Do you guys remember Evil Neil Gorsuch? That guy Donald Trump nominated to take Antonin Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court? I know, it’s been a few news cycles, and more than a few Democrat freakouts since you last heard them bashing him. Wonder why that is? There are two reasons that he’s no longer in the news much, despite the fact that his confirmation | Read More »
I’m being 100% serious about this. I don’t understand what the outrage here is. If you did not catch the story, zookeepers shot and killed a gorilla that was dragging around a four-year-old boy who had managed to get into his cage. The argument seems to be divided into three camps. Those Who Apparently Think The Kid Should Have Died So The Gorilla Could Live | Read More »
There’s been a minor uproar over some North Carolina school kids who burst into singing the national anthem at the 9/11 memorial the other day. Some sources have absurdly claimed that the kids were asked to stop singing because the national anthem was “offensive” while others have just expressed general outrage that kids cannot sing the national anthem anywhere they want at any time. You | Read More »
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Yesterday, I wrote about comedy in politics, and where the line between comedian and punditry is. Now, let’s flip the subject: at what point does politics crossover into comedy’s territory? Over the last few years, efforts have been made to make sure that comedy, like all forms of entertainment, is made to be politically correct. This is a Herculean task for the PC Crowd, because of | Read More »
Wisconsin GOP Congressman Paul Ryan’s leadership PAC, Prosperity Action, asked the Federal Election Commission for permission in advance of doing something fairly logical. They want to buy copies of Ryan’s published book, The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea, to give away to supporters, in conjunction with a book tour. Of course they’d also help promote the book, since its author is also their candidate.
In an Orwellian reversal, the FEC responded to Ryan’s innocuous request with not one, but two drafts. The second, “Draft B”, would be a major policy change, calling the PAC’s purchase a “third party contribution” with “excessive personal use.”
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