Blog - DC Trawler
I'm glad Hillary Clinton isn't president, and I enjoy the despair of the poor souls who think she should be. But that isn't sufficient justice for what she's done. She gets to waddle around promoting her latest stupid book, she gets to bask in the adulation of Democrats and the media (pardon the redundancy), while her uselessness, dishonesty, and flat-out lawlessness continues to go unpunished.
The only time anybody ever wanted to see a Michael Moore movie was when he was exploiting 9/11 survivors. Other than that, his movies have been duds. If he thought things would be different on the Great White Way, he was wrong yet again.
Earlier today, Apple announced the new iPhone 10. Whoops, I mean iPhone X. Sounds like the wokest phone ever! The updated phone is set to have some nifty new features. Which one are you most excited about?
What's big, smelly, and attracts a lot of vermin? Well, besides your mom. That's right: Philadelphia!
A few months back I followed the story of Mike Martin, AKA DaddyOFive, a YouTuber who made a very comfortable living by monetizing his abuse of his own children. He posted dozens of videos of himself tormenting his kids, or coercing them into tormenting each other, and it earned him the closest thing to fame and fortune that's available on YouTube. Martin had a huge following among children and other psychopaths -- over 750,000 subscribers -- but once the adults found out what he was doing, it was all over. He lost custody of two of his kids, and his income stream was cut off.
Hillary Clinton proves that America is a great country. It's a sign of our society's strength that an inept, unlikeable presidential candidate who's completely unsuited for office can win a major-party nomination, lose the election, and then make all the crazy claims she wants without fear of repercussions from the office she was seeking. On the contrary, she's being celebrated far and wide for telling people what they want to hear. Thanks to identity politics, everyone is expected to just smile and nod as she blames everybody else for her heartbreaking loss. All in all, Hillary is arguably better off now than if she'd won. She gets all the attention with none of the responsibility.
I don't really know what to say about what happened 16 years ago today that I haven't said at length already. But I don't think POTUS tweeting about it is going to change things one way or another. That's why I just have a dumb blog, and pros like Keith Olbermann have... well, he has this.
Your tax dollars at work, Ohioans.
Sources say Mitt Romney plans to run for the Senate if Orrin Hatch retires. And if you can't trust sources, who can you trust?
Schadenfreude is an ugly emotion, so you should be ashamed of yourself for thoroughly enjoying the following item. I know I certainly am.
Brian Williams, eight-time Tour de France winner and inventor of the iPod, didn't quite end his career by telling other people's stories of bravery as his own, but he sure did pay for his lies. He fell all the way to MSNBC, where he's now making "jokes" encouraging viewers to do the same thing he did.
A conservative is getting ready to speak publicly in Berkeley, and you know what that means: It's time to
engage in a frank and honest exchange of opinions between ideological opponents throw a huge riot!
Fifty-one years ago today, a little show called Star Trek debuted on the National Broadcasting Company. Over half a century later, the franchise is still going strong. How are you celebrating this special day, Dear Reader?
It's never a great time to be a small-government type of guy, because nobody actually wants smaller government. They just want everybody else's taxes to go up. But it's always fun to see the latest ridiculous horsecrap being funded by our tax dollars. How's it all going to waste this time?
I've never seen a Jennifer Lawrence movie where she wasn't playing a superhero or a supervillain or an outer-space rape victim. So I didn't have much interest in her newest flick, Mother!, even before she said what you're about to hear. Now, it'll take a Mr. Plinkett review to get me to see it.
The last time I checked, this was 2017 America, not 15th Century Spain. Someone might want to inform Dianne Feinstein.
New Jersey Senator Bob Mendendez's corruption trial started this week. Some people think the evidence against him is "overwhelming," but this is really the sort of matter that can only be settled with a half-assed Internet poll. What do you think, Dear Reader?
Taco Bell is bad for your health. Especially if you try to rob the place.
I get confused even more than usual these days, because I keep hearing two different things:
So he's running? Maybe? At least it won't be boring.