For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? – Mark 8:36 I know how you feel. Donald Trump is making you […]
Hunter Biden: The GOP Declares victory over incredulity
With evidence of Trump’s corruption mounting the hot topic around DC is naturally impeachment Hunter Biden… I’ll assume you’ve been following the news and don’t need me to backstory this for you. […]
Photoshop’s new “Personality Correction” feature
Photoshop has a new filter that auto-adjusts a subject’s moral character. What do you think? This caused a bit of a kerfuffle on Facebook yesterday, so if you have objections please log […]
The most dangerous word in Washington: “reform”
“Reform” is a DC euphemism for “somebody is about to get fucked.” The McDonald’s hot coffee case illustrates the point. Sam Ervin, the late, famed North Carolina senator who presided over the […]
Why is America still celebrating Socialism? Labor Day has to end.
It’s time America said enough to Commie holidays. What is Labor Day and where did it come from? Let’s turn to Wikipedia for a brief summary: Beginning in the late 19th century, […]
Bruce Bartlett and the faux-serious political person kabuki boogaloo
Bartlett, long a fluffer for those who helped make America suck again, has now rebranded himself as a principled serious person who can be counted on to criticize both sides. You know, […]
Sanders, Clinton, Nevada, and the wages of political despair
History is full of lessons about what happens when people realize the game is rigged against them. Brian has an interesting take on the recent Nevada Democratic caucus dustup, and if you […]
America 101: we are not a democracy and never have been; is this good or bad?
America is famed – especially in our own collective mind – for being the greatest democracy in history. This is a fun and noble self-image. But “democracy” is a word with a […]
Slate wonders if Trump is succeeding because of racism. Well duh.
Racism is the single most defining political issue in the history of America, after all. Jamelle Bouie, Slate’s chief political correspondent, has penned an analysis of the role racism plays in the success […]
Stochastic terrorism and “lone wolves”: why aren’t Marco Rubio and Carly Fiorina in jail this morning?
I’m not a lawyer, but I have a question. Maybe two. Inciting someone to break the law – that’s a crime, right? (I know, the Brandenburg test leans heavily on “imminent,” so […]