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Monday, December 19, 2016
Poland's 'Neo-Dark Age' (VIDEO)
I swear, it's not the end of the world.
But for leftists, everything's crashing down. Populism is the same as Nazism to them, and they can't handle it.
Our best bet would be to just crush the left, then we wouldn't have to entertain all the progressive sky-is-falling hand-wringing.
At WaPo, "In Poland, a window on what happens when populists come to power":
WARSAW #8212; The Law and Justice Party rode to power on a pledge to drain the swamp of Polish politics and roll back the legacy of the previous administration. One year later, its patriotic revolution, the party proclaims, has cleaned house and brought God and country back to Poland.
Opponents, however, see the birth of a neo-Dark Age #8212; one that, as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to move into the White House, is a harbinger of the power of populism to upend a Western society. In merely a year, critics say, the nationalists have transformed Poland into a surreal and insular place #8212; one where state-sponsored conspiracy theories and de facto propaganda distract the public as democracy erodes.
In the land of Law and Justice, anti-intellectualism is king. Polish scientists are aghast at proposed curriculum changes in a new education bill that would downplay evolution theory and climate change and add hours for #8220;patriotic #8221; history lessons. In a Facebook chat, a top equal rights official mused that Polish hotels should not be forced to provide service to black or gay customers. After the official stepped down for unrelated reasons, his successor rejected an international convention to combat violence against women because it appeared to argue against traditional gender roles.
Over the weekend, Warsaw convulsed in street protests amid allegations that the Law and Justice party had illegally forced through a budget bill even as it sought to restrict media access to Parliament.
Cheered on by religious conservatives, the new government has defunded public assistance for in vitro fertilization treatments. To draft new sexual-education classes in schools, it tapped a contraceptives opponent who argues that condom use increases the risk of cancer in women. The government is proffering a law that critics say could soon be used to limit opposition protests.
Yet nothing has shocked liberals more than this: After a year in power, Law and Justice is still by far the most popular political party in Poland. It rides atop opinion polls at roughly 36 percent #8212; more than double the popularity of the ousted Civic Platform party.
#8220;The people support us, #8221; boasted Adam Bielan, Law and Justice #8217;s deputy speaker of the Senate.
The party's a little hardcore for me, but like I said, it's not the end of the world. If at least a third of the voters support them, then in fact we're looking a democracy in action. Call me back when Auschwitz starts firing up the ovens again.
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Karen Dawisha, Putin's Kleptocracy
A timely suggestion for your winter holiday reading.
At Amazon, Karen Dawisha, Putin's Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?
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Sunday, December 18, 2016
Sorry Global Warming Alarmists, the Earth is Cooling
From Peter Ferrara, at Forbes (via Sarah Hoyt, at Instapundit):
Climate change itself is already in the process of definitively rebutting climate alarmists who think human use of fossil fuels is causing ultimately catastrophic global warming. That is because natural climate cycles have already turned from warming to cooling, global temperatures have already been declining for more than 10 years, and global temperatures will continue to decline for another two decades or more.
That is one of the most interesting conclusions to come out of the seventh International Climate Change Conference sponsored by the Heartland Institute, held last week in Chicago. I attended, and served as one of the speakers, talking about The Economic Implications of High Cost Energy...
Keep reading.
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Amber Lee's Cold Overnight Forecast
Very chilly when I woke up this morning.
I wrapped up with a blanket, put the coffee on, and pumped up the central heating, heh.
Here's the lovely Ms. Amber:
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William Julius Wilson, When Work Disappears [BUMPED]
Professor Wilson's work is increasingly in vogue. Lots of folks are citing it, from J.D. Vance to Katherine S. Newman and Hella Winston.
I have a copy of the book on my living room bookshelf.
Time to crack it out again!
At Amazon, William Julius Wilson, When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor.
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Hunting Gift Guide
Heh.
For the holidays, at Amazon, Hunting Gift Guide - Sports and Outdoors.
And check this, UTG 547 Law Enforcement Tactical Vest, Black.
