ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT PIECE ON VOTER FRAUD — MUST READ!

The following is an absolutely brilliant piece on voter fraud. THIS IS A MUST READ! Copied from Thomistic Thinker Skeptical of Voter Fraud in 2020? Here’s Your Evidence. Posted on November 20, 2020 by Gil Sanders [Updated Nov 25th at 2:55 PM MST] Has anyone ever told you that “You can’t do it” and “You’re … Continue reading ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT PIECE ON VOTER FRAUD — MUST READ!

LESSONS IN LOGIC: Occam’s Razor Requires A Data Vector

This should be something most of us learned in high school. Unfortunately, especially for the younger members of our society, it isn't taught much. So, if you already know and understand this, please bear with me while I cover this very important principle -- for the sake of those among us who don't know, or … Continue reading LESSONS IN LOGIC: Occam’s Razor Requires A Data Vector

Let’s Look At This Election Fight Another Way

I am getting rather tired of people arguing over how many votes can be 'flipped,' or even the claim of counting the 'legal' and not the 'illegal' votes. If we will simply look to the rule of law -- and apply it properly -- all of this can be resolved rather quickly. First, let's acknowledge … Continue reading Let’s Look At This Election Fight Another Way

No Evidence! No Evidence?

There are two sides in this nation right now: those who are presenting clear, demonstrable and irrefutable evidence of wide-spread, systematic voter fraud, and the side that just keeps repeating 'There's no credible evidence of systemic vote fraud." Well, these two sides cannot both be correct: either there was wide-spread fraud or there wasn't. We … Continue reading No Evidence! No Evidence?

What You See Is All About Where You Stand

Now, I'm not sure, but I suspect, when he uttered these words, Voltaire had religion, and more specifically, Christianity in mind. I base this on his otherwise vicious attacks upon the Christian religion. From what I've read, the notion of a Creator who remains active in the affairs of Man struck Voltaire as an 'absurdity.' … Continue reading What You See Is All About Where You Stand