Author Archives: Jeremy Daggett

The Kurdish Betrayal… or, The Media Betrayal… or, Why Don’t I Trust Media Anymore?

By Jeremy Daggett on in Media Bias

I remember when I heard about the Turkish version of shock and awe, and heard the explosions and devastation from the ABC newscast (I was not watching the TV). I thought to myself, only half joking, “I bet that’s stock … Continue reading

Russell Conjugation

By Jeremy Daggett on in Uncategorized

This is well worth the 7:36. See the entire segment at

Who Wrote the Mueller Report? Not Mueller.

By Jeremy Daggett on in Uncategorized

Whatever we learned last week from the hearing, it is clear that Mueller learned just as much or more, to paraphrase Devin Nunes. I don’t want to pile on Mr. Mueller, but I’m not alone in wondering what’s happened to … Continue reading

Jordan Peterson… What’s the Big Deal Anyway?

By Jeremy Daggett on in Jordan Peterson

Jordan B. Peterson has become quite the lightning rod. Why is this? His main message is one of personal responsibility. Take control of your life. Confront and overcome the darkness and evil in your own soul. That is summed up, … Continue reading

The New Dogmatists

By Jeremy Daggett on in Conservative, Entertainment, Homosexual Unions, Liberal, Libertarian, Media Bias, Morality, Traditional

When a certain group puts a book on a forbidden index because it is vulgar, harmful, despicable, heinous, vile… well that’s intolerant, hateful censorship. When another group does it, well then it’s valiant, courageous, the right thing to do. But … Continue reading

Lindsey Graham and Privacy

By Jeremy Daggett on in Uncategorized

“I’m a Verizon customer. I don’t mind Verizon turning over records to the government if the government is going to make sure that they try to match up a known terrorist phone with somebody in the United States. I don’t … Continue reading

Homosexual Unions, Prop 8, DOMA and Supreme Court—Part 2

By Jeremy Daggett on in DOMA, Homosexual Unions, Marriage, Supreme Court

I often hear that the government shouldn’t be involved in this anyway. Well, that may be right, but it’s not a factor here.  An interesting exchange did take place between Justice Kagan and Mr. Clement about how unprecedented it is … Continue reading

Homosexual Unions, Prop 8, DOMA and Supreme Court—Part 1—updated with new material

By Jeremy Daggett on in DOMA, Homosexual Unions, Marriage, Morality, Supreme Court, Traditional

I would highly suggest listening to both oral arguments presented to the Supreme Court Tuesday and Wednesday. On Prop 8: On DOMA: There is much to think about in these cases before the Supreme Court. The arguments made by all … Continue reading

Ted Cruz vs. Dianne Feinstein

By Jeremy Daggett on in Dianne Feinstein, Gun Control, Gun Rights, Ted Cruz

The interesting exchange between Cruz and Feinstein over gun control brought out in bold relief the theoretical and philosophical differences between a libertarian/conservative/traditional view of government and a liberal/progressive/socialist(ish) view. Just listen to the back-an-forth: Senator Cruz framed the question … Continue reading

Rand Paul and the Filibuster

By Jeremy Daggett on in Drones, Eric Holder, President Obama, Rand Paul

I know I have said that all politicians are stinking liars, but St. Paul did say the same about all Cretans and I am sure that there were and are exceptions in both cases. Say what you want about Rand … Continue reading

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