Monthly Archives: January 2016
Pages 499 to 500, Witness, 1952, by Whittaker Chambers: …like most people who have substituted the habit of delusion for reality, they became hysterical whenever the root of their delusion was touched, and reacted with a violence that completely belied … Continue reading
After watching most of the full video of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee SR-253, December, 2015, I am thoroughly depressed; and I’m disappointed in Senator Cruz. He has, and had been repeatedly this year, affirming the 18-year “pause” in … Continue reading
I was watching the US Senate Committee hearings on Climate Science and the following is verbatim from Dr. Christy, January 25, 2016, hh:mm:ss==00:45:51: Even to become a Saint in the Catholic Church, you have to pass a contested, uh, trial … Continue reading
Within the Roosevelt Administration? According to Whittaker Chambers? From page 473 of Witness: Any charge of Communism enraged [liberals] precisely because they could not grasp the differences between themselves and those against whom it was made. Conscious of their own … Continue reading
In my two entries—one, two—on the “intellectual conscience”, I was not suggesting that the concept is analogous to the moral, ethical conscience. A person possess a sense of right and wrong with respect to the intellectual realm as well as … Continue reading
My life-long belief, a kind of truism of my own, was—and is—that there is something wrong with anyone who runs for President. This informed my decision-process in the sense that I needed to identify that thing—or things—within each candidate. I … Continue reading
Please see Battered Wife Syndrome: 25 years of the ClintonMachine This is a result of my attempts to explain people, “going blindly into a snowstorm”, that is, the sights and sounds of people’s support for Donald Trump.