Yet another guest post by the Zman via www.thezman.com, complements of Unequivocal
George Will has thrown down his pacifier and stomped off in a huff, breaking with the Republican Party and officially becoming un-enrolled. Of course, Will lives in Washington DC so being a Republican was pointless in the extreme. The GOP rarely fields local candidates in the District and they don’t get to vote in national elections, except for President. The last Republican to hold office in DC was Mathew Emory in 1870. His office was abolished the following year. Being a Republican in Washington DC is an entirely symbolic act.
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Democrats have run Baltimore for 65 of the last 69 years and solely since 1967. The creator of this bench must have a great sense of humor. The inhabitants of Baltimore have no respect for themselves or their city. This is the result.
Guest post by the Zman of www.thezman.com
I don’t know why the Zman does not get a wider audience. He is regularly linked on Western Rifle Shooters Association, but I have not seen him anywhere else.
I’ve become aware of the term “Holocaustianity” of late. It’s one of those things that I probably saw and skipped past, not bothering to register it in any way. I’ve never found the Holocaust and WW2 to be very interesting. In the long run, it will fall in importance well behind the Great War and many other wars further back in time. It’s significance to us is due to recency bias and the fact there are still people who lived it.
Anyway, I saw someone use the term “Holocaustianity” on twitter and the responses reminded me of something I saw on Vox Day a while back. That post on the alt-right makes the point that no one under 40 years of age cares about the deification of the Holocaust. This may be true, I have no way of knowing, but it sounds plausible. World War II ended 70 years ago. Most young people have never met someone who was alive during that time.
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Guest Post by Karl Denninger
Trigger had a different meaning.
Via Lonely Libertarian