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For the record:

My name is Steven Lawrence. Douglas is my middle name. I used that handle on Twitter (and a fake AI pic) as an anti-doxxing measure.

Mainly I didn't want the university I work for harassed by nasty little lefty-locusts and other creepy crawlers because of me.

Now that's not an issue. F*** those people. Come and get me, bitches.


Steven Douglas Lawrence

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[...] Rather, wielding nothing but 'raw judicial power,' [...] the Court usurped the power to address a question of profound moral and social importance that the Constitution unequivocally leaves for the people." p.44, citation omitted.

Beard Blather this Saturday 11:00pm Eastern.

"Emotional Stupidity"

Links to follow in the afternoon.

Jordan Peterson is on fire! ☄🔥
Watch "Twitter Ban" on YouTube

Abort a CHILD?

I would have settled for 'baby' or 'human life'. How dare he refer to a clump of unwanted cells akin to cancer or a parasite in such a way.

Liz Cheney says: “Republicans cannot both be loyal to Donald Trump and loyal to the Constitution.

By that I mean there were gonna be vaccinations — everyone would get vaccinated — so the millions of people who dropped out of the labor force would come right back in, so wages wouldn’t be under such pressure. That didn’t happen.

What Powell didn’t admit was the reality of “a lot of work [also] going on” within the Biden administration to purposely destabilize as much of America as possible, beginning with the Biden Border Crisis, Biden Energy Crisis, Bidenomics, and of course, Bidenflation.

It is an improvement over the Lincoln Project covering for a gay "groomer," I suppose.

@julie_kelly2: "I was almost embarrassed for the NeverTrumpers who immediately swooned over Cassidy Hutchinson’s performance. Almost.

This crowd never misses an opportunity to step in it big-time. My round-up of the worst offenders here: "

(H/T @seanmdav RT )

This is what I wanted to see:

"…in October 2015, [the] EPA promulgated two rules addressing [CO2] pollution from power plants—one for new plants…the other for existing plants… Both were premised on the Agency’s earlier finding that [CO2] is an “air pollutant” that “may reasonably be anticipated to endanger public health or welfare” by causing climate change.

"80 Fed. Reg. 64530. Carbon dioxide is not subject to a NAAQS and has not been listed as a toxic pollutant."

Fear mongers are abominable enough, but the gatekeepers of actual truth are the greater abomination by far.

Only truth (quod verum) sets us free.

Those who undertake to protect or shield people from the truth are the enemy of both.



Commissions and Omissions

On the one hand, there are things corrupt elements want to scare us with to initiate or maintain control. On the other hand, there are things that are kept from us (e.g., Vegas shooter information, Epstein client list, Jan 6th video and other suppressed documents, et al ad nauseam) out of fear of public retaliation, or the fear of their loss of control.

In reality, the public can ALWAYS handle the truth. Just not always in ways that further select agendas.


Yet, despite debunking, countless mainstream sources of all kinds still regurgitate the myth that a credulous public had lost its collective mind one night in 1938.

Likewise, with political fear-mongering - and the endless torrent of fake news that fuels it:

It doesn't matter if YOU aren't panicking, so long as you believe that everyone else is.



In 1938 Orson Welles' War of the Worlds Broadcast was reported by newspapers as a broadcast that had sent a nation of credulous listeners into a panic.

Fake news. From 1938.

In reality, more than 98% of the potential audience did not tune in, let alone panic. The listening audience was very small. Print media, radio's advertising rival during the depression, had created the urban myth as an attempt to discredit radio as an unreliable news source.


Forgive me, but I thought we all could use a “little” humor.

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