In the News: The New York Times Thinks Free Speech is a Problem: Maybe the New York Times is the Problem

Well, here's a good one, fellas. The mouthpiece of the political intelligentsia isn't happy with all the free speech that its non-readers are enjoying. Seems the mainstream media is losing control over the public narrative and this just will not do! Recently, the New York Times published an op-ed that essentially declares as much. Oh, … Continue reading In the News: The New York Times Thinks Free Speech is a Problem: Maybe the New York Times is the Problem

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Generation Douchebag: How Gen-X Became the Baby Boomers’ Bottom-Bitch

Well, fellas, look what the Baby Boomer generation hath wrought. We now have a Western World obsessed with gender wars, race wars, culture wars, and a descending pall of tyranny under the guise of political correctness. Hardly surprising, then, that we should also be seeing a reawakening of generational war. Now, before the Booby continues … Continue reading Generation Douchebag: How Gen-X Became the Baby Boomers’ Bottom-Bitch

The Slow Death of Free Speech and Expression: We’ve Become a Campus, Not a Democracy

The Booby's back! Summer travels have kept him away from his keyboard, but he has returned just in time to bring your attention to the sad state of our democracies. You fellas who happen to be younger than 40 are doubtless wondering what all the fuss about "freedom of speech" is about. Quaint isn't it? … Continue reading The Slow Death of Free Speech and Expression: We’ve Become a Campus, Not a Democracy

The 60s, the Revolution, and the Reign of Terror: Losing the Cold War Has It’s Advantages

Talkin' 'bout a revolution today, fellas. Ever look at the world today, a world of political correctness, banned books, forbidden ideas, so-called "toxic masculinity", and ever-coiling public tension and wonder, "How did we get here?!" Well, as the Booby stresses over and over what we're seeing is nothing new. We are, believe it or not, … Continue reading The 60s, the Revolution, and the Reign of Terror: Losing the Cold War Has It’s Advantages