by JOHN FUND
Last Thursday, President Trump announced the formation of a bipartisan commission to investigate voter irregularities and fraud as well as charges of voter suppression in America. The hysterical criticism of his move lays bare the ideological conflict of visions raging over efforts to improve our election systems. Full Story....Here
There is a particular strain of humanity now deeply rooted in Western culture that we can refer to as the Ivory Tower Man. This individual is the product of an entire cultural philosophy. He is the result of several generations that have faced no immediate danger or challenge to life itself; he is the spawn of the Nanny State. The Ivory Tower Man is found throughout all current age groups and academia is especially rife with this character. Read all about this pathetic creature....Here
We hear endless lamentations about the alleged gender pay gap. But what about the other, very real, pay gap? The one where government workers make far more than their private sector counterparts.
In the wake of the Trumpocalypse, many in the deepest blue cores have turned on those parts of America that supported the president’s election, developing oikophobia—an irrational fear of their fellow citizens.
The rage against red America is so strong that The New York Time’s predictably progressive Nick Kristoff says his calls to understand red voters were “my most unpopular idea.” The essential logic—as laid out in a particularly acerbic piece in The New Republic—is that Trump’s America is not only socially deplorable, but economically moronic as well. The kind-hearted blue staters have sent their industries to the abodes of the unwashed, and taken in their poor, only to see them end up “more bitter, white, and alt-right than ever.” Full Story....Here
The media template for covering the 115th Congress apparently goes like this: When Republicans fail to pass a bill, they’re doomed. But when they succeed, they’re also doomed.
by HEATHER WILHELM
I’m from a different time, a dark time,” declares comedian Dave Chappelle in his new Netflix special, The Age of Spin. Back in the day, he notes, “I didn’t even know who was on the phone until I answered [it]!”
“My point is,” Chappelle tells his audience, the seats presumably filled with a decent quotient of dewy-eyed Millennials, “a guy your age wouldn’t know the pain because with your generation, it’s like the space shuttle blows up every [expletive] day — how can you care about anything, when you know every [expletive] thing?” Full Story....Here