Monthly Archives: July 2021

FreeMatt in Review: 7-26 to 7-30

Big difference between enjoyment and escapism. In the meantime, check out this week’s FreeMatt in Review. The Tragedy That We Put On The Disabled I speak of a famous and influential “cripple” from history and a lesson that many haven’t … Continue reading

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The Tragedy That We Put On The Disabled

Reflecting back on to interesting days in history, Otto von Bismarck, a man known as the Iron Chancellor passed away July 30th, 1898. von Bismarck was the central name behind the unification of the German states into the empire of … Continue reading

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SSUBR: The Book You Can’t Finish

I wanted to take a polite time out and tell you that I didn’t have a posting for today. But I was reading Noble Brown’s The White Arrow, it is the one book that gets interrupted with everyday life’s events … Continue reading

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FBI Using the Same Fear Tactic From the First War on Terror: Orchestrating its Own Terrorism Plots (Reblog)

I am not 100% sure of his claims but it is worth digging into. Feel free to read into various viewpoints. I know that Greenwald has detractors, but I wish that Congress would also dig into some of these events, … Continue reading

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The Matters w/ Matt: A Jury Full of Friends

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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Women Are on the Verge of Being Forced Into Military Conscription Due to a Perverse Notion of ‘Equality’ (Reblog)

I found it weird that they didn’t want to end “Selective Service” registration (or signing up for the draft) instead of adding women to it. Does this mean that feminists want women to be drafted or that feminists fell asleep … Continue reading

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The Permanent Solution To The Unmeasurable Problem: One Man Killed Suicide

The real reason for not committing suicide is because you always know how swell life gets again after the hell Is over. Ernest Hemingway. Letter, 1926. In Frederich Busch, “Reading Hemingway Without Guilt,” New York Times Book Review, 12 January … Continue reading

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New Video: A Warning To The Delusional

I share with you a new video. It is a tragic story of the downsides of being a mediocre woman with substandard friends, coupled with a job that only an idealist could find worthy. Ladies; learn from her negative examples. … Continue reading

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My Case Against “Representing” My Old Crew

I have remembered fondly many times with guys I hung out with. Between cracking jokes, scrounging money for illicit alcohol, and various other fun activities, we had a blast. I left it behind when I went into the military. When … Continue reading

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Getting to Galt’s Gulch: Everyday Secession (Reblog)

I also have issues with the imperialist minded among me. It is one thing that common Americans don’t benefit at all, but it is another that all it does is make us look like crap to most people around the … Continue reading

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