Various & Sundry, 4/27/15

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  1. Just as Franklin foresaw, by the way:
    “I agree to this Constitution with all its faults, if they are such; because I think a general Government necessary for us, and there is no form of Government but what may be a blessing to the people if well administered, and believe farther that this is likely to be well administered for a course of years, and can only end in Despotism, as other forms have done before it, when the people shall become so corrupted as to need despotic Government, being incapable of any other.

  2. Chick-fil-A banishment….

    The comments are spot on. It’s tolerance as defined by the intolerant.

    This suicidal culture is calling down Gods wrath. The “Year of Mercy” will be followed by Years of Devine Justice.
    Preparedness is essential.

    Sin IS NEVER TOLERATED. Correction for this culture is eminent.

  3. That young man at the right of this column, being arrested and handcuffed got $30,000 for his illegal prosecution and unwarranted arrest.
    Melissa Cakes needs the money to prosecute for false persecution, criminal slander and disenfranchisement by the state of civil rights. Melissa loved her neighbor as herself…straight. This is all that is required to be considered under freedom of religion. and “free exercise thereof” and conscientious objection. Unfortunately, our courts are degenerated into partisanship. Our constitutional posterity, included in our Preamble by our founding fathers are to be handed our founding principles based on truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth…so help me God. Without God, atheism imposed by the culture, man has little but the gulag right here in River City.

  4. It does not have much to do with formal institutions, but with culture.

    1.One is the corruption of the legal profession, which is now nearly worthless in certain loci for the protection of people outside a charmed circle. Read Scott Lively’s account of contending with Oregon judges a generation ago. The place has been a latrine for some time.

    2. The other has to do with bourgeois culture. The only people among my parents’ contemporaries who would have thought that these characters merited $135,000 for their trouble would have been ambulance chasers hoping for a contingency fee. The only one’s who would have thought it a criminal act to raise funds for your legal defense would have been no one day before yesterday.

    3. Something the psychiatrist GJM van den Aardweg said for some time in his public writings: the sense of yourself as an injured party is an architectural feature of the homosexual person and quite insensitive to the reality of past or present personal circumstances. We might add a hypothesis concerning a corollary: that the severity of one’s pathology in this circumstance is strongly correlated with one’s propensity to lawfare and ‘activism’. In short, public discourse about the homosexual condition is dominated by the most obstreperous and disoriented among them.

    4. The implicit and sometimes explicit asperity of the larger society kept this pathology in check. Now characters in the legal profession and the tech industry (not to mention the academy and the clergy) are throwing rubbing alcohol on an open flame. This will not end well.

  5. 1. I gather from the SGA vote at Johns Hopkins that 2/3 of Johns Hopkins parents failed to impress on their children the desirability of not being a preening nitwit. So much for the skills of the professional-managerial bourgeoisie.

    2. The political class in Baltimore has, in the face of New York’s successes, failed to accomplish one bloody thing in the last 20 years. The people who run for office are ticket-punchers on a good day and the electorate therein is satisfied with that. I used to live in Baltimore and have a residual affection for the place. It has a great many assets which are idle because of stupidity on the part of the city’s politicians and public workers.

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