Monthly Archives: February 2017
Crappy weekend, everyone! And how about “what happened last night in Sweden”? What do you mean, nothing happened? Oh yeah, that’s right…the Swedes actually said so themselves. Well, dang, at least it was good for some laughs and memes, right? … Continue reading
Your morning giggle, folks, all the way from France, where a certain segment of the David Pakman show has gone viral: Naturellement, this will probably hurt Marine Le Fucking Pen’s chances at election, because everybody knows she’s a big fan … Continue reading
The Young Turks explode the myths about the camp: No, the water protectors were not removed to “clean up debris” — a laughable excuse when it’s all about a polluting, infamous corporation’s “right” to build a polluting, infamous pipeline through … Continue reading
Michelle Rempel, not giving a shit that people are losing fingers and toes (and very nearly their lives) to get to a safe country…which the United States of Amnesia no longer is. Between her and Tony Clement, there’s more than … Continue reading
Austin, Texas does: And to stop an inane bathroom bill from passing, the Texas ACLU got Richard Linklater to help out by making the above ad. Pee with pride. And without prejudice.
Now here’s something you don’t see every day: A number of Iowa farmers who voted for Drumpf are now being given concrete cause to regret that misguided choice: their lands are being seized and stripped of topsoil under a misuse … Continue reading
That slouching bassline never gets old. And neither does the message about the insidious power of you-know-what.
Crappy weekend, everyone! Well, how about them Blue Jays…no, wait, it’s not baseball season yet. You know it’s a bad time for politics when even a sports agnostic like me has to go fishing around for THAT topic of conversation, … Continue reading
The only thing I can draw out of this is that Drumpf thinks that antisemitism is the “enthusiasm” that got him where he is right now, and that if it won him his very slim Electoral College margin (and not … Continue reading