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Shanghaied Again

Posted August 20, 2015 By John C Wright

So, on Tuesday, I was woken up again by the Cherubim saying gruffly: “Mom, Mom. Go to store. Buy some milk!” (Teenage boys. Lots of milk use here.) And this time, thanks to you, I was able to get up and buy milk and a number of other things that we needed. In fact, thanks […]

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Shanghaied for a Thank You!

Posted August 3, 2015 By John C Wright

Hey Folks, Jagi, here. I am shanghaiing my husband’s blog to thank those of you who have showed us such astonishing generosity! Sunday morning, I woke up to my son asking me: “Mom, go to the store. Buy some milk.”  And I had no idea how to explain to him that we did not have […]

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Tomorrowland

Posted June 22, 2015 By John C Wright

Tomorrowland. This is a movie about jetpacks. I almost did not go to see this film because a film reviewer I trusted panned it, criticized it, said it was a mess. But since I have been burned by reviewers I trusted before, I trusted my instinct, and let my daughter take me as a Father’s […]

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On Conservative Taste

Posted May 20, 2015 By John C Wright

A reader writes: I write you as a fellow reader. I had the opportunity to download the newly released Hugo voting packets this morning. I express my unvarnished sentiments when I say that I find Sex Criminals stupid and gimmicky, Ms Marvel barely disguised ideological tripe, and Rat Queens another piece of ‘watch women do […]

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This should also go on the Wall of Awesome

Posted April 27, 2015 By John C Wright

A friend sent me this link, which I found both awesome and amusing. Odd that they mention cursorial hunting — that notion crops up in VINDICATION OF MAN, when the humans have an audience with the Hyades Cluster emissary-mind, it explains that the solar-system-sized artificial intelligence humans called The Beast, which was the military governor […]

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No, Virginia, There is no Stare Decisis

Posted April 16, 2015 By John C Wright

My story ‘Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus’ was disqualified by Mr John Lorentz and Miss Ruth Sachter in the name of the Sasquan Hugo Administrators, on the grounds that a first draft of the story was put out on my blog for my readers as a Christmas gift eight days before the beginning […]

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In A World…

Posted April 11, 2015 By John C Wright

Just a reminder about why we fight.

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Cliometric Predictions as to the Plot in ARCHITECT OF AEONS

Posted February 9, 2015 By John C Wright

Few authors in days past could indulge in one of our favorite pasttimes, which is overhearing what readers think is going to happen next. A reader with the nautical yet leonine name of HMSLion offers what I consider a harsh but fair criticism, and, using the six-million variable calculus of predictive extrapolation, also called Psychohistory, […]

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The International Lord of Hate needs Your Help

Posted February 4, 2015 By John C Wright

A message from Larry Correia: Need Your Help (gathering links to SJW attacks in sci-fi for a news reporter) Posted on February 4, 2015 by correia45 Hey, Monster Hunter Nation and Sad Puppies Supporters, I’ve been approached by a major media outlet gathering information about our little corner of the culture war. I mentioned bias, and […]

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Links on Moral Retardation

Posted January 12, 2015 By John C Wright

Some links. But remember, the Leftists do not defend Islam. http://gopthedailydose.com/2015/01/06/boston-public-school-now-forcing-non-islamic-students-learn-muslim-prayer/ In Revere, Massachusetts, students at public schools are not only being forced to learn about the principles and core tenets of the religion of Islam, but they are also being forced to learn the Islam conversion prayer. While some parents are completely outraged, most […]

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