What Is Blind Lemur Conservatives?

It began as a joke – something so obvious even a blind lemur could see it. Then it got applied to politics. As we have gotten further from the ideal of a just, equitable, and small, government, it becomes more and more important to see clearly what is happening. BLC is about bucking the narrative, and applying the same rules and standards to all.

Forgiveness

When do sins 'fall off'? This has become a topic of discussion in American politics, with the revelation that the Governor of Virginia, Ralph Northam, appears in either blackface or KKK robes in his college yearbook; the Lt. Governor, Justin Fairfax, stands accused of...

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Green New Deal

Introduced yesterday in both the House and Senate (identical text, so far as I can tell), the self-proclaimed "Green New Deal" is the sort of red meat that is designed to freak out the Republicans, energize and rally the neo-socialist and progressive Democrats, and...

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The Jussie Smollett Saga

2AM January 29th. Chicago, IL. It is about 6 degrees out. Possibly cooler based on location (the official readings are taken about 15 miles NW of where this story begins). According to Jussie Smollett, who is on the show 'Empire' on Fox (which I have never watched nor...

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The Erasure of Monica Rambeau

Who? Monica Rambeau, the second Captain Marvel, after the death of the Kree Captain Mar-Vell in 1982. Monica took on the name from 1982 to 1996. After her came Genis-Vell (original's son), Phyla-Vell (daughter), Khn'nr (Skrull), Noh-Varr (for like one storyline), then...

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Rushing To Condemn

I stayed off Twitter on Sunday. Less as an intentional action, and more as I just didn't check it because I didn't think about it. So this morning, when I saw the counter of unread posts, I knew one of two things had happened - either William Shatner (@williamshatner)...

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State of Trump’s Union

He shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient. — Article II, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution   Doesn't say how. Or where.   In fact,...

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Shutdown Theater

Without going into causes, the government shutdown has been a fascinating example of why we need to reform the system, possibly by firing with prejudice everyone in the current system. First, if the essential functions of government can continue with around 380,000...

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Friends & Enemies

Few things irk more than defending a public figure. They should, especially when they sought that public status, be prepared and able to defend themselves. Or hire people whose skill lies in that field. But then, Trump. Where there is a level of derangement in the...

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Origins Game Fair – Where Discourse Is Unwelcome

First things first. I don't have a dog in this hunt. I was not planning on attending Origins, and never would have, as it is in Ohio, and I simply won't go to that state unless absolutely necessary. So this doesn't impact my plans in the least. Second things...I am...

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On The Subject Of Pride

We heard an awful lot about how hateful the white pride movement is this past weekend. And have been hearing it for at least a year, probably longer. I tend to tune it out because in my experience the people most likely to shout about the evils of white pride are the...

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