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I'm not going to make any jokes about this. It would be redundant.
You tell 'em, Bibi. The UN isn't useless. It's worse than useless.
Step 1: Find a place where white folks tend to congregate.
Step 2: Spoil their day because they resemble people you don't like.
America, 2015: Where a kid can't bite a Pop Tart into the shape of a gun, but his parents can suppress his puberty with drugs because he likes dolls.
Do you really need to see something for yourself to know whether or not it's true?
Last week, German Lopez at the "explanatory journalism" site Vox.com helpfully explained that the Pope is -- brace yourself! -- Catholic. Somewhere, Jeff Bezos is kicking himself for refusing to throw money at Vox EIC Ezra Klein.
I'm asking all you abortion enthusiasts out there. You talk about killing an unwanted child -- sorry, make that "inducing fetal demise" -- as a matter of women's health. You say it's a woman's body and therefore it's her choice. But what if she doesn't make that choice until the last possible second?
Hillary hasn't started measuring the drapes in the White House just yet, you guys. She knows you're all eager for her to get to work for the American people and all that, but just take it down a notch, okay?
I almost feel bad for abortion enthusiasts. They come up with a perfectly good talking point to deflect questions about killing babies and selling their organs for a profit, and Cecile Richards comes along and accidentally blurts out the truth instead.
Even Clock Kid's biggest fans must be having second thoughts about this whole thing, right? Or am I giving them too much credit for sense?
If you still believe in that sort of thing. Y'know... science.
Don't believe me? Just watch!
In 2015 America, we're reminded over and over that hate speech doesn't count as free speech. And that we're not the ones who get to decide the difference. So I'll withhold my opinion on the following.
If there's one thing I've learned in my time on the Internet, it's that you can make threats against police officers and white people as much as you want, as long as you do it on YouTube. Then it doesn't count. The pigs can't touch you.
In case you just got back from Mars: Last week, a young man in Texas named Ahmed Mohamed brought to school a device he had "invented," which consisted of the innards of an old Radio Shack alarm clock inside a pencil case. He was arrested and, because he's a Muslim, the President of the United States took an interest. (All you non-Muslim kids who got in trouble for finger-guns and Pop Tart-guns and American flag t-shirts and so forth? You're on your own.) So, young Ahmed has become the new face of Muslim victimhood. He's being fêted all over the place. Everyone is very eager to show off how racist they're not.
Lena Dunham molested her own sister, and she falsely accused a man of rape. Hillary Clinton laughed about freeing a child molester, and she attacked women who accused her husband of sexual assault. It was inevitable that these two strong, independent women would sit down and compare notes about being awful, awful human beings.
Should a person be denied the copyright to his own work, just because he's not actually a person?
No one likes to be criticized. It's hurtful and mean, and it makes us feel sad inside. It's just not fair. :(