At Least Civilly Disobey the Dem-Marxist Overlords

The NeoConservative Christian Right

Perhaps Lindell’s ‘ABSOLUTE PROOF’ Can be a Catalyst


John R. Houk

© February 6, 2021


1770s Civil Disobedience Leading to American Revolution

Mike Lindell has been talking about the absolute proof of 2020 election fraud for a few days. Indeed, a couple of days ago Newsmax displayed they had drunk the Kool-Aid pushed by the rest of Leftstream Media, the Dem-Marxists, RINOs and now a significant number of the Republican Party (particularly the GOP leadership) that Election 2020 was a fair election absent of meaningful fraud that would have changed the outcome. A Newsmax anchor REFUSED to listen to Lindell talk about his upcoming proof quoting some malformed info quote claiming the Courts found no fraud. I say, “malformed,” because the truth of the matter not a single Court on the State or Federal level examined the massive evidence of Election Fraud. RATHER, these Courts concocted the obvious…

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Doctor with bioweapons expertise calls COVID-19 vaccines “weaponized medicine”

Doctor with bioweapons expertise calls COVID-19 vaccines “weaponized medicine”

Doctor with bioweapons expertise calls COVID-19 vaccines “weaponized medicine”

Trump Cans Legal Team For Impeachment

The Lone Cactus

We are less than a week away from the beginning of Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial in front of the United States Senate. And while the debate still rages as to whether Nancy Pelosi rushed into this one with no real agenda other than being vindictive and having a hatred toward the 45th President of the United States, or whether this is actually constitutionally sound in impeaching a president that’s already left office, now would be considered by many to be an inopportune time to fire your legal team.

That’s exactly what Donald Trump has done.

Trump got rid of five of his lead attorneys over the weekend. Included in the firing was lead attorney, Butch Bowers. Apparently there was a severe disagreement over how the defense should proceed. Bowers was trying to argue the charges of “incitement of insurrection”, and how it was a bogus charge. Trump thought his…

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The Politician Shuffle

The Lone Cactus

Oh, all politicians do it. I’m going to harp on one in particular here, but by no means don’t think that just because the guy I’m picking on today is a Democrat, that he’s the only one, or it’s only one party. It’s not. In fact, I can’t recall people at that level EVER admitting their mistakes. And that’s what we’re talking about today.

I’m speaking of New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo. And what I’m referring to is the fact that he’s willing to throw basically anyone and everyone under the bus when it comes to the mistake that HE made in telling nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the Empire State to admit COVID patients.

Now it’s come out that it was a major boondoggle. Cuomo’s directive, sending sick people into the path of those most vulnerable to die of the disease was tantamount to murder. He was…

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Biden’s Plan Falling Apart

The Lone Cactus

Mike Tyson said it best. “Everybody’s got a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” That appears to aptly describe what’s happening with the Biden administration’s “plan” to get control of a virus that basically has shut down the world for about a year.

That plan looked good on paper. It was about 200 pages long, and Biden and his team were convinced they had the answers. That is, until they actually got into the White House and sat down. Then they realized, they were lost. A plan is usually only as good as the contingencies when the original doesn’t work right. And apparently, the Biden plan didn’t have many.

Now, to be fair, the Biden administration found that there were about 20 million doses of vaccine that couldn’t be accounted for. They haven’t blamed the Trump administration for it, and knowing Joe Biden’s penchant for blaming Trump for…

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Biden’s First Broken Promise

The Lone Cactus

Twitter and the big-tech-universe are all going crazy over what appears to be the first broken campaign promise by Joe Biden. And in fact, it really isn’t HIS campaign promise because it took place on January 4th of this year, two full months after he was elected.

Biden was in Georgia campaigning for Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock for their Senate runoff election. He was addressing the crowd and said, “If you send Jon and the Reverend to Washington, those $2,000 checks will go out the door restoring hope and honor and decency for so many people who are struggling right now. And if you send Senators Perdue and Loeffler back to Washington, those checks will never get there”.

So, why is it a lie or a broken promise? Well, the Biden administration isn’t asking Congress to approve a $2,000 check to go out, as promised. What’s in the $1.9…

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AOC Lied???

The Lone Cactus

Apparently so. Remember all of the stuff AOC said on social media about how terrified she was on January 6th? Depending on which tweet you saw, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that she either hid under her desk in her office, or hid in her bathroom (you choose) when the insurrection at the Capitol Building took place.

She said she felt like she was going to die. She heard someone shouting, “Where is she? Where IS she?”, thinking it was the rioters. She said she only found out later that it was Capitol police checking to see if she was alright.

It’s a great story, but it’s now coming out that it was just that. A story.

The truth is, according to Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC), that not only was AOC never in danger, insurrectionists never came down her hallway. That’s because Mace has an office two doors down from AOC’s office…

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The Lone Cactus

Oh, come on! You knew it wasn’t going to happen, right? I mean, you KNEW that Joe Biden didn’t have any magical answers on unifying the country. And, he just showed that his definition of “unity” was, “Do it my way, or I’ll leave you in the dust”.

Of course, I’m referring to the COVID-19 Relief bill that he rammed through Congress with nary a Republican supporting it in the Senate. So much for inviting people to the White House to have a confab over “working across the aisle”. See in normal parlance, “working across the aisle” means you give and you take. You don’t get everything you want and neither does the other side. “Unity” means we’re going to come together and work as one. We’re not going to be divided. We’re going to put our differences aside for a while. That is unless you disagree with me.


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Four Major Problems with Senator Romney’s Plan for Universal Child Allowances

International Liberty

My late friend Walter Williams was a first-rate economist, an important public intellectual, and a truly great American. He also was an amazing communicator, with an unparalleled ability to make important points in a succinct and easy-to-understand manner.

My favorite Walter quote is about how capitalism enabled positive-sum wealth creation.

Today, though, I want to share Walter’s quote about the simple rules for life that basically eliminate poverty.

Sadly, the current welfare state undermines those rules and instead lures many people into self-destructive behaviors. Choices that are bad for them and bad for society.

  • Have kids out of wedlock? No problem, Uncle Sam will take care of you with a plethora of handouts.
  • Watch TV on the sofa all day rather than work? No problem, Washington will provide you with benefits.

As an economist, I’m especially concerned that redistribution programs discourage employment. That’s bad for the economy. Even…

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Coronavirus and the Failure of Big Government: A Closer Look at the FDA

International Liberty

In my five-part series on coronavirus and the failure of big government (here, here, here, here, and here), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) received some unflattering attention.

Whether we’re examining its performance regarding equipment, testing, or vaccines, the bureaucracy has hindered the private sector’s ability to quickly and effectively respond to the pandemic.

Today, let’s devote an entire column to problems with the FDA.

Historically, the big issue is that the bureaucracy is too cautious and risk-averse.

The argument from the FDA is that a lengthy and expensive process for approving drugs is necessary to avoid the risk of a drug with bad side effects.

And there are benefits to that approach, with thalidomide being the obvious example.

However, there are also costs. Most notably, the FDA’s onerous approval process means that it takes a long time before consumers get access to many…

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