Category: black humor

Yet Another Transition

     …this one from “You can’t make this stuff up” to “OMG, does he have any idea what he’s saying? Biden: People disapprove of me because they are psychologically unable to be happy pic.twitter.com/syg1nNPtJw — RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 19, 2022      There are days I have to doubt my own eyes and ears. Well, …

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Sometimes The Laughs Write Themselves

     As, for example, in the Left’s reactions to the Abbott / DeSantis / Ducey relocation of a few busloads of illegal aliens to “blue” states: CNN’s fulminations. The Black Lesbian Immigrant’s “thoughts.” Fauxcahontas Had To Weigh In. Martha’s Vineyard “homeless coordinator:” “They’ve Got To Move!” Kamala “The Border is Secure” Harris can’t cope, either. …

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Postmodern Energy Strategy Revealed

Macron: France, Germany to provide each other with gas, electricity, to weather crisis appears to be remarkably similar to

What Is Fanaticism?

     As my Gentle Readers might have expected, I got a number of emails about yesterday’s piece. There were a few mild disapprovals (“too long”), a few strident disagreements to be expected a priori (“religion is for fools and the weak-minded”), and two missives I’d rather not discuss in detail. But one rather interesting case …

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A Comment On Contemporary Journalism

     Some Gentle Readers might have seen this joke in an “earlier edition.” ***      One fine day a young mother brought her toddler to the zoo. It wasn’t for educational purposes; she merely wanted her daughter’s attention on the animals so she could chat with her friends on her cellphone for most of the …

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Things That Shouldn’t Need To Be Said Dept.

     While this story is a few days old:      Two inmates serving time in New Jersey’s only state prison for women became pregnant after they had sex with a transgender inmate, according to a report Wednesday.      The unidentified jailbirds became pregnant at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility after engaging in “consensual sexual relationships …

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Scientism, Democratism, And Statism

     The ism suffix particle most often indicates a faith, or a similarly faith-based system of beliefs. There are a few exceptions – bruxism, for instance, is dentists’ term for habitual grinding of the teeth, and a neologism is just a newly coined word – but the rule is usually reliable.      Recently, we’ve had …

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Irony Meters Are Shattering Across The Nation

     It comes as little surprise that Russia’s strongman president – who, whatever you may think of his tactics, clearly loves his country – should castigate the American federal government for violating the rights of its citizens and undermining the security of the nation. Given the developments of recent years, that was almost inevitable. But …

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A Bee That Stings Like Muhammad Ali

     You really can’t do it any better than this, from the Babylon Bee:      Nation Wishes Someone Would Have Warned Them About Dangers Of Unchecked Government Power      U.S.—Concerned citizens from all over the nation were really pitying their unfortunate lot in life that not a single individual in recent memory had risen up …

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A Giggle To Start Your Day

     Here it is, from the irreplaceable Maura Dowling:      CAPITALIZING ON DEMOCRAT HYPOCRISY      “Last week, our president decided to go on national news and basically disparage our state,” [Georgia State Representative Wesley] Cantrell began. “We have a new election integrity law here that we passed a couple of weeks ago, and our president, …

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Insight And Humor…

     …are an unbeatable combination:      With applause to the indispensable Brock Townsend.      Mark Steyn’s insight, delivered toward the end of that little clip, should resound throughout this land. The Biden Usurpation is the proof: The Deep State holds the levers of power. Presidents are no longer needed nor wanted.      Steyn’s gift of …

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Depression-Era Songs

     There’s a legend of sorts about the Federal Music Project (FMP), a subdepartment of the Works Progress Administration of FDR’s New Deal. That legend holds that many of the songs that became popular during that era were actually commissioned by the FMP – i.e., their composers were paid to compose popular songs. It could …

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