Criminalizing Disinformation

Happy New Year, y’all.

“Disinformation” is the new vocabulary word used by the Dems, the left, the Deep State, the MSM, and social media to identify anything that:

 1. criticizes them (talking to you, Director Wray of the FBI),

 2. reveals their bad acts (Hunter Biden and the laptop story), or

 3. with which they disagree.

[To make it easier for y’all: Pretty much anything a Rep or a conservative says is disinformation. Hope this helps.]

The left has now called to criminalize disinformation — meaning have Congress (a huuuuuge source of disinformation) pass laws to exact criminal penalties for advancing disinformation as they define it. Continue reading


Are The Biden Admin and the Dems Pro- or Anti- Business? National Security?

Clearly the answer to the above question can be determined definitively by considering the provisions of the 4,000+ page, makeshift, abrogation-of-duty, bacchanal, omnibus budget bill.

You know the one nobody will read and everybody will vote for so they can go home on Christmas recess?

I have been studying it. You knew I would. It is a Jabba the Hutt orgy of spending and earmarks. It is disgusting. It is also dangerous.

Here is an example:

 1. Since 1954, American business has been able to “expense” legitimate research and development expenses. Continue reading


How Republicans Manage To LOSE Constantly

Herschel Walker lost the Georgia Senate runoff election to Senator Warnock yesterday in typical Republican fashion:

 1. The Republicans have no GOTV ground game that can compete with the Dems. This is compounded by the county map scale issue explained below.

 2. The Republicans failed to raise sufficient money to compete with the Warnock campaign in the media. Warnock controlled the messaging – a series of non-stop, brutal attacks on the character of Walker until Election Day.

 3. The Republicans have no national leadership at the Republican National Committee level that can send a SWAT team to deal with critical local elections.

 4. The Republicans continue to focus on Election Day rather than early voting. Classic Election Day v Election Season problem.

Election Season v Election Day Explained

 5. The Republicans failed to close ranks and work for the overall good of the party. Continue reading