Premise The following is a light piece on a man. The dream of becoming a tap dancer. A white kid from West Virginia (via San Fran and Guam) who got the Big Apple bug, that is, the Great White Way bug to be a hoofer on Broadway. The man comes to me via my volunteer […]
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As I walk around my neighborhood of Astoria or in Manhattan or ride the subway, I’m in a perpetual state of astonishment and disappointment. New York City is virtually indistinguishable from 12 months ago at this exact time, e.g.: Long, socially-distanced lines (wrapped around the block) of double-masked folks waiting to become a useful statistic […]
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21WIRE | Thousands take to the streets to oppose a medical apartheid system designed to contain the new discriminated class known as the 'ungeimpft.'
Mises Institute President Jeff Deist and I had a rollicking discussion yesterday on H.L. Mencken. Here’s the summary from the Mises website: “HL Mencken is the writer you need to read immediately. He was savagely brilliant, caustic, and witty, but also prolific across genres in ways almost unthinkable of journalists today. His skill with the […]
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Here’s a round-up of some JPEGS with my quotes from the last year or so. Thanks to everyone who made these images – including Bryan Baucom, Tony Smith, Bob Smilie, Natalie Fawn Danelishen, Frank Monaco, Libquotes.com, and the various Internet quote sites. If you made one of these quote Jpegs and I neglected to include […]
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Kit Knightly If Kyle Rittenhouse didn’t break the law, we should change the law” This quote, from late-night TV host Stephen Colbert, is one of the more concerning reactions to Kyle Rittenhouse being found not guilty of murder. What law, precisely, Mr Colbert would see changed is never specified. The vagueness only makes the sentiment …
All we are saying is give peace a chance. —John Lennon How do you give thanks for freedoms that are constantly being eroded? How do you express gratitude for one’s safety when the perils posed by the American police state grow more treacherous by the day? How do you come together as a nation in […]
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Margaret Anna Alice A few hundred at the top, to plan and direct at every level; a few thousand to supervise and control (without a voice in policy) at every level; a few score thousand specialists (teachers, lawyers, journalists, scientists, artists, actors, athletes, and social workers) eager to serve or at least unwilling to pass …