Category Archives: blogging
Hey You, I fooled them again!!1! This upcoming week I will be returning to Crooks and Liars to do Mike’s Blog Round-Up (which is always the first post of the day at C&L and gets lotsa eyeballs on it), which … Continue reading
Today, I’m going to send you to our pal Supernatural Snark to see something that exists. The world is a big place, and life is a banquet. And that’s all I can say.
We could go rounds and rounds about process and how Merrick Garland got screwed, but Wonkette is entirely right: no one cares about Garland or Process: But you know who doesn’t know that? At least half the country. And when … Continue reading
We’ve said for a long time now that the reason Trump ran was not because he has an interest in governing, or even a philosophy; it’s because he’s one of the mean girls in the popular clique at high school. … Continue reading
CNN scoops the world and has a right-wing former blogger on to say *gasp* Hair Führer Donald Trump might be nuts: Cry me a eff’ing river, Sullivan. Where were you for the last 18 months when all of us uncouth, … Continue reading
The much-esteemed Spocko’s Brain has a really great post up: Weaseling Out of Things Is A Core Trump Skill that everyone should read. I’ll wait here until you return. The other day I highlighted this tweet that I thought was … Continue reading
…over at Batocchio’s place, the essential Vagabond Scholar. (HINT: you’ll find a few Scissorheads over there!) It’s always a great read and a terrific way to find some new blogs to follow.
We need some feel-good news, and I’m sorry, not sorry: Acting chief justice Lyn Stuart sent two letters to Moore’s Etowah County home in Gallant on Monday. In one letter Stuart states that since Moore was recently found guilty of … Continue reading
Happy Hour News Briefs They are on to us, fellow Alinskyites and Sorosistas! Some Wingnut blogger has deciphered Hitlery’s hand signals that, um, signaled to willing dupe commie Lester Holt what to do next during the debate! “A comprehensive video … Continue reading