Last week’s Lazy Sunday shared four of my pieces about the excesses and abuses of Leftist progressivism. This week, I’m reheating three TPP classics for your Sunday morning consumption. Enjoy!
1.) “Logic Breakdown and the Kavanaugh Hearings” – the meltdown of the Left was on full display during the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. Here you had a straight-as-an-arrow judge who had been through multiple confirmations without incident. What most frustrated me about the Kavanaugh hearings was how women began reasoning this way: “because something bad happened to me, Kavanaugh must have done something to Dr. Blasey-Ford.” How can we have the presumption of innocence—and rational, impartial weighing of evidence—if people make such absurd, illogical leaps in their “reasoning”?
2.) “Sanctimonious Leftism” – this piece was about a smarmy letter from Rich Harwood of the Harwood Institute about how disgraced Virginia Governor Ralph Northam can redeem himself. It basically boils down to a lot of “feel-good crap,” as my mom would say. Who cares what Northam did at a party thirty-plus years ago? His heinous views on post-birth infanticide should be ring way more alarm bells. The black-face/Klan hood incident is a distraction, but it’s one that makes the Left feel virtuous and smug about its own perceived righteousness. Remember, for the Left, killing babies is good, but wearing a costume is bad.
3.) “Academic Leftism’s Sour Grapes” – this piece detailed a disturbing, outright pro-socialist piece from a college professor, in which the prof urged his fellow academic socialists to abandon the academy and to get into the government—as if they don’t already dominate both. The Left must have total domination of every aspect of society, as well as the levers of power in the government. If they lose the government, they lose control, even if they still dominate in the media, academia, the culture, etc.
So there’s your weekly dose of warmed over Leftist insanity. More to come (assuming my Internet gets fixed in a timely fashion).
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