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Underrated tweets. Ortho Jew / poli conservative. Mr. @JaneBColeman. Dhillon Law: commercial litigation, speech, trademarks. Econ nerd. Podcast @colemannation1
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Sep 13, 2018 4 tweets 1 min read
Every bit as much a gentleman as he is, today, a scholar: I give you LaWreNCe TRIbE And this leads me to the Coleman Unified Political Field theory: that the Left's entire appeal now is premised on the appeal to (purported) authority.

Forget substance. Trust (our now wholly-owned) institutions and brands. The FBI. The judiciary. Carl Bernstein. The AP. Etc.
Sep 9, 2018 4 tweets 2 min read
In which I foolishly entertain a total stranger in my DM's and am nonetheless found wanting for failing sufficiently to distance myself from ultra-rightists like @Cernovich and @SethAMandel: 1 of 2 Part 2: DM stands for "demented meltdown"
Sep 5, 2018 4 tweets 1 min read
Just ate in a pizza shop that I've been coming to for at least 30 years.

It starts to add up. The years, and the pizza. To clarify: I didn't come here every day for 30 years. They're closed on Saturdays.
Sep 4, 2018 8 tweets 2 min read
I don't think you personally have to have working class cred to have an opinion about work. But it sure helps in that department if you've ever had to wear steel-toed shoes to do your job. Also not for nothing if you've ever lugged cartons of tube socks to a flea market on the weekend to help your parents pay for your college education.

Three for $2.75. *Like the sign says* (damn it)
Sep 3, 2018 4 tweets 1 min read
Average guy explains lack of personality of famously popular and effectual person he's never met for us Hilarious. Before he became the GOP nominee for POTUS, Trump was known as a louche reality TV star, relentless self-promoter and entrepreneur of various degrees of success who, still, had undeniably had been a significant real estate developer. In other words, a personality.
Aug 30, 2018 4 tweets 3 min read
Well, @NewMexicoOAG?

Well, Department of Justice? The problem is there's #noaccountability.

Not for prosecutors.
Not for law enforcement.
Not for *anyone in government.*

Knowing this, why would we expect better outcomes?

Aug 22, 2018 4 tweets 1 min read
Before yesterday's phenomenal news burst his bubble, @stephenfhayes had been under the firm impression that Donald Trump was...

What was it again, Stephen? In all seriousness:

Trump was blackmailed by a disreputable woman because he did something that demonstrated a lack of moral character and discretion.

His judgment regarding whom to trust with managing the blackmailer is far more troubling to me.
Aug 20, 2018 23 tweets 5 min read
There's all kinds of regulation over commerce, and most of us conservatives are familiar with and can readily cite examples of where it has failed or even produced exactly the opposite result of what was purported to be intended, or worse. > > OTOH we take a lot of regulation that almost certainly does increase welfare, arguably at a trivial cost in terms of economic liberty, for granted. You don't want to think of what you'd be eating every day if not for the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906, for example. >
Aug 19, 2018 9 tweets 2 min read
Proposed constitutional amendment: Any increase in an elected official's net worth (or that of his or her spouse) greater than 10% during his term of service or the next five years after leaving office is taxed at 100%.

Proceeds to children and puppies of course Next: If your next worth after leaving office exceeds $50 million you pay for your own private security. We give you one full time Secret Service liaison plus certain enhanced protection on a showing of temporary need.
Aug 17, 2018 6 tweets 3 min read
Has there been any explanation put forward yet for the stunning, massive destruction of crime scene evidence at the #TaosCompound by local authorities?

I assume #journalism is all over this Seriously @NewMexicoOAG - what's the story here? How did you permit the wholesale destruction of not just crime scene evidence but *the crime scene* itself? What oversight was involved in this process?
Jul 16, 2018 11 tweets 5 min read
That President who wanted to enhance #Russia's security by reducing the U.S. deterrent… That President who eliminated missile defense in Eastern Europe chasing after better relations with #Russia…
Jul 13, 2018 7 tweets 1 min read
I've become a big fan of Trump, as friends know. Still, he's awful at extemporaneous speech - worse than GWB even. Charming and loquacious, yes, but his imprecision with words, responsiveness to questions are painful. The importance of oral communication in politics is obvious. Reagan, not only a former veteran actor but an avid writer and reader, was the only non-lawyer POTUS in my lifetime who was good at it.
Jun 27, 2018 23 tweets 4 min read
This is the future of the Democrats. And they can't do anything about it. I'll explain. Remember during the primaries when Democrat officials refused to condemn or even define socialism as such, in reaction to Bernie?

It wasn't really because of just left vagueness.

And it wasn't because they're (all) socialists. >
May 25, 2018 6 tweets 1 min read
Every unjustified, lying redaction and every phony claim of "lost" texts and emails by the FBI / DOJ must be prosecuted. These seemingly trivial ingredients are the raw material of tyranny in our time - the arrogance of state power, the betrayal of equal justice, the subversion of the minimum accountability that should be the necessary condition of the many privileges we have ceded for "security."
May 3, 2018 25 tweets 4 min read
4D Chess: Let me say this about that.

I remain skeptical regarding some of the more extreme claims involving Q-like meta-counter-coup planning by Trump, Sessions and the Anti-Illuminati, though OTOH the Mueller-as-white-hat-angle is in fact not yet resolved. But: > > I find the concept entirely plausible because it is not, in fact, that far out. It is internally logical in most respects, whereas the standard alternative narrative requires faith in the notion that Trump is impotent and clueless,. This premise is not consistent >
Apr 27, 2018 4 tweets 1 min read
More than that. Much more. Trump is outflanking everyone because his approach to negotiations, institutions - not least the press - and communications is simply not that of the permanent political cadre.

The fact is however that it is >
Apr 20, 2018 14 tweets 2 min read
I take it back. The DNC is using Cohen Milstein, the kings of class-actions. Contingency.

Unbelievable. Imagine: the Democrats, who expect to occupy the White House again someday soon, are *suing Russia.*

After this, why would Putin or a successor ever deal with a Democrat President?
Feb 27, 2018 11 tweets 3 min read
I'm open to claims against market-dominant outlets such as Twitter or Google regarding biased content censorship. In particular I think there may be an angle that relates to the fact that much of that censorship is in fact government-mandated censorship - just not our government. I also believe there was antitrust merit to the @getongab lawsuit against Google arising from the latter's conduct in connection with its Play Store, but then again I wrote it. Unfortunately I parted ways with the client and they dropped the suit.
Jan 30, 2018 4 tweets 2 min read
Friends, this non-insider but wizened observer predicts that even if it all falls out a la @Imperator_Rex3 @drawandstrike @ThomasWictor, Obama is no more than named an unindicted co-conspirator. FWIW. And if it *doesn't* fall out that way?

I call woodworking shop in the reeducation camp