As we all know, Hillary Clinton is a shameless liar. She lies almost as much as Donald Trump. She lies a lot.
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Traditionally, apologies don't contain lies. So the statement Katie Couric just put out doesn't qualify as an apology.
If you were anywhere near civilization over the Memorial Day weekend, you know about the kid who clambered into a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo and got dragged around like a ragdoll by a silverback named Harambe. There's video, of course, because everybody has a smartphone:
Move over, Adolf. There's a new book-burner in town!
Did you know there are black people in China? It never occurred to me that there would be, but apparently there are. China doesn't seem like a super-awesome place for a black person to hang out. I mean, those dudes are racist against the Japanese.
When the White House declared that President Barack Obama would visit Hiroshima but would not apologize for bombing it in 1945, I was pleasantly surprised. I assumed that meant he really wouldn't apologize for bombing Hiroshima.
Back in the old days (2008 and thereabouts), when the media wanted a story to go away, they just straight-up buried it. They simply didn't report on it. They assumed that, being the gatekeepers they'd always been and always would be, they could keep the news from hopping the fence and getting out to the public. They did it with John Edwards' illegitimate baby, Van Jones' commie pinko past, ACORN committing voter fraud, etc. They just kept the news off their pages and broadcasts, hoping it would go away.
If you're thinking about publishing a sex tape of an ex-wrestler, or anybody else for that matter, here's a better idea: Don't.
I'm not sure I'm really #ManEnough4Hillary. I'm definitely not #DumbEnough2Fall4Trump, but that's another story.
Sometimes a crisis can bring two people together. And when I say sometimes, I mean very rarely. Okay, never.
If you haven't thought about Katie Couric in a while, she really doesn't like that.
If you've seen Captain America: Civil War -- and considering it's made $350 million in less than three weeks, you probably have -- you may have had the same quibble I did. Sure, it had action and adventure and an interesting ideological conflict between two groups of good guys, but... Steve Rogers is super-boring, isn't he?
I always liked Hulk Hogan more as a solo wrestler than as part of a tag team, but in this case I'll make an exception.
When all the Bill Cosby stuff started coming out, I hoped it wasn't true, but it did put some of his early stand-up work in perspective:
It's just two more months until the premiere of the all-new, all-vagina Ghostbusters! Are you ready? Of course you're ready. Lots and lots of people want to see this movie, which by all indications will be funny and scary and good.
Animals are dumb and I don't like them. If an animal tries to kill a human being, then the animal must be killed. That's all there is to it. Even if, um, the human being totally wants the animal to kill him.
The first rule of identity politics: In any dispute involving Muslims, the victims are always Muslims. Always, always, always.
I've never been a fan of the Huffington Post, mainly because of their lack of diversity. No, I'm not talking about this lack of diversity:
This November, you'll be told that you need to choose between a criminal and a lunatic. Why not vote for a candidate who's arguably both?