There is a lot of talk about the game Monopoly Socialism from Hasbro. Leftists are upset and folks like me are delighted that the game pokes fun at Socialism, but let's forget that for a moment as a gamer and ask the basic questions one might ask about a game, namely. Is it playable? Is … Continue reading Monopoly Socialism, A Surprisingly Nuanced Game of Wits
Norway is stuck in the middle. Russia has been pushing more aggressively past Norway. Recently Russia canceled a polar Norwegian Cruise Line entry into Russian waters, forcing the cruise company to reimburse passengers only two weeks before the cruise. Russia also surged naval forces off the Norwegian coast in its "Ocean Shield" exercise, causing a … Continue reading Norway: stuck in the middle
Back in the days when I was a Democrat I was suspicious of Ronald Reagan. There were still anti-abortion Democrats pro-defense democrats who understood that Communism was as bad as Nazism or worse and that opposing it was a moral duty so I wasn't quite alone but when the whole concept of Star Wars came … Continue reading Trump Playing the Old Reagan Game with China
While I like very much the idea of buying Greenland particularly in the context of keeping China and Russia out I really think there is no percentage in the President canceling the meeting with the Danish Prime minister over her reaction to the suggestion. A lot of these country might not have a lot of … Continue reading A Rare Misstep , Tabib and Jon Sable, Puig’s visits their targets, Everybody (but one) Loses, No Wondermark Environmental Cup For you Meat Eaters Among the Poor! Under the Fedora
Every single time there is a mass shooting gun grabbers immediately flood news programs and social media with a great many myths, mistruths, and outright lies about guns and mass shootings. For this article I assembled a collection of quotes that bust the most outrageous myths I’ve encountered the past couple of weeks. I’ve included … Continue reading Busting some myths about mass shootings
My post on Canon Turner's 1st Mass got a lot of attention considering it wasn't instalanched and I wanted to make a point that might have been unclear. I have been to the Latin mass before just not a high mass of the type that was on display. Personally I think it would be healthy … Continue reading Under the Fedora Latin and English, Biden & History, NYT vs Alex Stephens, LGBTQ vs Legal Documents, Dick’s Vs Guns
The best thing about Wishing Someone Dead is you are Guaranteed that Eventually Your wish will come True DaTechGuy Proverb Every now and again I re-watch the election 2016 coverage from all the various networks, including the Canadian and British Networks. It is very instructive. Once they reached the stage of the night when they … Continue reading Remember the Nov 8th 2016 Stock Futures Story When the MSM Predicts A Recession for Election Day
As I get ready for the beginning of new school year, I’ve been pondering the Democrat suggestions for making public colleges tuition free and paying off student loans. Bernie Sanders’ proposal would make two- and four-year public and tribal colleges and universities tuition-free and debt-free. He also plans to erase the roughly $1.6 trillion in … Continue reading Free stuff in higher education
A few days ago I attended the 1st Mass of Canon Edward Turner of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest who was ordained in Rome on July 4th as a Catholic priest. The Mass was a solemn high mass of the 1962 rite held at St John the Guardian of our lady Parish at … Continue reading Trump, Election 2020 and The Optimism of a Latin Mass.
The son of the man whose father was the basis for Mario Puzo's Fredo Corleone in The Godfather is threatening to sue CNN anchor Chris Cuomo for defamation of character. "My father was a good man, an honorable man," said Salvatore Goomba, 69, of Jersey City, N.J. "That means he was nothing like Cuomo, who … Continue reading Son of real-life Fredo may sue Cuomo (Parody)
By: Pat Austin ARNAUDVILLE, LA – I’m not Catholic by faith, but this is the coolest thing I’ve seen lately. Just beautiful. Each year on August 15, Acadians participate in Fete-Dieu du Teche, which is “a 38-mile, all-day boat procession down the Bayou Teche that celebrates the arrival of the Acadians more than 250 years … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Fete Dieu du Teche
Jessie Cardiff: There it is- the game ball. All my life i've been waiting for this, it's it's a pocket hanger! The Twilight Zone: A Game of Pool 1961 Every now and again in a sporting event, in a board game or in a political race you get a situation that's a "gimme" an opening … Continue reading No 2020 Democrat Will Accept Beto’s Gift
If you are a Patriot's fan you probably like what you see after two games in the new rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham so far after two games. I predict that if he continues to do well we are going to hear the same nonsense about trading Tom Brady as we did in the past about … Continue reading Quick Thoughts Under the Fedora, Quarterbacks, Portland Antifa, Yes Minister, Stacy Women and Math is hard for Greta
There is much ado about President Trump offering to purchase Greenland, and the Danish government politely turning it down. Was it stupid to make the offer in the first place? It's not the first time the U.S. has offered to buy Greenland, which captured the interest of William Seward in 1867 and President Truman in … Continue reading Greenland? Why Not?
Ok so you're a football fan who's thinking, Hey Tom Brady's 41, he's lost Gronk Edelman is hurt and Brady has bunch of no names for targets. This is our best chance to finally get Brady out of the Superbowl and maybe even out of an AFC Championship game. And then you hear this... Josh … Continue reading Bad News for Patriot Haters Gordon’s Back