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A ray of hope from the grassroots

Infidel753, A ray of hope from the grassroots, Infidel753 Blog Mid-December commentary by Infidel753 as taken from his site as known by the same title. Much of the intensity of political polarization in the US comes from a strangely mirror-image-like pair of personal-freedom issues — abortion rights and gun rights.  In each case one side, or rather its most militant exponents, is grimly determined to attack and destroy what the other side...

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Political realities and dangerous delusions

In keeping with the runup to the election next year, I will post some views making some sense out of of what is taking place. Infidel takes a look at how Democrats views are being seen as extreme or even more extreme the Republicans by the stances they are taking. People are beginning to see Republicans in a different light. Infidel753, Political realities and dangerous delusions, Infidel753 Blog Somebody’s got to say it.  The far-left...

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Don’t worry about the polls — yet

Infidel753, Don’t worry about the polls — yet, Infidel753 Blog I’ve previously discussed (scroll down a bit) why disagreeable poll results about next year’s election are not grounds for despair about the likely outcome.  In brief, while polling averages are usually a good indicator of what the public is thinking at a given moment, they don’t have much predictive value this far in advance of the election. As I mentioned in that post, given the...

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Viruses of the mind

Guess post as written by Infidel753 and taken from his Blog of the same name. Infidel753: Viruses of the mind, Infidel753 Blog Viruses are the simplest of all living things.  Indeed, it’s questionable whether they should be considered “living” at all.  A virus does not eat, breathe, digest, or perform any other of the organic functions of such true organisms as animals, plants, or bacteria.  It consists of a string of DNA (or, in the case of...

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Cultural dinosaurs and creative exhaustion

Infidel talks about the costly flops by the movie making behemoth executives and brought to us at our nearby Big Screen theater only to be disappointed and bored whichever comes first. Hopefully, there is good buttered popcorn . . . Infidel753: Cultural dinosaurs and creative exhaustion, Infidel753 Blog It’s no secret that American movies are in the doldrums.  By a recent estimate, all of Disney’s last eight big films flopped, losing a total...

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Prosecuting Trump — a caveat

Infidel753, Prosecuting Trump — a caveat, Infidel753 Blog. Just two weeks early . . . It’s starting to look as if Trump may be indicted fairly soon, an event much of the left has been impatient to see for some time (what I myself most wanted was to simply never hear another word about him, but it’s clear that the reality we live in is not going to grant that wish for the foreseeable future).  The case coming to a head is the Stormy Daniels...

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Prosecuting Trump — a caveat,

Infidel753, “Prosecuting Trump — a caveat,” Infidel753 Blog It’s starting to look as if Trump may be indicted fairly soon, an event much of the left has been impatient to see for some time (what I myself most wanted was to simply never hear another word about him, but it’s clear that the reality we live in is not going to grant that wish for the foreseeable future).  The case coming to a head is the Stormy Daniels hush payment, but...

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Infidel753: “What the NRA gets right — and wrong”

Introduction: Each time there is a mass shooting, Angry Bear will take a stance on the issue. A stance which many will not like. Angry Bear is tolerant of opposing views to a point. For the record, I am an XMarine Sergeant who was an Expert with a straight-out-of-the-armory stock M14. I grew up shooting various weapons. Last week, we featured Annieasksyou. Today, Angry Bear is featuring Infidel753 and his take on schools being made safer....

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No complacency after the election

Infidel753: No complacency after the election Democrats have every right to celebrate the results of this month’s election.  The red wave fizzled out.  The Republicans took the House majority by only a tiny margin, which will be rendered unworkable by their own flaming-nutball fringe.  Democrats held the Senate and will probably get to 51-49 after the Georgia runoff.  Election denialists lost almost every race, and except in Arizona, there has...

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Putin’s war comes home

Infidel753, Putin’s war comes home. For most of the duration of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the majority of Russians have either supported the aggression or at least not objected too energetically.  The war did not affect them much, except insofar as Western sanctions did.  That is now changing, thanks to Putin’s ill-advised and stunningly incompetent mass mobilization. Authorities are now simply grabbing men more or less at random off the...

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