Want to Know Why Homeland Security Lost Track of a Syrian Refugee?
Down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a Syrian refugee just stopped checking in. Word got out about it, and, as of right now, no one knows where the guy is, except that he is probably heading to Washington D.C.. Now, that sounds pretty bad, and it is cause for concern. However, if you want to take a bad situation and make it worse, just say the | Read More »
John Bel Edwards Won’t Say He’ll Fight Syrian Refugee Placement #LAGov
All weekend long and well throughout the day today, the topic of conversation has been on the attacks in Paris. Here in Louisiana, perhaps more than anywhere else, there is a strong connection with the French: It’s in our culture, it’s the basis of a (rapidly dying) local language, and it is where we as a state came from. The Paris attacks have now given | Read More »
Yes, Virginia. There is a War on Christmas.
Yes, Virginia, despite what the Media may say, there is a very real War on Christmas. It comes every year at the beginning of November, and it is one of the most culturally devastating wars we currently face. However, unlike the other cultural wars we fight (the war on drugs, the war on crime, etc.), this one does not feature a faceless villain. The villain | Read More »
I’m Sorry, America. I Am So Sorry.
Dear America, Over the past week, we have all watched in absolute horror as the higher education system, freedom of speech, and all sense of rationality completely and totally crumbled under the pressure of social justice warriors and college students who very clearly left home unwillingly. I have watched, and felt personally responsible. Did I draw the poop swastika (poopstika? swasticaca?)? Did I shout racist | Read More »
Is Ronda Rousey’s Endorsement Important?
Hillary Clinton is running as an “outside” by virtue of wanting to be the first female president. It’s a play that is as predictable as it is failing miserably. Case in point, in the world of sports, there are few female figures as imposing as Ronda Rousey, who has destroyed pretty much anyone and anything that has stood in her path. Alas her next victim | Read More »
Winners and Losers from the Fox Business Debate
Another one down, and this one thankfully, mercifully even, well done by the Fox Business Network, the Wall Street Journal, and the moderators. There was substance, there was contrast, and there was something to talk about that didn’t involve how atrocious those in charge were. Neil Cavuto in particular knew the line between tough question and outright attack. None of the candidates can say | Read More »
The #Mizzou Leftists are Upsetting the Media Leftists
As much as I sympathize with the journalists who are trying to get in and tell the story of the Mizzou protests, I cannot help but laugh every time something happens to offend them – they are shut out of coverage by their own. The protest, you see, is a Media creation, and the Media would do nothing but praise them as good little children | Read More »
NATO is getting worried about Afghanistan falling again
Have you ever seen a house of cards? Not the show, but an actual house of cards? They are not very sturdy. Worse, a good gust of wind can come along and completely ruin anything you were attempting to build. It is a fruitless endeavor to build something so flimsy and leave no support their during the tough times. Kind of like Afghanistan, no? KABUL/ZARAGOZA, | Read More »
The Lionheart of 2016
Richard the First, or Richard the Lionheart, was a beloved figure in England, known by his subjects as a fierce warrior and an all-around righteous man. He spent his younger years fighting to secure his lands and build a unified base. Following his ascension to the throne, he spent virtually no time in his land, preferring to use his seat to wage even larger fights. | Read More »
I Wonder Why the Pentagon is Upset
The Pentagon is a wee bit angry at the White House. I mean, war is literally their job, and the White House has been talking about and doing war stuff without them. They don’t feel included. “There’s a level of dissatisfaction among the uniformed military that I’ve never seen in my time here,” said Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman in an interview. “For some of | Read More »
The Year of the Insider
It is the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Fifteen, and it has been a truly stellar year for the Insider. The Insider has been predicting Donald Trump’s immediate downfall. Trump is now in second place in the polling averages, but shows no signs of stopping. In fact, he is ramping his efforts up by actually buying ads now. The Insider has been so | Read More »
America Toppled: Putin World’s Most Powerful Man (Again)
Vladimir Putin, the leader of Russia, a Noted American Adversary, tops Forbes’ list of most powerful people. Barack Obama, leader of what was and could be again the greatest nation on the face of the planet, the United States of America, is in third place. In second? Angela Merkel, leader of Germany. Did World War II and the Cold War even happen? Russian President Vladimir | Read More »
RINO Jay Dardenne to Endorse Democrat John Bel Edwards for #LAGov
In Louisiana, there is no shortage of drama in politics. We have mastered the political underworld, and continue to prove it in new and exciting ways. As of this writing, Republican Jay Dardenne is set to announce that he is endorsing Democrat John Bel Edwards for governor of Louisiana. The primary fight between Dardenne and U.S. was incredibly bitter, as both camps unleashed a torrent | Read More »
Dear President Obama: Thank You
Dear President Obama, As someone who has been doing the whole political commentary thing a relatively short time, I have to say that you have done more for my cause than I had ever hoped to accomplish. It’s not so much that I wish the total destruction of the Democratic Party – on the contrary, the Republican Party needs an adversary to keep them to | Read More »
Do We Have to Take Rachel Dolezal Back?
I mean it. Are we, as a race, under any sort of obligation to allow Rachel Dolezal back in now that she’s admitted she actually is white, but just identifies as black? “You’re not black,” host Jeannie Mai said to Dolezal, who is white. “You weren’t born black, so when you say you are black, it makes it hard for people to understand where you’re | Read More »