Rolling Stone destroyed whatever was left of its journalistic credibility by running a libelous accusation of a horrible crime. Now the magazine is looking at a huge lawsuit from the young men who were defamed.
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As my longtime readers know, there are very few animals I like: Mickey Mouse. Tony the Tiger. The Care Bears. Scooby Doo. Batman. And... um... Nope, that's about it. Those are the only animals we need to keep around.
Okay, look, I'm not going to pretend I'm a fan of Donald Trump. I think he's a ridiculous crybaby, I dislike him as a person, and he'd do a terrible job as President of the United States. (Almost as terrible as Hillary Clinton, but even he's not that bad.) After this weekend, though, I have to admit... he won me over a little! He showed us his softer side, he proved he can laugh at himself, and he was a real team player with the rest of the cast. I really don't want to vote for him unless I'm given no choice, but that was pretty good. So here, in no particular order, are five moments from this weekend's SNL that I really enjoyed:
Another day, another act of violence that's completely unconnected to anybody's religious beliefs.
Kudos to the indispensable Ace of Spades blog for pointing out this lovely -- and socially just -- modern music...
Our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters in the media are nothing if not scrupulously consistent.
Only 15 times. Which isn't that many, when it comes to Obama's many, many, many broken promises.
an Islamic terrorist a person who just happens to be a Muslim commits an act of violence, naturally our first instinct is to worry about all the other Muslims who feel sorry for themselves. Sure, it's too bad about the victims of the actual physical violence and all that, but we need to keep our priorities in order.
As we've all learned over the past 8 years, when a black guy runs for president, anything you say to criticize him is racist. Because, see, he's black. "What are you doing? Just agree with him, or people will call you names. You don't want people to call you names, do you?"
I'm no Constitutional scholar, but it seems to me that the text of the First Amendment is very clear:
Just one Muslim. Acting alone. And it has nothing to do with anyone or anything else.
We all remember that magic moment during the first Democratic Party debate, when Bernie Sanders really stuck it to those wingnuts who keep pointing out Hillary Clinton's lies about her emails:
I don't, but then, I'm a teabagging wingnut redneck in Flyover Country. What about people in our smartest state, California? Do they think sharia law is bogus, or do they find it awesome?
While members of the media and fans of Hillary Clinton (pardon the redundancy) have lauded her for brushing her shoulders off while testifying before the Benghazi Committee about her many, many lies, the rest of us keep getting hung up on her many, many lies.
This story was just so interesting that I had to share it with my millions and millions of smart, good-looking readers.
Hey, that's not me saying it. That's our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters saying it.
Another day, another terror plot that's completely unrelated to any other terror plot, past or future.
It was a perfect storm of progressive outrage: An African-American woman, the dean of a journalism school, was cruelly and needlessly accosted by a couple of racist Texas cops, just because she was walking down the street in her own neighborhood. They didn't like a black woman walking around where she wasn't supposed to be, huh? She didn't know her place, is that it? Clearly, we still live in Emmett Till's America.
The evidence just keeps piling up. Hillary Clinton is a liar.
When Islamic terrorists attack people, the real victims are always Muslims. So it makes sense that when the FBI tries to prevent the sort of radicalization that leads to attacks by Islamic terrorists, the real victims are Muslims.