Sunday Funnies For 05-22-22

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Finally: we’re saved!  He did say he’d built the greatest vote fraud organization in history…

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Justice

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Wendy’s, caught up in a “mostly peaceful protest”…

Justice.  It’s much bandied about these days, and usually preceded by an adjective.  A few examples:

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Too Stupid To Survive, #49

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At the recent ASEAN summit, Kamala “I can’t pronounce my own first name” Harris, had this to say:

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Liz Cheney: Wyoming White Supremacists

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Were Liz Cheney actively trying to get herself thrown out of office in November, what would she be doing differently?

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The Second Civil War #31: American Suicide?

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Barack Obama tried to “fundamentally transform” the country, but his ego got in the way.  A doctrinaire Marxist from way back, current D/S/C consensus is he didn’t go nearly far enough.  What they’re not saying, perhaps because he is still running the country and has the power to punish, is everything was all about him, his “legacy,” which informed and drove his every decision–or refusal to decide.  As he often said “you should be thanking me.”

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Media Masculinity And The AR-15, 2022

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Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee, AR-15 survivor

I last posted this article about a year ago, but this one never gets old, if for no reason other than that D/S/Cs never get smarter, and never quit, as The Western Journal reports:  

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The Murder Of Erik Scott: July 10, 2021–11th Anniversary

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In this busy world, a world where it is increasingly hard to be accurately informed, and ridiculously easy to be gaslit, one thing never changes: there are some people all of us should know.  I speak not of people famous for being famous.  I speak not of violent felons made political martyrs, people unworthy of notice, to say nothing of emulation.  I speak not of vacuous celebrities or dimwitted TV talking heads.  I speak of people like Erik Scott. Continue reading

Shakespeare Or Perversity?

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I’ve been writing about attempts to replace classic literature with contemporary drivel since I began this scruffy little blog in 2011.  As I’m sure you know gentle readers, that despicable movement picked up steam since the advent of diversity, inclusion and equity—DIE—has overwhelmed American education, as have teachers determined to groom children for all manner of perversions.  It is therefore time to resurrect and slightly update this, an article I wrote back in February of 2021.  Off we go: Continue reading