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Apparently it’s a gay universe.  When aliens land, instead of saying “take me to your leader,” they’ll say: “my pronouns are…”  Actually, thank goodness the media has layers and layers of editors and fact checkers.

Of course.  Finally they’re admitting what they’ve believed all along: self-defense is bad.  It’s government’s job to decide if you live or die, not yours, you silly peasants!  So who leaked at the Supreme Court?

The status of the investigation ordered by Chief Justice Roberts following the leak of Justice Alito’s Dobbs opinion to Politico remains shrouded in mystery. The AP reports that the Supreme Court is resting on its right to remain silent:

The Supreme Court won’t say whether it’s still investigating.

The court also won’t say whether the leaker has been identified or whether anyone has been disciplined.

Or whether an outside law firm or the FBI has been called in.

Or whether the court will ever offer an accounting of what transpired.

Or whether it has taken steps to try to prevent a repeat.

To these and other emailed questions, Supreme Court spokeswoman Patricia McCabe said by email: ‘The Court has no comment.’

Just in case you were wondering.

Of course.  There are three potential explanations: (1) They’re still investigating and are getting stonewalled.  (2) They’re still investigating but don’t have a clue.  (3) The leaker is a justice.  Stephen Breyer would be an obvious suspect, but if it were a justice, we’ll never know.

Why are Biden’s poll numbers in submarine territory?  It’s the weather!

President Biden continued to be defiant in the face of flagging poll numbers while a top Texas Democrat declared the president is encountering a rough patch with the American people because they are frustrated with the weather.

‘Oil prices; gasoline costs at the pump [are] going down. All that we have committed to doing we are doing,’ House Judiciary Committee member Sheila Jackson Lee said. ‘So I really look at those numbers, yes, as dissatisfaction — as the frustration of the summer; the heat.’

Fox News host Jesse Watters pointed out that it tends to get very hot in the Lone Star State every summer, therefore questioning if there is an emerging pattern the American people should expect in Biden’s polling.

‘I’m not a meteorologist, but correct me if I’m wrong,’ Watters said … on ‘The Five.’ ‘So, they hate the Democrat president in the summers and then they start liking him again in the winter — and then they start hating him again in the summer? This is a trend I think we should really follow,’ he said of Jackson Lee’s comments.

But what about gas prices?

Yeah, I thought Joe and the whole government was helpless to lower gas prices, which are still twice as high+ as they were before Biden “won.”  If it’s Putin’s fault, shouldn’t he be getting credit?  And what’s a “peson,” and do you have to be a biologist to venture a definition?  This week we learned, tragically, Joe has cancer:

Thankfully Biden’s handlers assured us he did have cancer long ago, but he doesn’t now regardless of what he says.  We also learned no one in government can define “recession” any more than they can define “woman”:

We also learned to our surprise, shock and horror, Joe was wrong about Covid vaccinations:

And we learned Joe has learned to lick his dinner plate clean and show his minders so they can determine if he deserves ice cream:

Well, no.  Nothing comes to mind.  We also learned from Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan nothing is more important to the legitimacy of the Court than—you guessed it—public opinion!

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan said Thursday the court could lose ‘legitimacy’ if it loses ‘connection’ with public opinion while speaking at a judicial conference in Montana.

Kagan, making her first speaking appearance since the high court overturned Roe v. Wade in a landmark decision, said it would be ‘dangerous’ if the court loses the ‘connection’ with the public, according to Reuters.

‘I’m not talking about any particular decision or even any particular series of decisions, but if over time the court loses all connection with the public and with public sentiment, that’s a dangerous thing for democracy,’ Kagan said, according to the report.

‘Overall, the way the court retains its legitimacy and fosters public confidence is by acting like a court, is by doing the kinds of things that do not seem to people political or partisan,’ Kagan reportedly continued.

