We lose by arguing on the left’s “terms”

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An awesome, incredible post to nonpluss y’all

Word meanings get mangled in use, often becoming twisted 180 degrees. Consider the word nonplussed. In Latin it means no more, as in “Please, I can’t take no more!” Type nonplussed into Google and you get this: (of a person) surprised and confused so...

Avoid this cliche like ebola

Two talking heads on the radio. One says that Democrats in red states are “avoiding Obama like the plague.” Really, that’s the best turn of phrase? Update it man, it’s ebola! Democrats are avoiding Obama like ebola.

Where “High-tech” came from

I was playing with a Google tool that lets you see the frequency of words or phrases in books over time. Just for fun, I searched on “high-tech” and as I expected, the term came into use in the early 1980s. But it was coined to describe an interior design...