Blog - DC Trawler
Sure, suicide bombing is bad. But is it as bad as disrespecting a suicide bomber's religious beliefs?
Either Hillary Clinton has finally done something that even the most brazen DNC hacks with press passes can't wave away, or they've all gotten their orders to clear a warpath for Elizabeth Warren. Whatever their motive, it sure is fun to watch.
The next President of the United States has now deigned to acknowledge the filthy rabble. Silence, you wretches!
Remember him? Bill's drunken, coked out, "There But for the Grace of Hilldog Go I" little brother? I don't know about you, but I sure have missed seeing him in the news.
You can hate cops all you want. You can hate white people all you want. And most importantly, you can hate facts and evidence all you want. None of that means Darren Wilson violated Michael Brown's civil rights by acting in self-defense.
ISIS is a disgusting pack of murderous savages. But what about the people who literally cheer them on? Do they share any of the blame? If not, why not?
When our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters in the media are forced to report on a Democrat who has done something wrong, their unerring instinct is to try to find a Republican who has done something at least similar. A recent example: "Brian Williams got suspended for six months? Let's get Bill O'Reilly!" Their lovable bumbling is fun to watch, and you can rest assured that they won't learn anything from it. Learning isn't really their thing.
Good work, you guys. Don't let one of those people push you around. Show 'im who's boss!
I know that when somebody fakes a hate crime involving rape, we're not supposed to talk about the details because rape still exists. If you think phony rape accusations are bad, you're a "rape denier." (See the Duke lacrosse team, UVA, Lena Dunham, etc.) Presumably, that standard also applies to fake kidnappings, especially when the hoaxer is a member of a designated victim group. By posting this, I'm probably a "kidnapping denier."
No, not that prominent female politician. This one.
Oh, you don't think so? Then shut up and pay attention, teabaggers.
You can hate the Jews all you want, Code Pink, but you can't do it on private property.
Put your Internet device next to your bed tonight, make sure the sound is enabled (lower-right corner), and drift off into sweet, sweet dreams of our glorious future.
He died today at 83. He was the greatest big ol' Vulcan of them all.
You know it. I know it. Most particularly, the America-loving patriots who sarcastically shriek "BENGHAZI!!!!11!" know it. The murder of Ambassador Christopher Stevens had nothing to do with any "awful Internet video," and nobody involved ever really thought it did.