The Rolling Stone story about a horrific gang-rape at the University of Virginia isn't as much of a disaster as its critics have claimed. It's far, far worse.
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When Republicans do something, it's bad. When Democrats do the very same thing, it becomes good. That's true of everything else, so why not this?
Lena Dunham was paid lots and lots of money to write a memoir. In it, she claimed to have been raped at Oberlin College by a "mustachioed campus Republican" named Barry. Barry wore purple cowboy boots and hosted a radio show that Dunham called by name. She assigned a number of other specific details to Barry. Also, she didn't say that "Barry" was a pseudonym, as she did when writing about several other people who've been lucky enough to wander into her life.
I'm a racebaiting racist for listening to what this woman has to say, and I'm an even bigger racebaiting racist for sharing it with you. That's because she doesn't think of herself as a victim, she doesn't excuse criminal behavior, and she's not going to be bullied into silence.
"A watched pot never boils." "Don't take any wooden nickels." "A stitch in time saves nine." We all remember those powerful words from the Bible, don't we? Well, at least President Barack Obama does.
I'm just gonna leave this right here.
Random House ‘Fires Back At Breitbart’ By Apologizing To Lena Dunham’s Victim, Offering Cash In Exchange For Charitable Donation
Last week, Breitbart's John Nolte did the job the mainstream media doesn't want to do: He tried to determine if there's any factual basis for Lena Dunham's rape accusation in her best-selling memoir, Not That Kind of Girl. In it, Dunham claims that an Oberlin "campus Republican" named "Barry" raped her when she was 19. As it turns out, at the time there was only one Republican on the Oberlin campus named Barry, and he says he didn't do it.
I'm unfamiliar with the life and work of the woman calling herself "Mary Omni," but if the following spoken-word piece is any indication, she can teach us a lot about race relations and immigration in America.
Daily Beast’s Michael Tomasky To Southerners: Failing To Reelect A White Politician To A Fourth Term Is Racist
Michael Tomasky is not taking Mary Landrieu's humiliating electoral loss very well. He's as gracious in defeat as he was magnanimous in victory just two years ago. Which is to say, not in the least.
When you're writing a news story about left-wing violence, it's important to use the word "peaceful" as often as possible. You wouldn't want to seem unsympathetic to people whose hearts are in the right place, even when their feet and fists are in cop cars and store windows.
Update: Surveillance footage shows that this woman was lying. I regret the error.
The last time I paid any attention to Lena Dunham, she was explaining why she wasn't really comparing herself to a sexual predator when she compared herself to a sexual predator. Now her claim to have been the prey in another act of sexual assault is being fact-checked. This is bad news for people who don't think facts matter in such accusations.
Erica Garner is black, so the following can't be racist. She's the man's daughter, so you can hardly accuse her of not caring. But I'm sure her opinion is invalid for some other reason. It's simply not what she's supposed to think.
And if that seems unnecessarily harsh, well, he was askin' for it. Did you see what he was wearing?
Yes, that's what I said. One "evil" isn't enough to describe the evil evilness of this evil shirt.
I'm calling it. This right here, this is a game-changer. Prepare to have your preconceptions about Hillary Clinton, country music, and American life itself blown all to $#!+, y'all!
The following is a pretty remarkable lie, even for Obama.
Hey, it was true then and it's true now.
Making death threats is a bad idea in the first place. Publishing them on the Internet? Dumb and dumber and dumbest.