J.C. Bourque is a recovering liberal whose rantings can be found in his book “Squeezed: Rear-Ended by American Politics.” If you didn’t care for this essay, you won’t like the book, either.
The classic car show was noisy, random, and unsupervised by busybodies — the perfect opportunity to flip a giant community middle finger to liberal scolds and meddling bureaucrats everywhere.
Ingenuity and hard work, with neighbors cooperating for the good of all, provided a chance to bond with others and witness the best of people on glorious display.
It was inspiring to spend the day with my fellow citizens from all walks of life, united behind one idea: We are Americans first, before anything else. And we want our country back.
You see, I needed a self-centering hole locator to finish a rim joist on the deck we were building, and a pipe nipple, ballcock, and pipe dope for some plumbing repairs. I also needed to buttress a groin vault.
One continually baffling aspect of PC is the contention that perceived or even hallucinated offensive speech is equivalent to physical violence.
If you eat rice, you should be ashamed of yourself. You are stealing from so many cultures at once that you might not even know who to apologize to.
One’s Victim Score can be used to demand special dispensations from society or state-enforced obedience by non-woke citizens to inane rituals.
I was just starting to read when the first words of that disgusting celebration of date rape seared my sensibilities: ‘I really can’t stay (but baby, it’s cold outside).’
The evidence that the web thinks I’m female is the advertisements. They’re completely inappropriate to my online behavior.
If people are taking to the streets to express their fear and anger, why do so many of them look so happy? Nostalgia.
If we’re looking for the best worst-case scenario, simply voting against one of the candidates may not deliver that outcome. We need a more-scientific method of choosing our executioner.
We libertarians get particularly choleric when people try to use government force to curtail our freedoms, like speech. Telling me how to speak is just as bad as trying to shut me up.
How the flower people transformed our universities and colleges into the most rigid, closed-minded, repressive, unthinking sort of society.
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