I've about had it. I've had enough of the faux outrage, the selective offense, the one-sided media attention. Name your subject, and I'll guarantee there are important, even critical facts that are being white-washed, swept under the rug, or just completely ignored. And you're OK with it. Immigration. Yes, the conditions in those camps are … Continue reading And you’re OK with it.
OMG, the obvious cover-up. AG Barr had the completed report for 24 hours before he provided a 4-page summary? On a Saturday? He's obviously hiding something. Oh, the humanity! Yes, boys and girls, that was sarcasm. I realize it might be a little subtle for some of you, but that's me being sarcastic. It's a … Continue reading Mueller Report
"Privilege" in society comes in many forms. "Privilege" is when special accommodations are made for someone due to some specific factor, an assumption of entitlement - it's not an easy definition to spell out, actually, because there's rarely anything overt about it, the privilege is assumed because of (insert factor here). Mind you, "Privilege" is … Continue reading Smollett and the Power of Privilege
Well, how's this for a starter? A hate crime, complete with MAGA hats and racial epithets, gay slurs and a noose. Not unlike a pre-Civil-Rights-era lynching. Except it's pretty certain now that it didn't happen. Apparently, victim Smollett is actually mastermind Smollett. There still needs to be a trial – or a confession, which is … Continue reading Jussie Smollett