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Forgiveness

August 31, 2020 Declan Finn 0

Forgiveness is interesting. Because I forgive you doesn’t mean that I need to trust you. One lying SOB in particular, who I’ve blocked and muted, apologized for the one behavior I didn’t care about, but […]

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Stay Away from Protests

August 31, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

Less than a week after seventeen-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was charged with first degree murder for defending himself in a Kenosha street battle, another dissident who took part in political street action, Jay Bishop, lies dead in […]

Jon Del Arroz

The Curious Case Of Charlton Comics

August 31, 2020 jdelarroz 0

I’ve been doing a lot of research into Steve Ditko’s old comics over the weekend. He did a lot of work for Charlton Comics over the years, of which he’s best known for his work […]

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Boomerang

August 28, 2020 Brian Niemeier 0

Multiple data points are resolving into a picture that looks bad for Joe Biden. From Zero Hedge: A Pew Research Center poll that’s already a month old (and a lot happened since) concluded that violent […]

Jon Del Arroz

Making Science Fiction Greater

August 28, 2020 jdelarroz 0

Last night was so inspiring. The president delivered a message of hope, showing exactly why America is exceptional, our freedom is unapralleled, and our destiny is one ordained by God Almighty to transform this world […]