Category Archives: Politics

OMG OMG OMG OMG

People just going crazy about OMG OMG OMG OMG everything. None of you can just look at a sunrise, or a puppy, or anything beautiful at all, and not make it political? Seriously, you’re all srsly’ing yourselves to death. And … Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech vs. Right to Fire

Kat Timpf got it right, as did Ben Shapiro, when it came to Roseanne Barr’s show getting cancelled.  And here’s why: ABC (and the NFL, for that matter) have a right, as companies, to fire anyone they want to.  It’s … Continue reading

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Unfair, Vanity

So I’m reading Real Clear Politics headlines, tonight, and a piece in Vanity Fair struck my eye. It’s by Peter Hamby from Snapchat (whoever and whatever they are), and his piece is all about the fact that the Democrats’ message … Continue reading

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Y’All Better Get This Straight

“Stopping Mueller isn’t about one president or one party. It’s about all presidents and all parties. It’s about cleaning out and reforming the deep state so that our intelligence operations are never used against opposing campaigns without the firmest of … Continue reading

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Imagine…If You Will

Imagine, if you will, that George W. Bush felt worried about an outsider like Obama taking over the White House.  So he takes opposition research from McCain and uses it against this new incoming President to spy on him before … Continue reading

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Madness Forms…or Not

In the winter of my discontent, I feel hollow and empty because my love is dead and the only people left alive in my life don’t understand me for crying over my dead. It’s enough to make one mad, only, … Continue reading

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On Being Honest

I’ve pulled some real doozies in my lifetime, where I was afraid to go home to my Mom and say, “Mom, I screwed up.” But, eventually, when I’ve screwed up, I’ve had to go to my Mom and say, “Mom, … Continue reading

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