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Larry, Moe and the Curley Effect
James Michael Curley, a four-time mayor of Boston, used wasteful redistribution to his poor Irish constituents to buy votes, while he used incendiary rhetoric/policies to encourage richer citizens to emigrate from Boston, thereby shaping the electorate in his favor. Boston stagnated, the people suffered, but the chickens kept voting for Colonel Sanders (e.g. Curley kept winning elections). The Curley effect is inefficient redistributive policies pushed by incumbent politicians to shape the electorate through emigration of their opponents or reinforcement of class identities. In other words, California (and the lefts) political model.


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Terms

We can't communicate effectively if we don't agree on what words or terms mean. Cultural Marxists decided that since they uusally can't win through honesty, logic, history and facts, they could win by twisting/perverting meanings (especially in popular culture and colleges), to distort every discussion into a debate on pedantics, or use truthspeak as a litmus test for who is properly indoctrinated/compliant. This section isn't intended as a comprehensive dictionary, but just to stop that gaslighting, by defining what I (and often history/society means or should mean) when using a term. Not what the far left is trying to re-invent terms into.

California

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The land of intolerance, hypocrisy and progressivism... but I repeat myself. This article lists some examples of the intolerance, incompetence, and progressivism that has come to exemplify the Golden State. (NOTE: While the Golden State once referred to the color of the dried grass hills so common in California, it now refers to the vagrant urine covered streets of San Francisco or L.A.)