Public Prison Sex Education

Monday, January 20, 2014
Posted in category Public School Prisons

Imagine conflating “talking,” “hugging,” and “dancing” with “anal sex,” “grinding,” and “oral sex”? Oh – and that’s material for 13-year-olds. See what one parent in Kansas is fighting.

Question: how do people express sexual feelings? Answer: let the village tell ‘em how, after a committee of knuckle-dragging, school-board’ing dipsticks collectively assembles numerous charlatan studies supporting the notion that your children are to be gathered and herded like mindless androids into a program that teaches individual-personal intimacy like it is a reflex-based, beastly behavior. You teach your children to love and respect and set boundaries, and the schools teach them to “grind” and give BJs to strangers for peer acceptance.

Says robotic bureaucrat: “This curriculum aligns with national standards…”

If “it takes a village,” these are the village idiots that you want to be far, far away from your children. Oh shucks, I guess this must make me a “prude.”

Children are spending their childhoods locked up in compulsory educational prisons being bombarded with collective-egalitarian twaddle from a cluster of undereducated, over self-esteemed cyborgs masquerading as teachers with their paper certificates from MindWarp University.

No revolutionary spirit – of the soul and mind and heart – can ever emerge from such a tragic, collective, and mind-suppressing environment as today’s public schools.

“What If…”: Judge Napolitano

Monday, January 6, 2014
Posted in category Totalitarian Government

This classic from my favorite orator is worth watching again and again and again. Judge Andrew Napolitano on the rigged establishment and public opinion as a “manufactured narrative.” Except I do not think this particular segment is responsible for him being fired from FOX.

Celebrity Makeovers?

Monday, January 6, 2014
Posted in category Uncategorized

Good, Old-Fashioned, American Fear Mongering

Sunday, January 5, 2014
Posted in category Crisis & Fear Mongering

Yes, we are supposed to get up to a foot of snow today in SE Michigan, depending on what way the winds blow and what forecast you believe. Every time I see these stories about folks rushing to the stores in anticipation of a winter snow dump, I wonder … do people really not have food in the house to the point they feel the need to rush out and “stock up?” Of course not. People are conditioned to panic and follow the lead of others – everyone else is doing it, and they will follow. It makes the conformists feel as if they are a part of the collective, the pack. Generally speaking, the masses want to be on a leash, told what to do, and they don’t want to stray too far from the comfort zone established for them by the fear mongers in government and media.

On that note, I was in tears watching this video that someone plopped onto my Facebook page today.

Detroit Police Chief: “Good Americans Are Armed”

Friday, January 3, 2014
Posted in category Detroit

People carrying guns equals a reduction in crime. This comes from the new Detroit Chief of Police James Craig. For an urban Police Chief this is pretty radical stuff, and it’s a good start.

Does Anyone Pay Attention to What Obama Says?

Thursday, January 2, 2014
Posted in category Czars

Harry Binswanger is an old favorite of mine. As a young, radical 20-something, I tore into the delightful “Ayn Rand Lexicon” that was edited by Mr. Binswanger. For the sake of this blog post, I am not interested in all of the libertarian operatics surrounding Ayn Rand and Objectivism – after all, pre-Internet days, for many of us it began with Ayn Rand. I was never an Objectivist or a Randroid – but like so many freedomists my age, I began as a Randian.

Binswanger has put forth a clever article on Forbes; “Obama to Americans: You Don’t Deserve to be Free.” He has nicely deconstructed (and appropriately reconstructed) two paragraphs from ObamaLand, a place where fiction and historical cock-and-bull are the norm. Binswanger is not exaggerating when he calls the text of this speech “a remarkable document.” It’s astonishing to think that, for the most part, these statements went unchallenged in the general media. Here is a link to Obama’s speech in both video and transcript format.

Binswanger takes the simple approach and looks at the underlying fundamentals of markets vs government: “Capitalism means freedom. Government means force.” I will take a step back to explain how government equals force.

All government is necessarily established, administered, and influenced by politics. It is politics that controls all elections, governance, and where the achievement of power resides. Power is achieved only at the expense of others who are subjected to that power without having any choice to opt out of the regime’s rules and actions over enforcement. The political system, played out in the form of an oligarchical structure, props up an artificial entity known as the state, and it is the state that coerces individuals via its random decrees, institutions, and arbitrarily empowered packs of elites. Politics is thus necessarily defined as coercion. Coercion is force. Forcing someone to do something against their will is a crime. Your government is an institution of criminality.

Binswanger has shown how the propagandists in ObamaLand produce fuzzy-sounding, historical falsehoods and then proceed to tell us why that history didn’t work. Then comes the speech from His Majesty on how the government can right historical wrongs that never occurred. This gives rise to sanction for yet another layer of central planning, courtesy of our thieves writ large. But who in the audience has a clue about the lies, let alone the truth?

Ron Paul on Gallup “Most Admired” List

Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Posted in category Ron Paul

Obama. Hillary Clinton. Romney. Etc., etc. with the usual suspects. Oh – and then at the bottom of that list is the only admirable person on the entire list: Ron Paul.

Podcast With Heartland Institute: Businesspeople Starting to Make Motown Their Hometown

Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Posted in category Detroit

Here is the podcast I did with the Heartland Institute last week. Topic: “Businesspeople Starting to Make Motown Their Hometown.”

The Stuff We Eat in Our Meat

Sunday, December 29, 2013
Posted in category Food Politics

Mother Jones ran a piece this month, “5 Surprising Things We Feed Cows.” Sawdust, chicken shit, candy, crab guts, ground limestone. Two things to note that are wrong with this piece. First, it’s not “we” – it’s the industrial system propped up by subsidies and government dictates favorable to unsustainable, unhealthy, industrial farming practices. The second mistake is leaving out the fact that cows get fed dead cows that have been ground up. Michael Pollan wrote about this in the New York Times way back in 2002.

Of course the identical industrial logic — protein is protein — led to the feeding of rendered cow parts back to cows, a practice the F.D.A. banned in 1997 after scientists realized it was spreading mad-cow disease.

…Until mad-cow disease, remarkably few people in the cattle business, let alone the general public, comprehended the strange semicircular food chain that industrial agriculture had devised for cattle (and, in turn, for us). When I mentioned to Rich Blair that I’d been surprised to learn that cows were eating cows, he said, ”To tell the truth, it was kind of a shock to me too.”

Joel Salatin has also spoken about this often, except everything that he attempts to do outside of the industrial system, as a small grower, is illegal. The demand for grass-fed beef is increasing exponentially, and the market response is an upswing in suppliers who are stewards of the land.

The Amazing Camille Paglia

Saturday, December 28, 2013
Posted in category Feminism

Bari Weiss has a fantastic article up on the Wall Street Journal on one of my favorite people: “Camille Paglia: A Feminist Defense of Masculine Virtues.” This article is about all things Camille, from the societal neutering of males to upper-middle-class women being Pilates clones (love that comment) to her idolization of iconoclastic women who have been able to compete with men without castrating them.

Ms. Paglia argues that the softening of modern American society begins as early as kindergarten. “Primary-school education is a crock, basically. It’s oppressive to anyone with physical energy, especially guys,” she says, pointing to the most obvious example: the way many schools have cut recess. “They’re making a toxic environment for boys. Primary education does everything in its power to turn boys into neuters.”

…Politically correct, inadequate education, along with the decline of America’s brawny industrial base, leaves many men with “no models of manhood,” she says. “Masculinity is just becoming something that is imitated from the movies. There’s nothing left. There’s no room for anything manly right now.”

My favorite quote from the article: “Talking to her is like a mental CrossFit workout.”