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The Most Important Victory Since 1967

Obama interferes in Israeli elections. Does he also use taxpayer money to pay for it?
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54 years ago today as I write this, the Six Day War between Israel and her Arab neighbors was underway. In one of the most stunning military campaigns of the post-WW2 era, Israel confounded her adversaries and changed the course of history in the Middle East, establishing herself as a regional power to be reckoned with. While Israel has fought many engagements since that time, none have had the singular impact of that conflict…perhaps until now.

Parler returns!

Logo of Parlet, the free speech social network
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Parler, one of the foremost “alt-tech” social media sites, returned to near-full function at about midnight today (15 February 2021). (Visit it at this link.) Regular users noticed the return immediately. At about 10:15 a.m. EST, Parler issued a press release announcing its return.

Texit war game 2: prelude

Samuel A. Alito figures in a war game for Texit
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On 25 January, Texas State Rep. Kyle Biedermann (R-Fredericksburg, Comal Co.) introduced his Texas Independence Referendum Act – the Texit Bill. After the Texas House reconvenes, the debate will begin. For Texit to succeed, the bill must first pass, and then the people of Texas must vote Yes. And if they do vote Yes, the Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the State House appoint a committee to work out Texit. So that’s two votes that must take place: legislative and popular. How can Rep. Biedermann and his ally Dan Miller of the Texas Nationalist Movement score their goal? By convincing their fellow Texans that they can do this. To do that, they need a war game. Herewith an attempt at one – the beginning of a saga that would lead to Texas independence.

Texit – the war game

Chess - a centuries-old war game
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Now that Rep. Kyle Biedermann (R-Fredericksburg, Texas) has introduced his Texas Independence Referendum Act, let the war games begin. Anyone contemplating secession must make a plan to achieve it, and to count the prices of failure and success. For success in anything must come at a price. But not everything a nay-sayer might count as a price, actually is a price. And one often does not know the true cost of success without trying. Still, as Jesus says, no commander goes to war without a plan. And no one has invented a better way to plan, than the war game.

Texit – can Texas regain its independence?

Flag of Texas - or Texit
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The 2020s now appear to be the Decade of the Exit. The United Kingdom started it, with Brexit – the exit of Britain from the European Union. Not until 2020 did the UK finalize their exit, but they did it. In America, “Calexit” would have broken the mold—except that the “election” of Joe Biden made it unnecessary. Yet a movement to create a “New California” apart from the big (and neocommunist) cities of Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco continues to attract followers. Elsewhere, eastern counties of Oregon want to join Idaho. Likewise, western Maryland counties and rural Virginia counties want to join West Virginia. But no movement will likely get as much attention as Texit – an attempt by Texans to regain their independence.

Rabbi Kahane, the Sarah Solution, and Peace

Rabbi Kahane addressing a New York Jewish youth group in 1975
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Rabbi Kahane, martyred 30 years ago, most famously proposed expelling Arab residents who couldn’t or wouldn’t get along with Jews.

Heads Up, Liberal Jews—Don’t Be Jews with Trembling Knees

Joe Biden, former Vice President, and agent of conspiratorial division. And enemy of every Jew in America.
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“Don’t threaten us with cutting off your aid. It will not work. I am not a Jew with trembling knees. I am a proud Jew with 3,700 years of civilized history. Nobody came to our aid when we were dying in the gas chambers and ovens. Nobody came to our aid when we were striving to create our country. We paid for it. We fought for it (and) died for it. (Today) we will stand by our principles. We will defend them. And, when necessary, we will die for them again, with or without your aid.”

Critical theory – and a direct counterattack

Critical theory, pragmatism, and post-structuralism and where they intersect
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On 29 September 2020 the Conservative Partnership Institute released this memo to President Donald J. Trump. In it they launched a direct counterattack against the latest liberal craze: critical theory. Though they concentrated on critical race theory, their memo addresses concerns that apply to all flavors of critical theory. CNAV urges all regular readers to “sign” this memo and support all efforts to discontinue the use of critical theory in public and private staff orientation and training.

The Democrats’ Mental Problem

Symbol of the Democrat Party and Democrats generally
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The contrast between the Democrat and Republican conventions clearly shows the Democrats have a serious mental problem.

Critical theory – theater of the absurd

Frankfurt, Germany was home to the first critical theory of society.
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Today CNAV heard from yet another target of the “cancel culture” that pervades conventional media today. If anyone wants to know why CNAV exists, “cancel culture” is why. And today we hear from Fox News that Andrew Sullivan, almost as liberal as they come, no longer has a home at New York Magazine and its parent, Vox Media. Why? Let him tell you himself: he does not approve of the latest craze the left has rediscovered. They call that craze critical theory. Critical theory poses a danger to more than its prime targets. Today critical theory endangers anyone calling himself a moderate liberal. And more than that, it endangers the rule of law itself.