About five years ago, the above picture of a woman falling out of her motorized cart was posted on People of Wal-Mart, a website devoted to making fun of the mostly working-class white people who shop at Wal-Mart. The picture went viral and was reposted on Reddit, Imgur, and other sites frequented mostly by […]
Noon of the 20th cannot get here soon enough
Dear Hollywood, stop trying to tell us who to vote for, you arrogant, condescending, narcissistic, overpaid, coke-sniffing, child-fondling, limousine liberal a-holes.
Sincerely, the rest of America.
As anyone who watches Portlandia – Fred Armisen’s dead-on satire of Northwestern liberals – knows, one of the funniest recurring sketches is the Feminist Bookstore. Well, in a case of life imitating satire, the real Portland-based feminist bookstore and community center where the sketches are filmed has responded to the show’s depiction of feminists […]
And bear in mind that this was Tweeted by a Hillary supporter. Can we please take a mulligan on this year?
As the state of Connecticut recently reached the 25-year anniversary of its income tax, Fred Lucas at The Daily Signal has taken a look at how the state has fared since the tax’s inception. It was proposed in 1991 by the state’s Governor, former Republican-turned-Independent Gov. Lowell Weicker. Citing the high debt and out-of-control […]
Actor/Director Mark Ruffalo
I’ll preface this post by noting that I like Mark Ruffalo as an actor. He has brought great heart and a certain world-weariness to his roles in The Avengers films, the cop in Zodiac, and Shutter Island among others. If he’s in a film I’m more like than not to check […]
A Black Lives Matter activist named Natasha Marin has created a website called Reparations, which brings together “People of Color” who desire a good or service, and “people who identify as White” who can alleviate their collective guilt for slavery by providing a good or service. In other words, it’s like Tinder, only with […]