Worth Reading To Connect The Dots

I found one minor error and the tenor of the piece is typically alarmist. Nevertheless, this piece on the Kirk and their grand plans is useful for filling in the some of the picture and for connecting some dots. E.g., I learned that red balloon dot work, which purports to help those who have been terminated due to vaccine mandates (an even more pressing concern now that the federal mandate is to go into effect in January, 2022) is connected to the Kirk.


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  1. “…when social conservatives are seeking to roll back basic tenets of US life such as legal abortion, as well as dominating powerful national institutions, such as the supreme court.”

    Ha. Abortion a “basic tenet of US life.” That’s hilarious. Methinks the bias of the author may have something important to say about why this piece is so alarmist.

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