Back when I was posting about scantily clad cosplayers and tabletop role-playing games, I managed to post four times a day, but I usually didn’t say anything deep in any of those four posts.
Here are an assortment of links to current events. Again, I am not editorializing deeply, but I took the time to look at each source and verify that it was blog-worthy.
Military police in the USA:
Botched police “sting”:
USA military trains at home:
Rex 84 (this link was all right when posted, but has since been giving timeouts and network errors):
USA war criminals:
Ryan Crocker says: Remember the laws of unintended consequences; recognize the limits of U.S. capacity; and understand that a foreign power’s exit from a conflict can be as dangerous for the country as the original conflict.
Banks have done more injury to religion, morality, tranquillity, prosperity, and even wealth of the nation than they have done or ever will do good. … The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks. … And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies:
New lobbyists for high-priced influence peddling:
USA tries international Internet censorship:
USA flies drones at home:
Proxy war described by Pepe:
Ray McGovern warns of “fixed” intelligence:
When the government finds the people inconvenient, the government dissolves the old people and elects a new one:
USA woes on Pakistan border:
There are many wonderful manosphere, introsphere, whateversphere blogs that I would like to comment on.
But if I spend the time to leave a comment on each blog that I like, wordpress will lock up for about two minutes of loading time per comment. Until I get a faster Internet connection, that’s not a viable strategy. In the meantime, I can provide some links, and perhaps people will read the linked content.