More, UTG Ambi 24/7 Cross Body Shoulder Vital Sling Pack, Black.
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Russian Supermodel Anne V Remembers 7 Years with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit (VIDEO)
Now this is one Russian I can dig, heh.
Anne Sergeyevna Vyalitsyna for Sports Illustrated.
Indeed, she's been with the swimsuit issue for 10 years total, 2005 #8211;14.
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Alexa Chung LOVE Advent 2016 (VIDEO)
The latest installment, with Alexa Chung:
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'The Art of the Deal' Surging in Popularity Since Donald Trump's Election
Now a #1 Bestseller at Amazon, and among the Top 100 books.
See Donald Trump, Trump: The Art of the Deal.
Hat Tip: CNN.
Donald Trump is a best-selling author again. quot;The Art of the Deal quot; has skyrocketed in popularity since his election https://t.co/ML1yslDDcH pic.twitter.com/5ntiqkBHER mdash; CNN (@CNN) December 15, 2016
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If More Journalists Would Just Listen to Middle America...
Another great piece from Salena Zito, at the Washington Examiner, "Two things Democrats, and the media, should do to understand Trump":
Two things Democrats, and the media, should do to understand Trump https://t.co/S0Py1BGmTa by @SalenaZito pic.twitter.com/ewYlv5XGjd mdash; Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) December 18, 2016
NEW YORK #8212; The glass revolving doors of Trump Tower were doing what they have done every day since Donald Trump became the president-elect of the United States: briskly allowing a steady stream of mostly tourists from the interior of the country get a glimpse, sometimes longer, of the comings and goings of the man and his Cabinet members who will soon govern this country.
"The energy of the people who come just to stand behind the ropes is sort of unbelievable," said one of two New York City fireman charged with keeping an eye on things in the lobby of the building where the president-elect has been going about the business of putting his government together for his January inauguration.
"If you see Mr. Trump can you please tell him that the Murphys' from Minnesota wish him good luck and that we pray for him?" a gentleman told one of the police officers as he and his wife strolled past the elevators where Trump, his children, future Cabinet members, U.S. senators, members of Congress, business leaders, a former vice president and a rapper have all taken the golden elevators to the 26th floor.
Carlos, from Florida, a third-generation Hispanic American also wanted to pass on good wishes to the Trump family, as he lingered with his family in the lobby, "We saved up to come to New York for Christmas for the first time, I wanted my family to see the best city in America, first place we stop is here to maybe see the next president," he told an officer standing off to the left of the gold elevators.
"It's like that all day long," the fire chief said, adding, "To be honest I didn't know what to expect during the transition process, but honestly the well-wishers come from all over and really just want him to know they are behind him," he said.
It's not exactly the same reception that Trump is getting from those who opposed him, loathed him, still have not accepted that he has won the election and worse yet still have not understood why he won.
They have blamed Russian interference and James Comey's letter for Hillary Clinton's loss; yes the Russians have appeared to interfere and yes Comey's letter was damning to Clinton, but if we all had the ability to be honest with ourselves the DNC emails and the Comey hesitation only reinforced people's view of Clinton's character whether for or against her.
In short, if more journalists had spent time in Middle America, they would have understood that this election wasn't decided at the last moment...
Keep reading.
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I Sent Corrections to USA Today
I found errors at this piece:
#GOP electors targeted with $500K ad buy in final anti-#Trump push. https://t.co/Y0tTSDrKe4 mdash; Donald Douglas (@AmPowerBlog) December 18, 2016
I tweeted:
@HeidiPrzybyla They #39;re not quoting the Constitution. They #39;re quoting the Federalist. Also coalition is singular at first graf. @USATODAY mdash; Donald Douglas (@AmPowerBlog) December 18, 2016
USA Today revised the piece, correcting a statement about quoting the Constitution to quoting the Federalist Papers, but the first paragraph still has a problem with subject/verb agreement:
A coalition of outside groups seeking to pressure Republican members of the Electoral College to vote against Donald Trump are sinking half a million dollars into a final ad buy in all 50 states.
The "coalition" is the subject." The verb should be "is."
