The scales have a thumb on them

Cop or actor? It makes a difference before the bench. The chickens of the 60’s are coming home. The real insurrection is behind the curtain. Indoctrination and propaganda in flood.

Equal Justice? Contrasting Potter and Baldwin. John Green — “a powerful illustration of the missing element in our criminal justice system.  Prosecutors are granted broad discretion in who they charge, so that they may consider the totality of circumstances and provide something that the literal interpretation of laws can’t — justice.  But the Potter and Baldwin cases show just how far astray from that goal our systems have wandered.” … “Kim Potter is going to jail, and Alec Baldwin will probably be stumping for more gun control.  How’s that for justice?”

A Mistrust That’s Been Brewing For A Half-Century. Patrick Garry — “During the 1960s and 1970s, the political left waged an endless war on the alleged corruption of government and the leadership elite.  The 1960s political revolution preached mistrust of government and all governing establishments.”

The Real Insurrection: The BLM Riots. Jeffrey Lord — “What is particularly telling about the hysteria over January 6 is that infinitely worse riots took place across America in 2020 — a series of genuine and dcidedly violent insurrections in the name of Black Lives Matter — and there is nary an investigation in sight.” … “Much hysteria is about to roll out as January 6 of 2022 dawns. All of it is a reminder that the January 6 Committee is really a corrupt and massive abuse of power”

 

Corporate Media’s Jan. 6 Anniversary Coverage Is All About Silencing Republicans. John Daniel Davidson — “Equating the U.S. Capitol riot with GOP efforts to reform election laws is a way to avoid honest debate over the latter.”

When Government Uses The Private Sector As Agents Of Censorship. I & I Editorial Board — “we know Democrats are using private companies to censor speech they don’t like, and any discussion that threatens their plans to accumulate ever more political power. This is not America, more like Amerika.” … “This is chilling in a country that fought a bloody revolution, in part to be able to criticize those in authority and to speak freely without fear of being punished by government. But only to those who believe in free speech. The left is warmed to its cold bones by its ability to use the private sector to censor speech it doesn’t like, and words that threaten its lust for power.”

Joy Reid Show Tells Blatant Lie About the Death of Officer Brian Sicknick. Nick Arama — “We’ve seen Twitter seemingly jump at the chance to kick Republicans off of its platform for the excuse of “misinformation.” Yet, there’s a boatload of out-and-out lies that are pedaled by those on the left and in liberal media daily — and Twitter doesn’t seem to give a darn about those.” … “In the position that Reid is in with a show on a major news network, this is completely irresponsible to still be spreading this lie and needs to be corrected. I don’t hold out hope for it though”

Attainting Trump. Editorial of The New York Sun — “The Constitution forbids bills of attainder as “a general safeguard against legislative exercise of the judicial function,”

Jumpin’ On Youngkin. Scott Johnson — “As commenters continued to pile on, Goldberg did not take it well.”

GMOs A Tool Of Colonialism? Debunking A Popular ‘Social Justice’ Myth, Cameron English — “Some social justice activists alleged that Western companies use biotechnology to “colonize” the developing world. There isn’t a bit of evidence in support of this popular but very dangerous accusation.” … “nonsense dressed up in academic language. The simple fact is that we need to produce more food to feed more people, and technological innovation is an integral part of this effort—which is often led by scientists and farmers in developing countries. There is nothing “oppressive” about it.”

A five-step program to beat COVID. Greg Williams — “When bureaucrats can tell doctors how they must treat patients and give them no leeway to vary those treatment, then it is not the patient who is ill, it is the society that encourages such exercises in arrogance and coercion. One of the first things we need if pre-pandemic normality is ever to be restored is seeing doctors and patients chart their own, mutually agreed treatment pathways” … “Long after this pandemic has waned, a population that embraces good health practices, rather than looking for a silver bullet approach, will have great long-term benefits.”

Two brilliant doctors explain what’s really going on with COVID. Terry Paulding — “We’re being commanded to get used to a life proscribed by irrational mandates that weaken us in every sector.  It is my fervent hope that the Supreme Court ends this.  I have no faith in them after the election fiasco, but maybe they’ll surprise us all and do the right thing.”

Praise The Lord And Pass The Ivermectin. Joel S. Hirschhorn — “Hospitals have become killing machines, places where the kiss of death is a protocol following government guidelines.” … “published medical articles are ignored by the medical and public health establishments.”

Climate indoctrination inhibits people’s ability to use logic and reason. Jack Hellner — “Climate propaganda, relentlessly pushed by the media, is contradicted by facts, but that hasn’t stopped it or led to corrections.”

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