It's pretty annoying that the traitor and genetic male Bradley Manning got an early release from prison for telling everybody he was really a girl, and it's even more annoying that he's been embraced as a martyr by the mainstream media. But even more annoying than that is his use of emojis.
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Last week, everybody finally noticed that Valerie Plame has spent years saying nutty stuff about the Jews. But did you know that she didn't really mean it? That's what she's saying now. And what reason does she have to lie?
First he took down his pants. Then he took down Hillary Clinton. Today we find out how much time Anthony Weiner will spend in jail for messing around with a little girl.
I don't like the N-word, or the phrase "the N-word" (see Louis CK), but I'm also not going to be like Piers Morgan and play the game of "They Can Say It, So Why Can't We?" Personally, I never use the word except when I'm performing with Bring the Yellow Tape, my NWA cover band. And even then, I do the "air quotes" thing every single time.
It happened last May, and it just happened again.
I forget who first said "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" (if you care, Google it), but it's a pretty dumb way to live. What if the enemy of your enemy was Charles Manson, or the Unabomber, or Justin Bieber? Would that make you guys friends? Would you suddenly become pals?
As we learn more about what Anthony Weiner did to that 16-year-old girl, and as he thinks up funny lines to try on the prison yard to get out of his "beat-in," I thought it would be worthwhile to look back at the early days of his entirely self-inflicted downfall.
I can't stand anti-Semitism, which is just one of the many reasons I'm not on board the Alt-Right White Nationalist Pepe Train to Kekistan. I want nothing to do with those idiots. They can take their #RedPill and shove it where the Sonne scheint nicht.
I've never been able to watch Lawrence O'Donnell for more than a couple of minutes at a time, because he always looks like he's about to burst into a rage. He covers his simmering fury with a snide, faux-calm monotone purr, but I've always assumed that when the little red light on top of the TV camera goes off, so does he. His poor staffers...
As you might recall, when Chick-fil-A came to New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio called for a boycott because he doesn't believe in religious freedom. In response, New Yorkers voted with their bellies and wallets. Like everything else de Blasio does, the boycott was a bad idea that went nowhere.
Other than Hillary Clinton running again in 2020, I can't think of better news for Republicans than the following.
I think rape is such a horrible crime that it's very important to make sure a specific accusation is true before punishing people for it. Whereas our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters on the left think rape is such a horrible crime that any accusation serves as its own proof. We must #BelieveWomen, no matter what. Expressing any doubts or pointing out any inconsistencies in an accuser's story will get you branded a "rape denier." Well, if you want to know where that attitude leads, just look at what's happening to Rolling Stone.
No, folks, not my usual #NotAllMuslims. This time I'm confining my racism and Islamophobia to people with the last name Islam. Only one of those people did what you're about to see, so it doesn't really count. #NotAllIslams.
Speaking as a Hoosier and a fan of processed meats, I was heartbroken when it turned out Jared Fogle is a big piece of garbage. I'm glad he's in jail, but one thing has always bugged me about the whole fiasco: How did Subway IP Inc. not know? This creep got caught because he was blabbing to a reporter about what he was into, so it's not like he was keeping it to himself. He made Subway a lot of money over the years. Did they turn a blind eye to keep it rolling in?
I don't know anything about Dan Helmer, except that he's a Virginia Democrat running for Congress and he's a veteran of the U.S. Army. I respect his service to our country, and I wish him no ill will as he seeks to challenge Republican Barbara Comstock. But this campaign ad he just put out is the most baffling thing I've ever seen, and I've seen mother!.
Jann Wenner is putting Rolling Stone up for sale, and a lot of people are wondering if this is the end of an era. You might not like the magazine because of their UVA rape hoax, or their Jahar Tsarnaev cover, or just the simple realization that it's not 1974 anymore and you don't have to care what they think. But no matter what happens, over the past 50 years Rolling Stone has given us a lot of historical moments to treasure. It's been an important part of American culture since LBJ was president. Although it was tough to narrow down the following list, here are the Top 10 Reasons I'll Miss Rolling Stone Magazine. Drum roll, please... Number 10!
If you watched the Emmys last night, my condolences. I didn't tune in for a bunch of Democrats further alienating America and making themselves even more of a fringe party, because I can get that by turning on any channel of TV, or looking at any other form of media, at any hour of an average day in 2017. Putting Stephen Colbert in a tuxedo to do it for a few hours on a Sunday night in September seems redundant, but let them have their fun. This is all they have left.
ICYMI (In Case You Missed It), the other day a very important thing happened on CNN. No, seriously! A crucial moment in American history occurred on their air. Here's what it looked like:
I don't know if Antifa decided to take the night off, or if they were deterred by the extraordinary security precautions in Berkeley last night. Maybe they just got bored with being violent assholes. But I'm glad Ben Shapiro was able to speak there without any leftist idiots starting a riot.