Wednesday Open Thread

Stolen from goozer’s Book of Face

Sunday Open Thread

As seen on the Book of Face

An Inconvenient Candidate

Hey, remember that time a black woman ran for President in 1972? You don’t? Well, it’s true:

Before Carol Moseley Braun, before Barack Obama, before Hillary Clinton, Shirley Chisholm was both the first woman and the first African American to run for the nomination of a major party for President of the United […]

So Much Hypocrisy, It Berns

So, after building an entire campaign around complaining that other people should pay more in taxes, escaped mental patient presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has finally coughed up his tax returns, and – get ready to display your shocked face – it turns out he’s not paying his fair share. Or even anywhere close to […]

Sorry, Not Sorry

Andrew Klavan is awesome. If I ever became president, this would pretty much sum up my foreign policy.

Stop! Hold on … stay in control.

Sure, it may seem difficult to envision Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams, two of the 80s biggest working class hero songwriters, worthy of the task of looking out for the best interests of 21st century boys wishing they were girls (or vice versa), but damned if their respective boycotts of North Carolina and Mississippi over […]

Mirror, mirror, on the Wall

Good luck getting anyone on the left to believe the 1% they purport to loathe actually represents all the things they advocate — abortion, open borders, tranny bathrooms, etc. — but the numbers don’t lie. Feh. As if those pesky facts matter much to them these days.

Please be sure to read the below […]

Elephant Cannibalism

A conservative Republican activist from my neck of the woods named Phil Spackman has written an excellent article about the sad state of affairs of the GOP in Washington state. The points he makes go a long way toward explaining in part why the Evergreen State remains stubbornly blue despite massive failures by the […]

That Time John Wayne Bought Us A Beach

I know there are some John Wayne fans here at Threedonia, and since I’m sick and tired of talking about the election, I thought I’d share a little story from my neck of the woods that I think shows just what an amazing, larger-than-life fellow The Duke was.

That beautiful little piece of […]

Wake Me When October Ends

With my headspace now firmly locked in a Rubio ’20 mode, at which point I hope this year’s formerly best chance to instill genuine hope and re-spark American exceptionalism en route to defeating whichever socialist the Democrats foist upon America learns from his 2015/16 campaign mistakes.

Till then as I plan to tune […]