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As he so often does, Dennis Praeger asks an inconvenient question: IF HALF THE VIRUS DEATHS WERE ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 21, 2020:
The real question: If half the virus deaths were in New York and Montana were in charge, would New York lock down.
The Portal, Ep.
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 19, 2020:
I have a question why do people think nonbinary and trans are their separate genders when I thought ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 19, 2020:
Transgender means "denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex." That gender could be on the binary or nonbinary. Moreover, a person who is transgender may or may not want being transgender to be part of their identity--they might just want to be accepted as they see themselves. Also, an intersex person may or may not be any of the former.
Guns are the ONLY issue.
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 18, 2020:
If I concede your premise, where does that gun-trust come from? The state which has a monopoly on violence, or gun anarchy?
London Real - Don't Believe Everything You Are Told: How To Burst The Bubble []
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 18, 2020:
But do believe in lizard people!
Well paid CNN journos Jim Acosta, Wolf Blitzer fret over Trump 'stoking unrest' with jobless ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 18, 2020:
Jobless? They're small business owners who are part of Betsy Devos's tea party-esque groups and are upset about not being able to get their boat on the water and use their football season tickets.
The Rise of Karen-ism Means This Lockdown Nonsense Needs To End Soon []
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 15, 2020:
Oh the irony of a conservative scold calling out Karens.
This documentary from Epoch Times puts to bed for all time the myth of the Wuhan wet market as a ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 14, 2020:
The Epoch Times is the propaganda arm of the Falun Gong. Not surprising that they would make false claims about China.
Just when you thought fake news couldn't get any worse: "This guy died twice"
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 14, 2020:
It's the same person and the same story.
If There's No 'Q', There's Only YOU (What if QAnon isn't real?) - YouTube
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 13, 2020:
There is another... Trueanon.
Is there a religion that is regarded as deism?
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 13, 2020:
I think the Unitarian Universalists have carried forward some of those ideas. The description you provided evokes the watchmaker analogy, which I learned about when visiting the home of the American founding father (and deist author) Ethan Allen in Vermont.
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 10, 2020:
Do this for the Republican convention too! Or allow guns, that would be interesting too.
How many genders? Watch to conclusion😂[]
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 9, 2020:
Is that what a MAGAsexual looks like?
"People that don't have their own houses in order should be very careful before they go out ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 9, 2020:
Maybe he should take his own advice!
How must it feel to be AOC, or Bernie Sanders, to have pushed relentlessly for government giveaways ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 8, 2020:
Do you need a shoehorn for those talking points?
The Culture War that started in the 1960s has morphed into a new phase, where the left/right axis ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 8, 2020:
It's almost like it's a distraction...
WA leftists now want guns, shocked laws apply to them- [thelibertarianrepublic.
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 7, 2020:
Hmm... vote for the state to use guns against minorities or vote for basic gun regulations...
Pharma-Funded Group Tied to a Top Trump Donor Is Promoting Malaria Drug to the President – Sludge
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 7, 2020:
Related: "Trump Has ‘Financial Interest’ in Hydroxychloroquine Manufacturer"
Sure feels like it!
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 6, 2020:
Definitely not capitalism that led to this crisis!
Me: I'm a lefty and a feminist! Also me: I love watching Steven Crowder videos.
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 5, 2020:
This one's the best.
Is coronavirus an accident that happened in China?
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 5, 2020:
Anyone else make the same observation?
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 4, 2020:
While there are a lot of people of color endangering their health for the greater good by delivering packages, working at grocery stores, and working in hospitals, some striking with support from socialists, I have not seen any Proud Boys or Blue Lives Matter setting up temporary hospitals or volunteering for anything.
With the leader of the Philippines telling his police and military to shoot and kill people who ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 4, 2020:
Trump does admire Duterte.
Mission: Cloward–Piven Strategy Status: Accomplished Grade: A+ Extra credit for quantity ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 3, 2020:
Why Joe Biden tho.
