UPDATE: I am reposting this was because of number 4 down below wherein the media works to make anyone who would believe in any sort of medical conspiracy as a loon.
Here is some more evidence that you are NOT a loon.
1) Obviously, I’ve lost some blog mojo recently. It may come back as we get closer to an election. We shall see.
2) I like these “hipster” GOP ads. They/we need something to offset the “party of mean” attitude out there. If this helps, so be it. ps, sorry fellas, I like em burly, but burly looking guys can look also look mean.
3) Berkeley/Boulder – this happened in Berkeley when I was living in Oakland. They passed laws criminalizing a lot of things only done by the homeless. Boulder is going so far as to jail people for such transgressions as walking on the grass when a sign says, no walking on the grass. But don’t worry:
Carr said the majority of defendants still won’t be sentenced to jail, and the municipal court judges work hard to help offenders get social services when appropriate. However, the city needs more tools to deal with repeat offenders.
Progressive policy invites them in, progressive policy works to control them.
4) “Medical Conspiracies Believed by Many” is a headline today hoping to make us all feel like idiots. Funny how those “reporting” on this story have not bothered to mention things like this or this or this.
Are we really better human beings now than we were then? Our government fully supports Planned Parenthood who started with eugenic roots.
5) Latest feminist insult – connecting a suicidal, yet apparently very successful designer, with her worldwide famous boyfriend in a news story about her actual suicide. Here’s the new rule according to the ladies:
Dame magazine’s Margaret Wappler suggests a simple test for obituary writers to keep in mind when doing their work:
If you wouldn’t write the headline the other way around (“L’Wren Scott’s boyfriend Mick Jagger found dead,” which is preposterous just to type), don’t think you’re justified in writing it that way for the female half.
I would suggest if you would write a headline such as “Jennifer Lopez’s boyfriend found dead” vs “Caspar Smart, professional actor found dead” then you’re probably safe, womenkind be damned. (yes, I had to look him up, just like I would have no idea who that model was)