Monthly Archives: November 2020

FreeMatt in Review: 11-16 to 11-20

There may be more sun than darkness and it may be the reverse. Things do change. In the meantime, check out this week’s FreeMatt in Review. Can We Hold Off On This? I take a departure from the normal to … Continue reading

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Can We Hold Off On This?

I took a timeout to bring up something that I would have asked myself years ago: Can we hold off on this? I have to ask people this now. Although I have made an argument on how “Tha’ Rona” wasn’t … Continue reading

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Another Battle Another Chance At Peace

Although peace was in short supply in our western civilization’s history, it does pale in comparison to our modern times. We may not have “war” in the traditional sense but we have armed conflict around the world. We see the … Continue reading

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The Matters w/ Matt: My Startless Love

Every Wednesday: I never fail to be disgusted with advice columns. I am unsure why they still get paid to do what they do. As always, I am in awe when it comes to awful examples like Dear Prudence and … Continue reading

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Morons Who Count For A Living Can’t Be Counted On

Economists seem to get a hard time from many people around me. (And when I say people, I specifically mean a wise creature known as Captain Capitalism aka Aaron Clarey). I was willing to give them a benefit of a … Continue reading

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The Religious On “Religion”

Feeling blessed to have stumbled on Rob (from Rob Says)’s piece Religion a few days ago, I was catapulted to a few memories tucked in my recesses. At one time in my life, I would criticize a non-religious person’s comments … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading, Listening to, And Concerned About

Reading: Roman at Opium Tales talks about something that might come in handy for the women in your midst, the truth. Have them read more and expand their knowledge base. Listening: Tex @ Texas Dom has some awesome insights regarding people … Continue reading

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FreeMatt in Review: 11-9 to 11-13

It isn’t too late for you to read up on nullification. In the meantime, check out this week’s FreeMatt in Review. Who Dares Wins When you play things safe, you shouldn’t be surprised when you watch others in the glory. … Continue reading

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Comportment and Decorum Apply In Places Where the Pearl Clutching Crew Do Not Tread

I hear often that a person of proper standing wouldn’t find themselves treading in a den of iniquity, holding congress with people of low societal standing, and being stimulated by acts of which one shouldn’t speak of. In life, I … Continue reading

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Unpopular Opinion: Crime Against Peace

Radhabinod Pal stood among a few that dared to dissent.  Without giving into my normal tendency to joke, he sat away from many others in his judgement during the International Military Tribunal for the Far East. He dared to reject … Continue reading

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