I tweeted again. We'll see if they correct the error.
@HeidiPrzybyla Still got subject verb (dis) agreement at the piece. The subject in first graf is the quot;coalition, quot; verb is quot;is. quot;@USATODAY mdash; Donald Douglas (@AmPowerBlog) December 19, 2016
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Video of Oklahoma Sooners Running Back Joe Mixon Punching Woman
At USA Today, "Video released of OU's Mixon punching woman."
He broke her jaw. She was on the floor for minutes.
A black athlete beating a white woman. You'd think you'd be hearing more about that angle as well, not just the violence against women. Violence against women is part of black hip hop culture, but to raise the point would "racist."
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Donald Trump Can End the War on Cops
It's Heather Mac Donald, at the Wall Street Journal.
And here's her awesome book, at Amazon, The War on Cops: How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe.
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Jonathan M. Ladd, Why Americans Hate the Media
At Amazon, Jonathan M. Ladd, Why Americans Hate the Media and How It Matters.
We should be seeing a raft of books like this in the years ahead. The mainstream media's collapsing.
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Deal of the Day: Up to 50% Off Kate Spade Handbags
At Amazon, Kate Spade Handbags.
And see, Kate Spade Cobble Hill Lacey Wallet, Black/Cement, One Size.
Also, Neato XV-21 Robotic Vacuum, Black (Certified Refurbished).
More, M*A*S*H: The Complete Series + Movie.
Plus, Shop Amazon Basics - Luggage.
Shop Books.
BONUS: Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton.
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Sunday Cartoons
At Flopping Aces, "Sunday Funnies." [Added: No "Sunday Funnies" posted over there today.]
Also, at Theo's, "Cartoon Roundup..."
Cartoon Credit: A.F. Branco.
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Sunday Rule 5
At the Other McCain, from last week, "Rule 5 Sunday: Maid of Meat."
Also, at 90 Miles from Tyranny, "Morning Mistress."
More, at Pirate's Cove, "Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup," and "If All You See #8230; #8230;is snow that kids will soon never see again at Christmas, you might just be a Warmist."
And at WWTDD, "Lea Michele Ass in a Swimsuit and Shit Around the Web."
At Drunken Stepfather, "STEPLINKS OF THE DAY."
At the Superficial, "Blake Lively #8217;s Awesome Breasts."
Still more, at the Hostages, "Big Boob Friday."
Knuckledraggin', "Now if Hillary had looked like that #8230;"
Theo's, "Irina Shayk Takes A Dip In Tahiti."
pic.twitter.com/54fnUMve7o mdash; Country Girls (@DownHomeGirls) December 13, 2016
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Democrats Accusing Donald Trump of Treason One Month Before He Takes Office
Like I said in my previous entry, we have a fake political system.
We also have a fake opposition party.
Here's Instapundit, with what should be fake news, "I REMEMBER WHEN TOSSING AROUND POLITICIZED CHARGES OF TREASON WAS BEYOND THE PALE OF DECENCY: Democrats already accusing Trump of #8220;treason #8221; a month before he takes office."
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Astonishing! Fifty-Two Percent of Republicans Say Donald Trump Won the Popular Vote
Basically meaningless headline at the Washington Post, "A new poll shows an astonishing 52% of Republicans incorrectly think Trump won the popular vote."
And that's at the Monkey Cage blog, which is run by political scientists, who of all people know that most Americans --- not just Republicans --- have in fact minimal knowledge of politics. That's why the 52 percent figure is in fact not "astonishing." BFD. A bare majority thinks Trump won the popular vote? A probably higher percent of Democrats thinks Hillary Clinton should be president, despite the fact that we don't use the popular vote. That's why you've got idiot leftists like Martin Sheen pushing these fake propaganda videos agitating for the Republican electors to reject Donald Trump in tomorrow's voting.
We have a fake political system at this point.
