Funny or Die? Funny

Kudos to Zach Galifianakis for napalming the landscape making fun of pretty much everyone. I am shocked Hillary’s people let her do this. I’m sure she’s playing along but the stiffness works against her.

The Andrew Klavan Podcast

This is simply the best 30 minutes of daily, political commentary on any medium currently extant. I just stumbled onto it a few days ago and have listened to the past 5 or so episodes. I cannot recommend it enough.

I subscribed to the podcast through the Google Play Store (same thing as the […]

Wednesday Open Thread

Monday Open Thread

His Life Mattered

This is Montrell Jackson, one of the three police officers murdered in Baton Rouge today. The young son that he is holding in his arms, is now going to grow up without a father. These facts are being sadistically celebrated on social media right now, by members of the radical organization that killed Jackson. […]

Tempered Steel

Dallas Police Chief David Brown

The more I read about Dallas Police Chief David Brown the more optimistic I feel. To paraphrase Ronald Reagan’s homage to his protectors during his first post-assassination attempt speech in April 1981 — Sick societies don’t produce men like Chief David Brown. From the Los Angeles Times:

A three-decade […]

Anyone Know Where The Nearest Burn Center Is?

In an article about mass shootings, ultra-liberal Salon once again tries to blame everything on Whitey, but all it takes is a small dose of reality for their logical house of cards to come crashing down.

*mic drop*

Also, if you’re going to bring up gun violence and race, you might want to […]

Lies, Damned Lies, and Liberal Documentaries

Well, it appears that the makers of Katie Couric’s new anti-Second Amendment documentary “Under The Gun” are in a bit of hot water for that old liberal chestnut, deceptive editing (emphasis mine):

At the 21:48 mark of Under the Gun a scene of Katie Couric interviewing members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, a […]

Due Process, what a concept

As if I didn’t loathe the media’s disgusting predilection for steering rush-to-judgement false narratives already, but ESPN’s latest 30 for 30, “Fantastic Lies,” about the Duke lacrosse team, solidified it even more last night.

Scary enough analogies to the Penn State and Jerry Sandusky events as the doc unfolded, but what interviewee Jay Bilas says […]

“Brooklyn” A Movie non-Review

I’ve referred to this film a few times in the comments. It had more of an impact than it should have and, in case anyone is looking for a film to see, I’ll try to explain why; here.

First, I’m going to try to avoid descriptions of the plot. I don’t want to ruin […]