Tuesday, August 15, 2023

Crazy Times Scrapbook, June 2023

 My life was "crazy times" enough in June due to everything going on with graduation and moving, but as always there were other things afoot as well. I was too busy to follow the news closely, so this is a shorter than usual "Crazy Times" post (dry your eyes 😉).

The partisan, ridiculous, flabbergasting witch hunt on Trump continued. And the majority of America doesn't realize it or believe it or see it for what it is.

Merrick Garland is doing opposite things with Trump and with Joe and Hunter Biden. This is third-world stuff and is indicative of America's downward spiral.

"However cavalier he was with classified files, Mr. Trump did not accept a bribe or betray secrets to Russia...The greatest irony of the age of Trump is that for all his violating of democratic norms, his frenzied opponents have done and are doing their own considerable damage to democracy."

"Pride Month"

Victor Davis Hanson says that conservatives need to do more (similar to but not as bad as what their counterparts on the left sometimes do), and because they haven't, it's one of the reasons that extremist policies with little popular support have become institutionalized. He's right.

The Biden family is so corrupt, way more corrupt than the Trumps. The differing treatment of the two families by the Justice Department, Congress, the FBI, etc. is truly maddening. 

I will always strongly believe that abortion is one of the greatest evils being practiced in the world (and particularly in America, which should know better), and that the world and the U.S. will be held accountable for it in a future day.

It's not "my body, my choice." It's the baby's body and the baby's life, and abortion literally kills them both.

I fully support the Supreme Court's decision to end affirmative action. For a long time, I've felt that it was inherently unfair, discriminatory, and racist.