Independence Day

      Life for us will get simpler, for sure, but it doesn’t have to be a trip back to the eleventh century….

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The Time of Our Time

We have not been so ripe for regime change since 1776. A ruling Party of Chaos is doing absolutely everything to disorder our lives and there really is no generous interpretation for its motives

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When the Wicked Try to Flee

   So, they press on now with shots for little children that are certain to harm the kids’ immune systems and produce an array of consequent serious disorders ranging from hepatitis to myocarditis to sterility to brain damage….

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All This and World War Too

…perhaps, you can see how the dangerous mischief of RussiaGate, Hillary Clinton’s spoofish punkery that Russia “interfered” in the 2016 election, mutated into a foreign policy psychosis….

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KunstlerCast 359 — A Conversation with Mattias Desmet; Mass Formation and the Totalitarian Mind

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Mattias Desmet is a professor of clinical psychology and Educational Sciences at the Ghent University, Belgium and a practicing psychotherapist. He is the author ofThe Psychology of Totalitarianism (Chelsea Green Publishing). Since he introduced the concept of “mass more »

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How Low Can You Go?

Lots of things are going south all at once….

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Proud of Yourselves?

Five-year-old children generally have no idea what adult sexuality is about….

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Get Your Monkeypox On

It’s a dangerous game trying to beat down the population this way, and to what end, exactly?

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Your Show of Shows

At least half the public is already onto the extravagant damage inflicted on our national life by the beneficiaries of the 2020 election….

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June 2022


Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support Behold, The Big Bend building from the super-ultra-trendy Oiio Studios design firm, a stupendous stunt proposed for 57th Street in New York City. The clever idea here is to substitute the longest building in the world for the tallest, to get around more »

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Swamp Gas

Consider that, if nothing else, John Durham knows a lot more about all this business, and that might include some things that we don’t know….

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Careening Towards Grace

They screwed-the-pooch on the Covid-19 caper and now the data is biting Klaus and Company on the ass….

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Childhood’s End

     America has become a malfunctioning pageant without feasible roles that children can realistically project themselves into….

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We’re in It Now for Sure

Now, we’re finding out the hard way how much daily life must change, and is changing, and how disorderly that process is in every way from the imperative daily life adjustments to our spiritual attitudes about them…

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Theories Exist to Be Proven

So, in 2016, schlubby lawyer Michael Sussmann from Perkins Coie, the DC law firm representing the Hillary Clinton Campaign, asks for a meeting with his old DOJ colleague, Jim Baker, now General Counsel (top lawyer) for the FBI….

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KunstlerCast 358 — A Conversation About Ukraine with Larry C Johnson

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   #358 Larry C Johnson is a veteran of the CIA and the State Department’s Office of Counter Terrorism. He is the founder and managing partner of BERG Associates, which was established in 1998. Larry provided training to the more »

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Feeding the Narrative

Clusterfuck Nation For your reading pleasure Mondays and Fridays Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support There’s apparently no question that one Payton Gendron, 18, went out hunting for black people in Buffalo, NY, carefully documenting his crime every step of the way, from penning a more »

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That Sinking Feeling

What will avail in the face of these treacheries and hardships? Oppose. Refuse. Resist. This is getting personal….

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May 2022


Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support       Behold “Populus,” a new Denver hotel designed by the Studio Gang, headed by award-magnet Jeanne Gang, the Chicago-based architect renowned for producing “the tallest woman-designed building in the world” (at the time it was completed), a more »

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Got the Heebie-Jeebies?

…there are roughly six months of nice weather to get through, meaning conditions that are favorable for action in the street, starring the shock troops of Progressivise Wokery….

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Nausea Rules

     What’s out there, rather, is a model of breakdown and collapse which the Woked-up, globalist neo-Jacobins are doing everything possible to hasten….

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“Disinformation” is Just a Boot in Your Face

Behind all this is the growing panic in the Left that they are culpable for an enormous raft of crimes committed against their own country, and will eventually end up in court, in prison, or worse….

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“This is This”

It’s one thing to lose your dignity as citizens, and another to just lose your country altogether….

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KunstlerCast 357 — Joni McGary on Campus Covid Vaccine Mandates

Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And thanks to all my Patrons for your support!   Joni McGary is the mother of a college junior and the co-founder of, a coalition of more than 2500 college stakeholders working to end college Covid-19 vaccine mandates. She’s worked in business development in the food, pharmaceutical more »

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Shocks to the System

None of these shocks can be postponed anymore. The Left’s war on America’s psyche is over….

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