I’ve tried to avoid the politics of Covid.
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 3, 2020:
This is the politics of purity gone mad.
I’ve tried to avoid the politics of Covid.
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 3, 2020:
I'm sure that will go as well as Afghanistan and Iraq.
Some good news!!! ".
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 2, 2020:
Thank god, gas was getting too cheap!
Wow this looks steep! I think it's the SJWs / libs to blame with their open border obsessions.
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 2, 2020:
Also not great.
How the Democratic candidates plan to win your vote
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 2, 2020:
Accurate. Because of negative partisanship, the second one should work, through mobilization, not persuasion. Though COVID-19 may complicate things.
Jesus never laughed. At least not in the canon. Why is that?
WilyRickWiles comments on Apr 1, 2020:
Neither has Donald Trump. Coincidence?
Learn to what?
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 31, 2020:
It would be better to teach students in K-12 how power works, the relative statuses of different careers, and the histories of labor unions, professionalization, and higher education. Then they could understand which doors are open to them regardless of their merit and figure out how to obtain the credentials they need. Beyond that, the most important skill in business is the ability to think analytically and have some way of applying and communicating such thoughts.
Trump has shown us he will not be the answer to our problems in their country, and especially our ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 31, 2020:
If you want third parties to be viable, advocate for ranked choice voting.
I venture into conspiracy territory perhaps more often than some, but I’ve been reluctant to join ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 30, 2020:
Oh hydroxychloroquine is being researched--with Gates Foundation funding no less--and the FDA issued an emergency authorization for its use in treating COVID-19, but it's otherwise untested and can have nasty side effects. Trump is a gossip and a bullshit artist, not a medical expert.
If you could censor the lies about Trump, would you?
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 30, 2020:
What lies?
One of Covid-19's silver linings is that it puts the pettiness of the "Social Justice" movement in ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 30, 2020:
You can prepare by being above and putting out of mind the pettiness of others who have equal or more power than you, and by being curious and compassionate when you are challenged by someone with less power than you. EDIT: And if you have some relevant expertise or experience with which to educate the latter, you can do that too.
Hello and Is the Left Trying to Kill Us?
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 30, 2020:
Soon America and Canada will be Saudi Arabia in the West
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 29, 2020:
Soon America and Canada will be Saudi Arabia in the West
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 29, 2020:
No they won't.
Allegations that Joe Biden sexually attacked a young staffer may be a sign the Democrat ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 27, 2020:
It's not the establishment putting the story out--it's the left.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 26, 2020:
Whites Have Rights: It's Time to Get Serious About Secession | Videos |
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 26, 2020:
Who is oppressing you, white?
Instead of kvetching that dems made the corona bill political, how come repubs don’t make it ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 25, 2020:
Sadly the average Democrat still thinks that too.
Donald Trump asserted that this experience has shown the importance of borders, and keeping our ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 24, 2020:
Pandering. He has no intention of doing anything to unwind the globalization of supply chains. Also, his approval rating is not at 60%--it's in the 40s--but a majority currently approves of his handling of the COVID19 pandemic.
Ted Cruz explodes on Democrat Senators and media for blocking Coronavirus bailout bill.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 23, 2020:
What do you know, the Democrats showed backbone for once. Poor Ted probably had some long bets in the stock market...
Politics U.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 22, 2020:
It was a slush fund for corporations without the needed terms and assistance for workers and small businesses.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has tested positive for Covid-19.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 22, 2020:
And he worked out in the Senate gym while waiting for the results.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 22, 2020:
It's the lizard people!
