Saturday Night Live’s Michael Che calling Boston “the most racist city I’ve ever been to” continues to elicit peculiar amens in Beantown as denizens rush to prove their enlightened status by attesting to the benightedness of their city. This Jedi Mind Trick of sorts cops to the racism of one’s community as a way of demonstrating the anti-racism of its members. Read my article @ Breitbart on how the city that executed Quakers, served as the hub of the Know Nothing Party, and popularized the phrase "banned in Boston" carries on this intolerant tradition under the guise of tolerance.
Mein Kampf and The Art of the Deal read as two very different books. But their authors strangely strike strange persons as the same person. Read my column @ the American Spectator on how there's something of the Big Lie in always finding a shiny-eyed guy in a Charlie Chaplin-mustache under the mask of presidents of the opposing party.
The fauxtrage over President Trump’s continued criticism of the black-robed, white-wigged set works as Exhibit A illustrating how judges don't like their judges. The Ninth Circuit Court, and earlier Judge James Robart, slapped down a Trump executive order. The president slapped back on social media. Read my column@ the American Spectator on how judges behaving like politicians get treated by the public, and even presidents, like politicians.
Sports fans hate Tom Brady because he wins and their team doesn’t, because they imagine he acquired his Super Bowl rings through James Bond tactics, because he married a supermodel, because he makes more money in a weekend than they do in a year, because his politeness masks a predator, and, primarily, just because. Sports journalists hate him because he voted for Donald Trump. Read my article @ Breitbart on how behind every word scribbler lurks a world saver.
The recent history of conservatives and the Supreme Court looks a lot like Charlie Brown kicking at the football, the Washington Generals hypnotized by Meadowlark Lemon spinning a basketball, or George McFly wearing a kick-me sign on his back in the halls of Hill Valley High School. Read my column @ the American Spectator on how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell changed all this.
You could almost hear the distant din of the funeral-home Wurlitzer. “There’s no other word to describe it—this is a surprise,” Chris Matthews informed MSNBC viewers at 10:35 p.m. Three minutes later Eugene Robinson noted, “The polling seemed to indicate something different than tonight.” Read my article @ Breitbart on how the people who mocked Donald Trump ultimately fell into a state of shock by Donald Trump.
The monsters clowns are due on Maple Street. Mobs pursued clowns after midnight and a man shot an AR-15 in the air after imagining that he saw a clown this past week. We used to laugh at clowns. Now clowns laugh at us. Read my article @ the American Spectator on how clowns act as a mirror to our ridiculous faces.
Guys who no longer stand out on the field sit down on the bench. That’s what Colin Kaepernick did on Friday night in riding the pine during the national anthem. For two minutes every Sunday, he wants us to think why he sits. And he does this because he wants us to forget why he sits for the other three hours. Read my article @ Breitbart Sports.
A Hillary Clinton campaign video featuring Confederate flags and goobers in white sheets ominously informs, “If Trump wins, they could be running the country.” Read my column @ the American Spectator on how the Democrats, from FDR nominating a Klansman to the Supreme Court to Robert Byrd serving as the party's leader in the Senate, deserve the label of the party of white sheets and burning crosses.
Gabby Douglas made America proud by again winning a gold medal at the Olympics. Then some Americans criticized her for standing at attentioon rather than placing hand over heart during the national anthem. When did this become a thing? Read my column @ the American Spectator on the only people creepier than those who desecrate the flag being those who deify it.