Teh Squeaky Wheel
Happy Sunday, GN!
A blessed Sabbath, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Sven!
Today is my MiL’s 85th birthday, so we’re having a “drive-by” celebration. We’ve had a huge birthday sign installed in her front yard early this morning, before she got up and Mrs. Paddy will bring lunch over after church. We set a one hour window for her friends to drive-by and visit. We’re hoping for a good turnout.
Happy 85th, MiL-Paddy!
Hoping your MiL’s birfday festivities are well-attended.
Remember reading a few weeks ago that the black-clad goons in Portland successfully intimidated Powell’s Books into not stocking Ngo’s book in their store. (They did, however, make it available through their website.)
Augusto Pinochet did nothing wrong. 👿
According the the weather-guessers, we’ve got no sub-freezing nights forecast in the next ten days; yay! (And a few highs in the upper 50s later this week; that’ll be a nice change.)
When I went to WaddleMart Thursday, they had a sign stating that face coverings are now merely “recommended” rather than mandatory. Best Man said that’s also the case in NE OH.
Hi, Fatwa -- I was happy enough to purchase Ngo’s book, but although a more personal look at antifa, it was mostly a preaching to the choir effort although there were several things that I noted for later research. The Afterword where Ngo details his family’s flight from Vietnam to America and his more personal observations on antifa and America, stand out as worth reading.
On the other hand, this is how a Conservative views antifa -- I don’t mean that in a negative way, but it’s fact-based. Chronicles the incidents, the organization, the violence, the history. It’s how we examine incidents and trends and decide on truth and falsehood. It’s definitely not how the progressive left does so. The information is valuable in a debate, but debate and argument, based on facts, is part of our way of life, not the left’s.