I only rant on about Mark Steyn, and the predicament of free speech and thought in Canada, to annoy Fabian bastards in the West, and also some people who are my friends and who think Steyn is a madman. (They don’t have to read him.)
Oh and this is really droll, from Iowahawk. It’s sort of relevant, coz in the West, we like to satirize in a semi-cruel but humorous way, our enemies, which they just don’t understand. Hitler didn’t either. Not quite sure what went wrong with this gift of humour in the 70s and early 80s, as I can’t remember any really cutting fun-stuff about the fascist murderer Mao, or Ho Chi Mhinh, or Castro: or Brzhezhnev, who was dead anyway. (P’raps that’s why nobody skitted him.)
Here’s some good stuff off Kathy Shaidle.
UPDATE #2 from the comments at Pajamas Media:
A group of rag-tag militiamen gathered on Lexington common facing a line of British regulars. The year was 1775. A British officer stepped forward and ordered the rabble to disperse. Someone yelled back, “get the hell off our land.” Somebody else pulled the trigger on his musket and ignited a revolution based on a belief in liberty. We don’t know their names, but these patriots were priveleged to stand on the fulcrum of history.
(I don’t know why only that bit went red, I wanted the whole lot to be as it’s a direct quote. But it won’t go red now, and the whole textblock just jumps about madly so I can’t be arsed with it. I really don’t understand this code stuff.)