Do you do uncertainty?

Yes, Media Are Rigging The Election Against Half The Country. Here’s How. Mollie Hemingway – “Will all this be enough for mass media to win the day? People will find out next week.” … “Once again, regardless of the outcome next week, Big Media is actively at war with half of the American people and are desperately working to rig an election against them. Here are just five ways they’re doing that.” … “ the half of the country that the media are rigging the game against can’t be happy about what they’ve seen this year. And nobody who cares about a free and functioning country should tolerate what they’ve done.”

Washington Post: Conservative Opinions Bigger Threat Than Russian Disinformation. Daniel Greenfield – “The invention of “disinformation” as a political crime and call for censorship has matured enough that the media can stop pretending it’s about the Russians. … The only way we can protect political debate is by suppressing it.”

Rod Dreher’s ‘Live Not By Lies’ Warns Of The New Totalitarianism. Cheryl Magness – “In his latest book, Dreher warns of the consequences of living in a post-Christian America and urges readers to suffer, if necessary, for the sake of upholding the truth.” … “This pervasive censorship of thought and opinion should deeply concern citizens of a supposedly free country.”

“There is good, practical advice here: cherish truth, but choose your battles; do your part to preserve cultural memory; don’t let the world rear your children for you; network with those who share your values; and make the family unit a starting point for accomplishing all these things. The Benedict Option has often been criticized as a call for Christians to withdraw into a monastic existence that shuns engagement with the world; I never saw that, and I don’t see it in Live Not By Lies, either. The message here is not to run away and hide but to stand up, and, if necessary, suffer for the sake of the truth.

How do people who seek to live in truth make good choices in a world that runs on lies? If that’s a question you care about, this book is worth your time.

Is America Going To Let The Party Of Riots, Re-education Camps, Coups, Intolerance And Segregation Win The White House Tuesday? I & I Editorial Board – “America can pick the soft tyranny, guaranteed to grow harder, of the Democrats, or stand athwart history, to borrow a phrase from William F. Buckley, and yell stop.”

The Next Populist Revolt. Matthew Continetti – “When officials tell businesses to close, they not only deny individuals who can’t work from home the opportunity to earn a living. They also impose social costs that much of the public is increasingly unwilling to bear.”

The Real Netanyahu (and Trump) Dilemma. Caroline Glick – “What is it about the Abraham Accords that makes the foreign policy “experts” so upset? … Three aspects of the deals really get their goat.” … “The real dilemma embittering the lives of the foreign policy elites is not whether to give the Nobel Peace Prize to men they hate. It is how to react to the peace these men have achieved.”

Roger Revelle – the backstory of the father of Atmospheric CO2 monitoring. Andy May – “To a scientist, like Roger Revelle, the uncertainty was obvious. Politicians, like Al Gore and most of the news media do not do uncertainty, everything must be black and white and false dichotomies are how they think” – Revelle is one of the old school post WW II earth science pioneers. The topic here is history and the clash between science and politics.

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