Black Lies (Sadly) Matter

From filmmaker Pheim McAleer. Caution, trolls and other assorted id’jut-fools: facts contained herein:

Dear Friends,

Greetings from Ireland. We are here on vacation but had to write to you when we saw the news about Baton Rouge. From here it’s difficult to get full details on the shooting but it seems like another “Black Lives […]

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. […]

What Could Go Wrong?

Mr. Ramirez hits the nail on the head yet again.

Put Down The Whine

Well, washed-up actress Mischa Barton has become the latest liberal celebutard to embarrass herself share her precious, precious feelings with the world. In the wake of the Alton Sterling shooting, Barton responded with an Instagram post in which she stated, “This may have been going on forever in the United States but thank god […]

No Apologies

If there’s any uncertainty about why we do not owe Japan an apology for Hiroshima, Bill Whittle breaks it down brilliantly here.

This video was the gateway drug that got me hooked on both Whittle and PJTV back in 2009. If you’ve never seen it, it’s well worth the watch. Back then, Whittle taking […]

Nuclear Vassals

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Many of us knew this Administration is not only led by, but populated with empty suits. Still, it’s bracing (read terrifying) to be confronted with proof of it. From The New York Times “The Aspiring Novelist Who Became Obama’s Foreign Policy Guru”:

Like Obama, Rhodes is a storyteller who uses a writer’s tools […]

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 […]

Ain't got a thing if ya ain't got that swing

The Finns apparently still have a thing or two to learn about anti-rape videos. Here’s the latest Taki’s Mag piece from David Cole Stein to tell you more [TRIGGER-WARNING: For those with an aversion to male cheerleaders not named George W. Bush, the video parody Dave and I produced referenced within].

“[A] young blond […]

Burn, Hollywood, Burn

In the wake of Ms. Knowles’ halftime, er, extras yesterday, figured I’d share an interesting incident on the LA “subway” (quotation marks in deference to my Long Island wife, who mockingly chuckles whenever hearing “subway” outside the context of NYC’s) this past Friday, an experience which still leaves me shaking my head at how […]

Past, Imperfect

I know I’ve shared the story of Arthur Jacobs’ tale being made into a film via crowdfunding in a couple Open Threads, but now that it’s the subject of a Taki’s Page column, a little more depth to Mr. Jacobs’ experiences. Also, in light of recent campaign trail comments on the deportations of US […]