Notice Kagan refers to “democracy” rather than our representative constitutional republic.  And here I thought the Court “retains its legitimacy and fosters public confidence” by ruling based on the Constitution rather than public opinion polling.  Silly me.  Though that would cut down on the need for law clerks and research in writing opinions.  See what the latest polls are and issue opinions based on them.

In 1729, Jonathan Swift wrote “A Modest Proposal.”  He modestly proposed preventing the children of the poor from being a burden to their parents or society by eating them.  The New York Times is a bit slow on the uptake, but:

The difference, gentle readers, is Swift’s pamphlet was a satire. The NYT is serious.  Speaking of stupid, and evil, Fauci is now claiming he never recommended lockdowns.  There are innumerable videos of him doing just that.  He’s also saying:

Let’s see…he never wanted lockdowns, but if he gets his chance, he’s going to give them to us gooder and harder.  Why?  Because all that stupidity worked so well the first time.

I’ve always liked this tune:

America is a battlefield, so Pat Benatar says she refuses to perform her 1980 classic ‘Hit Me With Your Best Shot’ on tour in protest of gun violence.

‘We’re doing a lot of songs we don’t always play,’ she says of the tour. ‘We have what we call the ‘holy 14,’ songs that if we don’t play them, you’ll give us [a hard time].’ She declares, ‘And we’re not doing ‘Hit Me With Your Best Shot.’  The Grammy winner, who has been touring across the states with husband Neil Giraldo, called the decision her ‘small contribution to protesting’ in an interview with USA Today published Thursday.

Fans ‘are having a heart attack’ over the decision, Benatar says, ‘I’m sorry, in deference to the victims of the families of these mass shootings, I’m not singing it. I tell them, ‘if you want to hear the song, go home and listen to it.’

Woke screws up everything.  But of course, all we’ve been hearing in the wake of shootings—daily in Chicago, for instance—are demands Benatar stop playing that song in concert.

Now, gentle readers, it’s time for the Kamala Korner!

Vice president Kamala Harris introduced herself with her pronouns along with what she was wearing during her meeting with disability leaders on reproductive rights.

‘I am Kamala Harris, my pronouns are she and her. I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit,’ she said while introducing herself.

Yes, but did she show she had cleaned her plate?

3) She wants teachers to love openly and teach whatever they want?  OK groomer.

I wish more politicians had the intellect and courage to say this sort of thing.

An intersection of what?  She never said.

I believe it.

Like wow, man.  That’s significant.

It’s good to hear about essential issues.


I am without words…

When I taught English, this is one of those pseudo-sentences I would run into from time to time, and had to give up, marking only “SS”—sentence sense—as in “this sentence makes no sense.”

It’s good to have priorities.  Some think we need to keep Biden in office to keep her out.  I disagree.  Is she any more stupid than Joe?  It’s just a slightly different kind of stupidity.  Speaking of woke stupidity:

Enter the Walt Disney Corporation, which is still recovering from the political ass-whupping it took from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over the Parental Rights in Education law. Now, the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’ is once again trying to curry favor with the progressive crowd by changing the name of the ‘Fairy Godmothers in Training’ cast members to something that is more gender neutral.

Instead of the previous moniker, this particular role will now be known as ‘Fairy Godmother’s Apprentice’ because inclusivity and stuff. This character’s job is to dress and style children to reflect their favorite Disney character in the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. According to the company’s blog, ‘[t]his cast members that might not identify as female can still be part of the process to dress up & style the children without having to refer to themselves as a female Disney character.’

Woke screws up everything.  Oh, so the previous minimum force numbers were a lie, then? 

The Army cut its force size projections for 2022 and 2023 Tuesday in the midst of a historic recruitment struggle, raising questions about overall readiness as it clings to its ‘woke’ agenda.

The Army could miss its recruitment goal for 2022 by 25%, Army Gen. Joseph Martin, vice chief of staff for the Army, told The Associated Press. Projected end strength, the total size of the Army including active and reserve components, is set to decrease by 10,000 troops this year and an additional 14,000 to 21,000 in 2023.