A new poll shows an astonishing 52% of Republicans incorrectly think Trump won the popular vote https://t.co/PyIHuOeVSH mdash; Monkey Cage (@monkeycageblog) December 18, 2016
I refuse to accept your premises, values, assumptions, facts or legitimacy. #caring mdash; Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) December 18, 2016
Liberals decided that truth was merely a bourgeois construct.Well, then we #39;re down that. #caring mdash; Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) December 18, 2016
Libs want to think the quot;52% or Republicans quot; meme means Republicans are dumb.What it really means is we refuse to play your game.#caring mdash; Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) December 18, 2016
Law, principles, facts ... the liberals have shown us none of those exist. Now they don #39;t.There is only power.Enjoy the world you made. pic.twitter.com/qHPozfU4YQ mdash; Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) December 18, 2016
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Saturday, December 17, 2016
'The First Cut is the Deepest'
So, I'm driving with my son the other day, coming home from the Obey warehouse sale in Irvine, and Sheryl Crow's "The First Cut is the Deepest" comes on the radio. My son laughed because I used to play the song all the time when the CD came out back in the day.
Turns out I've already blogged Cheryl Crow's video, "Try to Love Again..."
So here's a recent video from Rod Stewart, who also covered it:
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I Like 'CBS This Morning'. My Wife Likes 'Good Morning America'.
I love CBS This Morning. I post videos from the show quite a bit.
But my wife can't stand Gayle King, who stars on CBS along with Norah O'Donnell and Charlie Rose.
In turn, I can't stand "GMA." George Stephanopoulos is not a journalist. He's a Democrat political hack. And Lara Spencer has got to be the biggest airhead on daytime television. She's like a grown forty-something year-old woman who comes off like she's still a giggly teenager. I can't stand her.
Well, "GMA's" coming under some tough competition, apparently.
See the Los Angeles Times, "Morning TV wars heat up as NBC and CBS gain on ABC's 'GMA'."
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Christmas Wish List Featuring Lindsey Pelas
Heh.
Yes, she should be on the top of any wish list, heh.
At Egotastic!, "Santa, My Christmas Wish List Must Include Lindsey Pelas!"
Hat Tip: WWTDD, "Lindsey Pelas Mighty Ta-Tas and Shit Around the Web."
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'Hate Spaces'
This is the kind of major post you don't see on blogs that much anymore.
From Miriam Elman, at Legal Insurrection, "Hate Spaces: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus (Film Review)":
What #8217;s happening to Jewish and pro-Israel students on many American universities and colleges from coast to coast is horribly ugly. On #8220;hotspot campuses #8221; the problem is only getting worse.
#8220;Hate Spaces: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus #8221;, a new 70 minute documentary recently released by the organization Americans for Peace and Tolerance, chronicles the rampant anti-Israel and anti-Jewish activism prevalent on many of America #8217;s institutions of higher learning.
We featured the film #8217;s trailer in a recent post and the movie premiered in NYC on November 30.
Last week, I had the opportunity to watch the film in its entirely. In this follow-up post, I review the documentary #8217;s central themes and take-home messages.
A 10 minute clip prepared by executive producer, director and writer Avi Goldwasser for our use in this post is included below. Also included below is a statement from him exclusive for "Legal Insurrection."
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Never Heard of Sam Kriss, But His Takedown of the Left's 'Russia Hacked the Election and Gave Us Donald Trump' Meme is the Best
I really don't get where the "game theory" part is coming in here, which is apparently what this dude Eric Garland, who went on a Twitter rant about Russian meddling in the election, argued.
