Melissa McEwan channels her inner Dworkin: This is the most basic, primitive, unapologetic misogyny: Dehumanizing a powerful woman by calling her a monster. A devil. A witch. A beast. A castrating fiend. What set her off on this moonbat rant? Evidently, Kurt Schlichter and Kevin Williamson said Mean Things About Hillary. Now, let’s quickly flash […]
by Smitty Trojan Horse made with keyboard keys by Babis Pangiotidis #ModernArt #AncientGreece #Odysseus #Iliad #Homer #Troy pic.twitter.com/c9ybTqG9yv — Zito E (@Zito__77) March 13, 2015 @Zito__77 Babis's Trojan Horse, Filled Hillary's server, of course. Road apples rolling therefrom. Explain her presser so dumb. @0ryuge — IGotOverMachoGrande (@smitty_one_each) March 13, 2015 Jokes aside: The Four Best Reasons To Defeat Hillary And Send […]
by Smitty I guess Matt Bai has some connection with Pravda on the Hudson (the NYT), which explains why his work as a Clinton apologist at Yahoo looks like it fell out of the Screwtape Letters. He mentions the word ‘lie’ about as often as Her Majesty touches the truth. The opening gag juxtaposing Senator […]
by Smitty Trende gets close to the bone in Why Clinton’s Emails Matter, which you should read. But it’s not just a case study in Advanced Scandal Choreography, as we move from Bibi (“Quick, #OccupyResoluteDesk is too amateurish”) to Her Majesty’s Secret Email Service to Oh My God! Those 47 GOP Senators said something concise […]
by Smitty It’s not often that I can give a thumbs up to fellow IFNAG and Senator John McCain, but signing Senator Cotton’s letter was the Right Thing To Do. Vox is about as clueful on this point as they were on Her Majesty’s email. McCain told Politico that: “I saw the letter, I saw […]
Hillary Clinton’s big press conference Tuesday, where she “addressed” the subject of her official emails, she said this: We went through a thorough process to identify all of my work- related emails and deliver them to the State Department. At the end, I chose not to keep my private personal emails — emails about planning […]
by Smitty [View the story “Mock Not Her Majesty’s Presser, Common Dogs!” on Storify] If anyone is confused by this post, please see Hot Air.
Pam Grossman (@Phantasmaphile) “is an independent curator, writer, and teacher of magical practice and history” who “explores the role of magic in contemporary life.” And in a July 2013 Huffington Post column, Ms. Grossman wrote this: So several months ago, I proclaimed to my friends and readers that 2013 would be the Year of the […]« go back — keep looking »