Channeling Elizabeth “Spreading Bull” Warren, the president’s latest message to Americans.
I think it’s just typical leftist projection, because I think a lot of Americans are justifiably thinking the same thing about him.
If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build it? Really? Tell it to Elon Musk.
Fight for your right.
The government has been a disaster for our health. And as he points out, it’s no coincidence that people who eat paleo tend to be libertarian. There’s a good reason for it.
Perhaps because they are. Our educational system is a disaster on all levels, and unfortunately, too many are happy and get well paid to keep it that way.
…with green energy bias:
Destroying the economic hopes of low income people in order to stoke the self esteem of entitled Boomers is not Via Meadia’s idea of progressive politics, but that just goes to show how backwards we are by the exalted moral standards of the California elites.
The destruction of California isn’t a victimless crime. Millions of low income California residents are trapped in decaying cities where, thanks in large part to narcissistic green unicorn chasers, the manufacturing base has withered away. And anything that blights California, blights us all. America and the world need California back on line; the Golden State has too much to offer for anyone to remain indifferent to its fate.
Unfortunately, for now, the lunatics continue to run the asylum in Sacramento.
…of the secular watermelons, with their green, anti-human religion. Some of them may be very nice people, but they’re the opposite of Linus Van Pelt: they like people — it’s humanity they can’t stand.
The IMAX movie is still going strong after thirty-six years. I first saw it at the Air and Space Museum thirty-four years ago.
The thirties were worse. But that’s inconvenient to the narrative.
A report on commercial progress with the Lunar X-Prize, over at Popular Mechanics.
Some thoughts from Sarah Hoyt on unicorns and free health care.
By the way, everyone has an accent, to someone’s ears.
How they became an endangered species. This is going to be a key factor this fall.