Senator Tom Cotton has a plan to take pharmaceutical manufacturing back from China.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 21, 2020:
Another proposal fronm "Government becomes Big Pharma. Steph Sterling is vice president of advocacy and policy at the Roosevelt Institute, and co-author of the forthcoming paper “In the Public Interest: Democratizing Medicines through Public Ownership.” The coronavirus has laid bare the failures of our costly, inefficient, market-based system for developing, researching and manufacturing medicines and vaccines. COVID-19 is one of several coronavirus outbreaks we have seen over the past 20 years, yet the logic of our current system—a range of costly government incentives intended to stimulate private-sector development—has resulted in the 18-month window we now anticipate before widespread vaccine availability. Private pharmaceutical firms simply will not prioritize a vaccine or other countermeasure for a future public health emergency until its profitability is assured, and that is far too late to prevent mass disruption. The reality of fragile supply chains for active pharmaceutical ingredients coupled with public outrage over patent abuses that limit the availability of new treatments has led to an emerging, bipartisan consensus that the public sector must take far more active and direct responsibility for the development and manufacture of medicines. That more efficient, far more resilient government approach will replace our failed, 40-year experiment with market-based incentives to meet essential health needs."
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 20, 2020:
Which cities are crumbling?
This guy managed to experience and put together the story of the modern reactionary movement.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 20, 2020:
At least he can admit that he's a reactionary.
Military Convoy headed towards Chicago [youtube.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 20, 2020:
Thanks to capitalism, grocery shelves keep getting restocked during emergencies- ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 19, 2020:
Lol. I love how capitalism is never at fault for it's failures. Shortages that actually require temporary central planning to solve: "a taste of socialism."
Hard times make strong men.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 19, 2020:
OK boomer.
Trump's answer when asked why he calls it the Chinese virus: ' because it comes from China'.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 18, 2020:
Do you think we should punish China because it's the source of the virus, like Tom Cotton suggests?
Premarket stocks: This market crash is even crazier than 1929 [msn.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 18, 2020:
There were some comorbidities: 1. The inevitable long term flattening and inversion of the yield curve accompanied by secular stagnation, 2. A corporate debt bubble, 3. A collapsing fracking industry exacerbated by an OPEC supply surge, 4. Low liquidity in the repo market.
Looks like the smoking "gun" bioweapon has been traced back to the origin. []
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 17, 2020:
West Virginia has no cases of Coronavirus.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 17, 2020:
No cases or no data?
Of course it’s better to call this the China Virus or the Wuhan Virus as opposed to the ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 17, 2020:
How about the Trump virus?
Coronavirus Outbreak 2020
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 17, 2020:
I know several people who have the symptoms but are unable to be tested.
Tucker Carlson was correct the money supply must be kept consistent.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 16, 2020:
They've been doing it since 2008 with no trouble. The entire developed world is suffering from stagnation due to an aging population. The US has suffered less because of immigration and superpower status (diverse economy, powerful military, and reserve currency). Quantitative easing and fiscal policy have stimulated some demand, warding off stagnation, and if anything have protected us from deflation like Japan has suffered from. I wouldn't be worried about stagflation, especially in the absence of a supply shock in raw materials (not money). The coronavirus pandemic and OPEC policy are causing a decrease in demand at the same time that there is an increase in supply. Deficit spending remains low as a percentage of GDP, taxes remain low, and QE doesn't really get money into the real economy. Banks still need to make loans and employers still need to raise wages. If there is to be a real direct stimulus in the short-term, it's likely to pass through to grocery stores and landlords rather than generate any serious demand.
Corona Virus a Cover up for Mass Arrests? []
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 16, 2020:
Do you really think QAnon conspiracy theory grifters like Liz are the best source for pandemic information?
Welcome to Home Made Socialism. Folks YOU DID IT YOURSELF Do you still want to Vote Democrat ?
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 14, 2020:
One of my Instagram folks I follow, Red Pilled America, made a comment to the effect of "Maybe the ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 14, 2020:
Lol, even when capitalism causes shortages socialism is somehow to blame.
[] Stephen King's writing team is all old, white and male.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 14, 2020:
I'm sure they're the most qualified... they are right?
