The Washington Post suggests some “Questions to ask your relatives before gathering for an indoor holiday meal.”
The most damning criticism of abortion is that it’s the taking of an innocent life to avoid inconvenience. So of all the panicked complaints from the left about the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade, the most fatuous is that it will make getting an abortion … inconvenient.
What happens when you cross The Beatles with a dishonest, self-important, potato-shaped CNN hack? Nothing good.
There really isn’t much to say about this, except to remind you that the Women’s March are the dingbats with the pink lady-part hats who tied up traffic in DC a few years ago. A couple of years later, three Jew-hating board members were embarrassed into resigning.
Advice for convicted rapists: Move to Colorado, where the state government won’t burden you with odious labels.
Hey, Whitey! Yeah, you, the one about to send cash to your favorite environmental grift! Cease and desist. White people should not try to combat climate change. Only black, brown and various “indigenous” people can do it right.
John Cleese doesn’t gladly suffer woke fools. The legendary comic actor has pulled out of an appearance at the Cambridge Union as a protest. The Union, ironically a debating society, has banned art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon for impersonating Adolf Hitler during a debate last week.
Alright, alright al -- wait, what? Actor and native Texan Matthew McConaughey has been playing footsie with a possible run for Lonestar governor. (And if it would keep him from doing any more of those Lincoln ads, we should all welcome it). But he’s no knee jerk Hollywood liberal, and he’s proved it again by rejecting vax mandates for kids.
The new battle over education is another example of how different things look depending on your distance from the Beltway.
You know all the racial indoctrination we’ve been assured schools are definitely not doing? The Washington Post is worried it’s in danger of not getting done.