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Posted November 2, 2018.

Ronn Neff: Streisand awakens. In her interview with ABC (about 1:50), Barbra Streisand asks (referring to Donald Trump), "How does someone who lies that much sleep at night?"

We are happy that Miss Streisand's dormant sensitivities on this matter have finally woken up, and we agree that her question deserves an answer. Miss Streisand is fortunate in having easy access to a friend (lover?) who can perhaps give her some insight on the matter: Bill Clinton. Ω
 

Ronn Neff: A bad assumption. Federalist Paper No. 45 is one of the few from which there is a passage that gets quoted often: "The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the Federal Government, are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State Governments are numerous and indefinite."

Not quoted so often — and indeed laughable in light of the "secret resistance" within the Trump administration — is this gem, from the same Paper:

"The number of individuals employed under the Constitution of the United States, will be much smaller, than the number employed under the particular States. There will consequently be less of personal influence on the side of the former, than of the latter." Ω
 

Ronn Neff: With the way feminists take umbrage and manage to get people fired, will someone please explain to me why Jimmy Kimmel has a top late-night show? Doesn't anyone remember "The Man Show"? And the Juggies?

I mean, high-flyin' guys can get fired for wondering aloud whether there's some reason that women aren't techies. Or mathematicians. And Kimmel gets away with the Juggies on trampolines? In slow motion? Ω
 

Posted October 11, 2018.

Ronn Neff: If the #MeToo-ers really want to get some sexual predators locked away so that women, transgenders, and others can be safe, they should start bringing some accusations and filing lawsuits against the TSA.

And if they do, who do you think will be believed by the press and female senators — the traumatized accusers or TSA employees? Ω
 

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TLD is a forum of opinion, edited by hard-core market anarchists, that does not flinch from any of the most pressing issues of our time. We are especially interested in questions of culture and ethnicity, our Polite Totalitarian ruling class, and the homicidal humanitarianism of the U.S. Empire.

Our writers include anarcho-pessimists, Old Believers in the West, unreconstructed Confederates, neo-Objectivists, and other enemies of the permanent regime. We are conscientiously indifferent to considerations of thoughtcrime. Thus, from individualist and Euro-American perspectives, we confront the end of civilization — and do our level best to name its destroyers. (More about who we are.)

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Permanently recommended readings

"What Is Austrian Economics?" (Mises Institute)
"I, Pencil," by Leonard E. Read (Liberty Fund;
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"The Epistemological Basis of Anarchism,"
by Roy A. Childs, Jr. (TLD)
"Polite totalitarianism," by Ronald N. Neff (TLD)


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