“Believe In Something…” Is Really Shitty Life Advice

“Believe In Something…” Is Really Shitty Life Advice

Anyone heard anything about Nike’s new ad campaign? Just kidding, so let’s skip over the supporting links and the national conversation we’ve been having for 4 years about race, police brutality and whether not rioting, violence and killing innocent people are good or bad things. Let’s talk about something a bit more important: how bad … Read More

Weekly Trump-date: Rise Of The Progressive Princess Edition

Weekly Trump-date: Rise Of The Progressive Princess Edition

Whew lads, it’s turning into a real burner of a week. Once again, it is all the dipshits of the world versus our cunning and fearless leader, one President Donald J. Trump. Rise of the Progressive Princess Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Niña Pinta Santa-María is touring the country drumming up other peoples money faster than a dictator can execute their political … Read More

Intellectuals Need To Stop Making Excuses For The Media

Intellectuals Need To Stop Making Excuses For The Media

A few weeks ago I was having a discussion with a liberal, who happens to be a non-mainstream journalist. In the course of our discussion I asserted that 30 years ago Rush Limbaugh started an alternative to the mainstream outlets and now, 30 years later, Rush has won: his business model had been co-opted by … Read More

Fact Check: ABC’s Fake News About the Oath Keepers

Fact Check: ABC’s Fake News About the Oath Keepers

The source material for this article is a fake news article by ABC news. Please remember to only use source material links for fact checking. Clicking on Fake News provides financing for Fake News. Click with caution. My Background Information I started researching the Oath Keepers about a year ago, following the events in Charlotteville. … Read More

The Definition Of “Political”

The Definition Of “Political”

For this post I’ll be using the following definition of “political”: interested in or active in politics. For those that have known me all my life, they know I was “political” at age 14. I had subscriptions to Time and Newsweek (they were much more objective in that era). One of my classmates in social studies once … Read More