But the response from this Sam Kriss dude is the best ever:
It #8217;s possible that the Democratic National Committee leaks were caused by Russian hackers #8212;but given that the hack took place thanks to John Podesta clicking on a link in a phishing email, displaying all the technological savvy of someone #8217;s aunt extremely excited by the new iPhone she thinks she #8217;s won, it could have been anyone. The #8220;leaked #8221; CIA concerns over Russian meddling were quite clearly leaked deliberately by the CIA itself, an organization not exactly famed for its commitment to the truth; they #8217;re the conclusions of an investigation that hasn #8217;t even happened yet and on which there #8217;s no consensus even among the gang of petty Caligulas that calls itself the intelligence community. Still, it #8217;s possible. Countries sometimes try to exert influence in each other #8217;s internal affairs; it #8217;s part of great-power politics, and it #8217;s been happening for a very long time. When Americans meddled in Russia #8217;s elections, it was by securing victory for Boris Yeltsin, Russia #8217;s very own Donald Trump, a man who had sent in tanks to shell his own parliament. Leaked cables suggest that Hillary Clinton #8217;s own State Department interfered with the political process in Haiti by suppressing a rise in the minimum wage. And American involvement in the politics of Chile, Guatemala, Indonesia, and Iran was mostly through military coups, sponsored by none other than the CIA. There was no question of these countries repeating their elections; anyone the generals didn #8217;t like was tortured to death. Next to the mountain of corpses produced by America #8217;s history of fixing foreign elections, a few hacked emails are entirely insignificant.
Whatever Russia did or didn #8217;t do, the idea that its interference is what cost Hillary Clinton the election is utterly ludicrous and absolutely false. What cost Hillary Clinton the election can be summed up by a single line from Sen. Chuck Schumer, soon to be the country #8217;s highest-ranking Democrat: #8220;For every blue-collar Democrat we lose in western Pennsylvania, we will pick up two moderate Republicans in the suburbs in Philadelphia, and you can repeat that in Ohio and Illinois and Wisconsin. #8221; As it turned out, he was fatally wrong. It wasn #8217;t the Russians who told the Democratic Party to abandon the working-class people of all races who used to form its electoral base. It wasn #8217;t the Russians who decided to run a presidential campaign that offered people nothing but blackmail #8212; #8220;vote for us or Dangerous Donald wins. #8221; The Russians didn #8217;t come up with awful tin-eared catchphrases like #8220;I #8217;m with her #8221; or #8220;America is already great. #8221; The Russians never ordered the DNC to run one of the most widely despised people in the country, simply because she thought it was her turn. The Democrats did that all by themselves.
What the Russia obsession represents is a massive ethical failure on the part of American liberals. People really will suffer under President Trump #8212;women, queer people, Muslims, poor people of every stripe. But so many in the centrist establishment don #8217;t seem to care. They #8217;re far too busy weaving themselves into intricate geopolitical power plays that don #8217;t really exist, searching for a narrative that exonerates them from having let this happen, to do anything like real political work. They won #8217;t accept that Trumpism is America, in all its blood-splattered horror #8212;that the dry civics lesson of a democracy they love so much is capable of creating a monster. Decades of neoliberal policy disenfranchised people to the extent that Donald Trump could look like a savior; far better to just hide your bad conscience somewhere far away in Eastern Europe. It wasn #8217;t us, it wasn #8217;t our country, we were all duped by Putin. And if this means falling into reactionary paranoia, screaming red-faced about traitors and spies, slobbering embarrassingly over the incoherent rants of any two-bit con artist whose name isn #8217;t Donald Trump #8212;so be it. None of this will help anyone or achieve anything, but that #8217;s not the point. And then, at the end, with nothing solved, they shrug at us like Eric Garland #8217;s imagined game-theory version of Hillary Clinton. Jesus, what can you do?
Jeez, that wasn't hard, now was it?
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Chrissy Teigen LOVE Advent 2016 (VIDEO)
Keeping the LOVE series alive, with Chrissy Teigen:
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This looks excellent, particularly in that Richard Haass is no hard-right neocon.
He's an establishment centrist.
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Is North Carolina a Sign for What #8217;s Coming in Politics?
At Instapundit, "THE HORROR IS REPUBLICANS TREATING THEIR OPPONENTS LIKE DEMOCRATS DO."
North Carolina Republicans are moving to strip powers from Governor-elect Roy Cooper.
The background is here, at the Charlotte Observer, "Cooper pushes back against legislature #8217;s move to limit his powers: Legislative Republicans clashed fiercely with Democratic Gov.-elect Roy Cooper Thursday as the House and Senate voted to sharply limit his appointment powers #8211; and Cooper vowed to sue them.
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