Milo: NeoGAF, a gaming forum that served for many years as a hub for progressives in the game industry, shut down today following allegations of sexual assault against its owner, Tyler Malka. The website served as a de facto community for gamers on the progressive [Read More]
Bretibart: The gun control push that marked the first 10 days following the October 1 Las Vegas attack has now floundered and all but disappeared, in large part because the shooting did not impact American attitudes toward guns. KPCC put it this way: “Las Vegas shooting didn’t [Read More]
Gavin McInnes & Pamela Geller Discuss Islam In America
Did you see CNN’s new ad touting their new slogan “Facts First”? Well, this ain’t it. This is my parody of it. Here’s the original.
Acculturated: It’s that spooky time of year when ghouls and goblins are getting ready to roam the streets. Unfortunately, they’re not the the scariest thing for which you need to be prepared. That’s right, it’s time for Halloween Overcorrection—the time when education officials from kindergarten [Read More]
Take a guess which city/state this school is in?
NYDN- The former pacifist pumped a shotgun at the firing line. Lore McSpadden never touched a gun before the Trigger Warning Queer & Trans Gun Club started this past year. Now McSpadden is among the shooters routinely yelling, “Pull!” and blasting at clay pigeons angling [Read More]
DC: Tony Podesta and his Democratic lobbying firm, the Podesta Group, are now being investigated as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into possible connections between the Trump campaign and Russia, three sources with knowledge told NBC News. Mueller’s investigators began looking into the [Read More]
Remember your post on that Japanese singer that had a big hit here in the US in the 60’s and died in the plane crash? Well, I stumbled across an English translation of it. I think you would enjoy to know what he was saying. [Read More]
The Washington Times quotes Sean Spicier, a Twitter parody account, and attributes it to the former white house spokesman, Sean Spicer. Might be time to end this.https://t.co/KTKhyEsI6M pic.twitter.com/aYMaDDAb0T — Sean Spicier (@sean_spicier) October 22, 2017