This blog consists mostly of common sense responses to happenings (news articles, political events, etc) that just cry out for someone to say "WHOA! Hang on a second, here!" Too many people get away with just inventing their own facts as they bull-rush their way through an argument.

Unless you're dodging a taxicab or sidestepping a falling gargoyle, it's usually wise to take what time is available to evaluate and apply actual common sense. Good, old wisdom. It is, of course, my opinion, but I'll try to show why I think it's factual.
Thomas Paine said, "To argue with someone who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead." ... but I argue with drunks, egomaniacs, anti-gun Statists, Socialist/Keynesians and climate-fraud peddlers, too.

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Thursday, April 14, 2011


Here is a mix of scenes from the upcoming blockbuster "Atlas shrugged" with current headlines and recent assertions from the Left.  The book itself is a fictionalized but accurate portrait of how the weight of ever-growing unproductive governmental and welfare programs inevitably cause the productive components of society ("Atlas") to shrug off their burden, resulting in collapse of the unnatural structure.

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The movie opens Friday, 4-15-2011.  SophosArchaeus recommends it and that you call and (politely) demand that it be shown in your neighborhood theaters; make the concepts of reality available to more of your neighbors who languish under the smothering blanket of Leftist media.  Gather a group and see it with friends.

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