“What do you do if you are the New York Times and 20 people show up to the white-supremacist rally that you had been breathlessly billing as further proof of the normalization of hatred in the Donald Trump era? Expand the definition of “white supremacist” to cover a large portion of the American electorate and its representatives.”
I love that people are acting like if elections were fair, Hillary would be president. If elections were fair, Hillary wouldn’t have been the democrat nominee to begin with.
Monster Hunter: Nemesis by Larry Correia
This is another book not focused on Owen Zastava Pitt. This one is told from the view point of the infamous MCB Agent Franks. So there is a lot of violence, even for a Larry Correia novel. Franks history is covered, from how he found his way into this world, learned how to deal with humanity and why he is so focused on killing monsters. One of the interesting parts was how he came to American during the Revolutionary War and the contract he entered into with the United States America (written and signed by Ben Franklin after he rebuilt Franks). The story revolves around how STFU (Special Task Force Unicorn) violates that contract. This is one of my favorites in the series. Franks is a bad ass MoFu and like Jake and Elwood, he’s on a mission on from God.
“Even though socialism in its many forms has never succeeded in producing anything but death and chaos – the proletariat dictatorship never withers away; in fact, it only grows stronger in a totalitarian centralized government – dreams of a perfectly just and equal society never fade. In fact, like a monster from an old sci-fi movie, they continue to jump back up out of the swamp just when you think the monster is dead.”
— Charles Sasser, historian and author
“That government is best which governs the least, because its people discipline themselves.”
— Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States of American and author of the Declaration of Independence.
…keep in mind that most of them don’t know the difference between a Kenyan and a Keynesian.