Pumping Iron

Hopefully this didn’t involve curls.

A man in Germany… Worms to be exact got his schwanstucher stuck in a weight plate. Story at the link above…

Saturday Open Thread

Albert Einstein and his daughter become citizens of the United States rather than return to Germany under Hitler. October 1, 1940. pic.twitter.com/injLIx5MQs

— History In Pictures (@HistoryInPix) September 8, 2017

Friday Open Thread 

H/t Bill Whittle

Chris Cornell Showed Us The Correct Response To Hate Groups

With Antifa and other radical left-wing groups running wild in the streets, rioting and assaulting people, their fellow leftists in the media, academia, etc. have been justifying their actions by calling their opponents “hateful”, and thus the rioters are “fighting hate”. Of course, this is not even close to approaching reality: by a conservative […]

How To Succeed In Tech Without Really Trying

One of the feminist Left’s favorite pet issues is the gender gap in the tech sector. The gap exists, all right – women comprise only 24% of the tech industry and are expected to be even less in the future. The question is, why? The liberal narrative is as follows: there is widespread bias […]

Ode To The New Brownshirts

YouTuber Chris Ray Gun perfectly sums up violent leftists and their “punch a Nazi” obsession with this video, part of his Social Justice: The Musical series. Enjoy:

You can see the other videos in the series (which are all worth checking out) here.

How A Danish Drama Explains The Left's Nazi Obsession

Though not widely seen in its release outside of film festivals and art houses, Thomas Vinterberg’s drama The Hunt is arguably the best film to come out of Europe in the last few years. It was nominated for an Oscar and is building a following on DVD/streaming, and is currently #104 on IMDB’s list […]

When Did you First See the Matrix?

Ace had an interesting question for his readers that could be fun to duplicate here:

When did you begin to suspect that the people in charge of the government and the media were dumb, ignorant, and sometimes actually deranged, and what confirmed it for you? What were your feelings about this? That is, was […]

Statue of Limitations

You may recall that the protests in Charlottesville over the weekend (which turned violent after left-wing counter-protesters attacked the ugly but peaceful assembly) were sparked in protest of a Confederate statue being torn down. Apparently not content to let the blood dry on this tragedy, and fulfilling Vox Populi’s ironclad rule that SJWs always […]

Rocky Mountain High

One of the reasons I’m a big supporter of federalism is that it allows individual states to try out new policies, and the rest of us can stand back and gauge the results to see how well they work. (The effect of this is negated somewhat by the fact that liberals tend to force […]