The time for commentary, speculation and criticism is over.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 13, 2020:
They seem to be a bit busy.
DNC campaign ad?
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 12, 2020:
Boomers, amirite?
Thoughts on this?
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 9, 2020:
If no one "asked" for them, surely they would not spend the money to make such voluntary accessories.
Socrates In The City presents Peter Thiel Eric Metaxas does an epic interview of Peter Thiel.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 3, 2020:
One of the worst people in the world.
As key endorsements flow to Biden, Trump says Dems are 'staging a coup against Bernie'.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 2, 2020:
It's unfortunate that 99% of ideological diversity is only welcome in the Democratic Party. Please take Pete and Bloomberg from us. You can even have Biden if you want!
Dennis Prager makes worlds of sense, which is why the Left hates and fears him.
WilyRickWiles comments on Mar 2, 2020:
"Common sense," a.k.a. someone confirming your biases.
Why The Left Lacks Logic The political and economic left do not just create error, it is not just ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 29, 2020:
The source of the initial Corona virus is being questioned. []
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 29, 2020:
This is really irresponsible disinformation, even for you.
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 28, 2020:
Seems like the plan is a gag order for public health officials.
Is Pence's job to cover up the severity of the coronavirus pandemic like he did HIV and lead in the ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 28, 2020:
Something like this, perhaps?
NOTHING About Immigration In Democratic Debate, Because They're All Agreed On Opening The Floodgates...
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 27, 2020:
Nice white nationalist link!
Ana Navarro-Cárdenas on Twitter: "I was born in Nicaragua.
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 27, 2020:
Do you remember the Contras?
Bernie goes down and so will AOC! Geller Report: Democrats try to stop Sanders’ momentum in ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 27, 2020:
Sadly the Democratic Party is the venue for 99% of political disagreement these days. Would be nice if the Republicans could take Bloomberg, Buttigieg, and Biden from us!
Protect ya tings
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 27, 2020:
Are you one of those guys who lives in a rural area and thinks Black Lives Matter is coming to take your stuff and rape your wife?
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 26, 2020:
Is the Democratic party gone?
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 23, 2020:
Aww you're just jealous that the people actually still have some say over what goes on in our party. Unlike Republicans, we don't like it when billionaires tell us how to think (like this TPUSA advertisement).
[] Commie crap
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 21, 2020:
From my vantage point, Ash Sarkar is pretty great. Sadly she seems to be under siege from all sides post-election.
Jordan Peterson's ideas matter, not his addiction- []
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 20, 2020:
Sadly his ideas prevent him from admitting that he has an addiction and pursuing appropriate treatment.
Fear Factor The hidden dynamic that’s transformed our politics—and will loom large in the ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 20, 2020:
Continued: ...journey ahead of them. The youngest cohort of voters (under 24) have poor turnout rates. Voters in this age bracket averaged just a 43 percent turnout rate between 1976 and 2016, compared to the 65 percent turnout rate of voters over age 25 and the nearly 80 percent turnout rate of the oldest cohort. Indeed, turnout remains relatively low for all voters under 40. The population pyramid and the voting population pyramid have in many ways become inverted. This is what’s allowed silent voters and boomer voters to make up the majority of the electorate, even though they represent a smaller portion of the country’s overall population. All told, there are 160 million prospective millennial and Gen Z voters out there; they represent a reservoir of potential Democratic voters who, as a simple question of math, must inevitably overtake the aging, white, and conservative one. But this wishful liberal talking point has consistently failed to account for the strong patterns of political behavior within each voting demographic. In their rosy 2002 prediction of inevitable Democratic dominance, for example, Ruy Teixeira and John B. Judis overlooked pervasively low voter turnout rates within the Democrats’ modern coalition of lower-income, minority, and younger voters. While Republican turnout proves to be more steady across election cycles, Democratic turnout fluctuates wildly between presidential and midterm elections, as well as between state-level and national-level elections. That’s one key reason that the Obama coalition vanished from the electoral scene almost as rapidly as it emerged as a potential major political force. The consequences of this crash were readily apparent just two years into Obama’s presidency, with the Democrats’ devastating losses in the 2010 midterms. In that disaster, Democrats sacrificed 63 House seats; in 2014, they went on to lose nine Senate seats (and their majority in that chamber). Democrats carried 57 percent of independents in the 2006 midterms, but just 37 percent in the 2010 midterms—pretty much changing places with their Republican counterparts in the independent camp over that four-year span. The GOP dominated independents in 2014 as well. But here’s something you almost never hear an analyst say about independents: Although they are important to election outcomes, they are a necessary, but by no means sufficient, element in a successful electoral strategy. Even though we commonly assume that independents make up roughly a third of the electorate, the pool of persuadable independents is actually quite small, just 7 percent of the total electorate, according to the Pew Research Center’s most recent analysis. This is because most independents admit to being ...
