The capitalists will sell us the rope with which we will hang them,” said Vladimir Lenin. Today’s Russian leaders, in light of Hillary’s graft, could update the saying and give it an ironic twist: the socialists in America will sell us the materials with which we will bomb them.
That blatant quid pro quo — Hillary Clinton and her cronies in the Obama administration signed off on giving Russia 20 percent of America’s uranium production after her family foundation received millions from Russians in the uranium industry — cries out for a special investigation. Making the appearance of the sale even worse is that it is now known that the approval of it came at the very moment the Obama administration knew all about the Russian uranium industry’s bribery practices.
The one sport Canada utterly dominates: Corey Bellemore smashes beer mile world record again.
More. Thanks to the inimitable Steve T.
As Thomas Nagel once said, materialism is a vast limiting assumption about what is real, and whatever could be real. I bought a book by a famous professor, Robert Sapolsky, called Behave. (As you may have gathered, I read people with whom I do not agree). Sapolsky was speaking in an interview recorded in MacLean’s Magazine:
This feminist is out to get you.
Lisa Wade, a sociology professor at Occidental, published an essay for Public Books calling for people to “attack masculinity directly” to help the nation survive in the wake of President Trump, who she says perpetuates a “vile enactment of masculinity.”
According to liberal ideology, homosexuals deserve special privileges and elevated legal status because they are discriminated against for making a pageant of their perverse inclinations. Actually, the opposite is true — at least in women’s basketball:
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On being a man … and proud of it. For red-blooded males. Masculinity is back.
I am still having problems with WordPress, so that is why there was no blogging yesterday.
Today I am in Sopchyshyn Family Library at Newman Theological College, on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. It has lots of resources and a quiet place to work. I am hoping to get a lot done today.
Today the temp. is -10, so winter has arrived, as forecast. I hope it warms up a little bit next week so that I can go hunting.
So, were Mexicans the first to wear hoop earrings?