‘Do we lower standards to meet end strength, or do we lower end strength to maintain a quality, professional force? We believe the answer is obvious—quality is more important than quantity,’ Lt. Col. Randee Farrell, spokeswoman for Army Secretary Christine Wormuth, told the AP.

Go woke, obliterate national security.  Yes, this is on purpose, yes it’s stupid, but cui bono—who benefits?  If Biden was trying to damage America to the benefit of China and our other enemies, what would he be doing differently?

Well of course he is:

CIA Director William Burns said he is ‘very proud’ of the agency’s analysis in Afghanistan in 2021 despite being blindsided by the swift collapse of the Afghan government and failing to predict how quickly the Taliban would take Kabul.

Well of course he does:

A U.S. State Department official has deleted his Twitter account after facing considerable scrutiny for saying he prefers high gas prices because they lead to fewer carbon emissions.

The controversy erupted Friday, when Alan Eyre, a longtime State Department staffer and senior foreign service officer, tweeted, ‘I prefer high gas prices = less driving, less CO2.’ The tweet was in response to a post from President Joe Biden claiming American families were paying less per month on average than they were during ‘peak prices.’

Users on the social media platform began slamming Eyre, who described himself in his now-deleted Twitter bio as a government ‘bureaucrat,’ over the hot take. California GOP congressional candidate Ron Bassilian called Eyre a ‘ghoul’ over the comment before noting that gas prices are ‘inelastic’ to drivers.

Stupid and proud of it. C02 is an essential part of the planetary cycle of life.  Less C02, fewer plants.  Fewer plants, less oxygen.  Less oxygen, fewer people…  Hmm.  I’m beginning to see a pattern here…  Let’s see what’s happening in the stupid people’s republic of Minnesota:

Looking for a few good whatevers:  

The Minnesota Army National Guard paid tens of thousands of dollars to advertise in an LGBT publication that has promoted transgenderism and ‘queer’ identities among children.

The National Guard, which operates through the Department of Defense, between 2019 and 2022 awarded$76,951 to Minneapolis-based Lavender magazine, paying for advertising campaigns in an effort to ‘reach the LGBTQ community’ and ‘lend credibility to the National Guard.’ Between May 2021 and May 2022 alone, it paid $22,224 to the LGBT magazine, according to a federal government contract disclosure. The advertising campaign appears to be related to the Minnesota National Guard’s ‘LGBT Special Emphasis Council.’

Just what our military needs: emotionally and mentally disturbed dimwits in drag.  Speaking of which:

Oh sure.  The system.  It was the system.  And the system is taking responsibility:

The sure way to get Monkeypox is to have unprotected gay sex, but our stupid government is worried about gay people with Monkeypox having hurt feelz.  I was there.  Gore is an evil idiot:

Because all the money government has thrown into the green toilet has worked so well thus far:

The U.S. Energy Department announced Monday it intends to loan a joint venture of General Motors Co. and LG Energy Solution $2.5 billion to help finance construction of new lithium-ion battery cell manufacturing facilities.

The conditional commitment for the loan to Ultium Cells LLC for facilities in Ohio, Tennessee, and Michigan is expected to close in the coming months and comes from the government’s Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (ATVM) loan program, which has not funded a new loan since 2010.

What could possibly go wrong?  You know, I’m beginning to think this kind of thing really isn’t the spontaneous, orginal expression of individuals:

I know some people describe orgasm as fireworks going off, but this:

Nashville Metro police, detectives, and hazardous device units were called in on Monday evening to investigate a bomb threat that was later determined to be a sex toy.

Sadly, the article featured no photos, and did not identify the sex toy.  Finally, in the fascist stupid category for this week:

Who knew the single source of truth in this world was New Zealand’s Prime Minister?

Too stupid to survive.