Politics U.
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 20, 2020:
RealClearPolitics - Betting Odds - Democratic Presidential Nomination
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 19, 2020:
Told y'all.
Hard to tell if she's being serious, or just her usual ignorant self.
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 18, 2020:
There's only two possibilities, huh?
Ron Paul: Why Moral Relativism is the Real Danger for the U.
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Trump and the Republicans are the poster boys these days.
You can add to this those who lied about Kavanagh, John Kerry breaking the Logan act etc etc..
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 16, 2020:
Sanders Is Crazy, But None Of These Democratic “Moderates” Are Moderate On Immigration Either | ...
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 15, 2020:
VDare again.
The point I’ve made for YEARS!!! Dems “government is corrupt!! In bed with big business!” Also...
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 15, 2020:
Not quite. Dems point the finger at billionaires and corporations. If you have an idea to counter that power without democracy, let me know. Republicans, meanwhile point their finger at government alone. And nothing like making your point with a corporate funded meme.
Border Patrol Will Deploy Elite Tactical Agents to Sanctuary Cities
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 14, 2020:
Yay fascism!
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 14, 2020:
When the civil war starts.
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 14, 2020:
The era of the pajama boy is over! The alpha males are back!
Hmmm... Who is Dana Boente?
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 13, 2020:
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 12, 2020:
You seem to seek out this sort of content.
Blame Narratives?
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 11, 2020:
The left and right have similar criticisms, different scapegoats, and different prescriptions. The current center is that professional managerial class that uses identity politics cynically. A real center would be economically left and socially toward the right (see Bannon, Tucker, and Tulsi), but that is a non-starter for the left because it means throwing minorites under the bus.
So I was halfway thru my psych degree when I came across the ideas of the IDW/heterodox thinkers.
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 11, 2020:
Psychology attempts to address real, immediate human problems with an incomplete foundation of scientific knowledge. Sometimes the world outside academia distorts its ideas for broader political ends, whether "SJW" or IDW, or even advertising. And sometimes ideas from social science influence the culture they describe. I've found it useful to understand gender theory, for example, because it provides language to describe and discuss phenomena in the world. I'd stick with it. Try to understand, critically but in good faith, and separately engage the "SJW"/IDW discourse. Learn the history of how and why the social sciences developed and be suspicious of conspiracy theories. But also think about why you're entering this profession and what you want to accomplish in your career.
I'm sure this time will pass, but it sure is annoying.
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 11, 2020:
How about when those things are government, bank, and realtor policy?
Patrick J. Buchanan: Long Before Trump, We Were A Divided People | Articles |
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 11, 2020:
VDare, the white nationalist website again. And Pat Buchanan, the proto-Trump antisemite who thinks the US entering WWII was a mistake.
Petey's coming for you
WilyRickWiles comments on Feb 10, 2020:
On the left, we like to call him The Rat. And sometimes Mayo Pete.

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