CryptoPonzi Kid Headed for the Hoosegow

In 1650, The Anglican Church Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland, James Ussher, published a book in which he presented his calculations that determined the true age of the Earth. In it, he concluded that God had finished His work with that particular project on “the entrance of the night preceding the 23rd day… Continue reading CryptoPonzi Kid Headed for the Hoosegow

TikTok’s Time of Tribulation

In the nineteen fifties, disaffected, sociopathic, hormonally precocious teenagers in the United States often expressed their rebellion against the adult world by engaging in games involving various kinds of reckless driving. One such practice, favored by particularly suicidal types of what were called, at the time, “juvenile delinquents,” was known as “Chicken,” so named because… Continue reading TikTok’s Time of Tribulation

Ron DeSantis Ponders Aping his Superhero

As the 117th Congress ends its lame duck session and prepares to limp, like Old Father Time at New Years, into the labyrinthine hall of mirrors that is history, the January 6 Committee prepares for its most significant vote, one that, in order to ratify its underlying action, must be unanimous; the issue under consideration… Continue reading Ron DeSantis Ponders Aping his Superhero

The Hunter Games

Starting last Thursday, Gretchen kept getting calls from Hunter Biden, requesting a consultation. As it happens, Hunter is on my list of people who have to pay up front – there are plenty of good reasons for not waiting for Hunter Biden to pay a bill. The first time he called, he told her he… Continue reading The Hunter Games

Inflation’s Hot, So Bitcoin’s Not

Speaking of Hell, as I was at the end of the previous post, the difference between Hell and Washington DC in the summer has always been that Hell has dry heat. So, I would point out that all those folks elsewhere in the United States who think the people in Washington should go to Hell… Continue reading Inflation’s Hot, So Bitcoin’s Not