Saturday, May 15, 2021
This is a “How Should Things Work?” exercise built upon the body of evidence of How Things Work in reality. Saul Alinksky had to know “how things worked in America” in 1971 before he could draw a list of the things that needed to be destroyed in America. His 12 Rules for Radicals here. And they’ve largely worked. For instance, because Alinsky worked...
The first campus takeover that began that trend began on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley, more often referred to as simply “Berkeley”. If you have any personal memory of that campus takeover at Berkeley in October 1, 1964, you would have to have been at least 17 years old, which means you were born in 1947,...
Everyone has his or her favorite "mask" story. There's the guy or gal we see, then do a doubletake when he notice they're alone driving in their car, all alone, but still with that mask strapped firmly around the ears. On a couple of occasions I've had the urge to do a U-turn and follow the car to see...
From a medical doctor I learned The solution to any diagnosis begins with a unified theory   The title is from a book published in 1960, while Eisenhower was still president, that title coined by a Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe, a Massachusetts observer who wrote under the name "Dame Shirley" in the California gold fields in the 1850s, proving a simple...
Betcha didn't know there was such a thing. A real toe-tapper https://youtu.be/GYMDjTn1k8c

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

― Edmund Burke