Let Them Eat Jake

Jake the Fake

If impersonating a journalist was a crime they would haul away every talking head at the Crappy Non-News network. “Jake the Fake” Tapper is butthurt that the GOP doesn’t want to appear on his crappy show, State of the Union With Jake Tapper.

Meet The Press (MTP) used to be the King of Serious News shows. 60 Minutes got the ratings, but it was aimed at the hoi polloi. MTP was a show for serious people who wanted to watch serious discussions of serious issues. Seriously. It first aired in 1947.

MTP came on early Sunday mornings, at a time when half the country was in church and the other half was hungover. This was way back in the dark ages before we were enlightened by cable news and the internet. Now, each of has an access portal to the Information Superhighway at our fingertips, and most people just use the internet to look at porn or funny pet videos.

Sunday mornings now have a plethora of crappy news shows. Each and every one of those shows is filled with second and third-rate talent and they strut around like they (and they alone) are the spiritual heirs to the boring old white guy serious journalists of the olden days of yore.

In 2009 CNN decided to start its own serious Sunday morning news show. So that no one would think they were just copying MTP, CNN hired the former producer of MTP to run the new show. John King was the original anchor, followed by Candy “I kicked Mitt’s Ass” Crowley. In 2014 Candidiasis announced her departure, and Jake slid into the rather voluminous seat she vacated.

You can tell Jake is a serious journalist by the perpetually morose expression on his face. Jake got his start in journalism by working as the campaign press secretary for the woman who would become Chelsea Clinton’s mom-in-law. After 6 years of flacking for Democrats and Democrat causes, Jake had all his Democrat tattoos removed and became a neutral, non-partisan journalist.

There are actually two Jake Tappers. The first is Twitter Jake. TJ is a political moderate who is willing to acknowledge mistakes and who will admit that the Democrats occasionally lie and engage in hypocrisy. CNN Jake is a hardcore Leftist who will not allow any story that does not conform to the official media narratives to see the light of day. CNN Jake is an asshole.

So why is Jake all butthurt?

CNN’s Jake Tapper called out Republican lawmakers on Sunday for their avoidance of CNN amid the latest controversial developments surrounding President Donald Trump.

Tapper kicked off State of the Union by noting Trump has been taking fire from several of his GOP allies lately between his handling of the Turkey-Syria crisis, and also the president’s now-aborted plans to hold the next G7 summit at his Miami resort. In terms of the latter, Tapper said that Trump was “testing the limit” at a time where he “needs the support of congressional Republicans to keep his job.”

As Tapper cycled through other criticisms of Trump while remarking that the impeachment inquiry remains in play, he eventually switched gears and said that “for the fourth week in a row, the White House and top House and Senate Republicans have refused to come on this newscast to answer our questions about all of these important developments.”

“We hope they will come to explain all of this to the American people,” Tapper said. “Because especially at a time when the White House has ended the practice of regular press briefings, they are shirking this important part of their duty to the American public to explain what they are doing with our money and in our name.”

Aye, pobrecito!

Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserves some kind of medal for her heroic efforts to satisfy the nattering nabobs of negativism’s constant demands and keep their antics in check. For far too many years members of the WHPC were allowed to use the daily press briefings as an opportunity to preen in front of the cameras. But beginning in January 2017, some members of the news media used those briefings as an opportunity to propagandize against President Trump. Then a federal judge appointed by Obama ruled that the White House could not control who was allowed to attend the briefings.

So then SHS stopped having daily press briefings. Sarah didn’t announce a new policy or anything, just one day the briefing was canceled and then the next and the next and yadda yadda yadda they never started again. CNN’s Jim Costa and April Ryan were both devastated. How were they going to attract attention if they could not stage their drama queen theatrics?

I hope this thing with Jake Tapper isn’t just a coincidence. I hope it is deliberate and part of a new strategy by Trump and the GOP. If CNN won’t give Trump and the GOP a fair hearing, fuck ’em. Don’t go on their shows.

Don’t announce a new policy. Obama announced some kind of boycott of Fox but that didn’t work out so well. Just … don’t go on CNN. If anyone asks you if you are boycotting, deny it. But don’t go on their shows.

You know and I know that CNN is not a news network. Oh, they used to do the news and maybe someday they’ll go back to doing the news but right now CNN is nothing but an outlet for Democrat propaganda. If you don’t believe me just ask Project Veritas – they have the undercover videos to prove it.

CNN does not care about ratings. It’s a good thing for them they don’t care because their ratings suck. They only good thing you can say about CNN’s ratings is they are beating MSNBC. Both networks are being crushed by FOX and they are regularly beaten by reruns of old TV shows and QVC.

Nobody tunes in to CNN because they want the news. They tune in to CNN to be reassured that Trump will soon be impeached. Leftists tune in to get reinforcement of their beliefs. The USSR discovered that with intensive brainwashing you can get just about anybody to do anything. The problem is the effect wears off and must be reinforced. And the farther the brainwashing is from reality, the more reinforcement is needed.

So why does Jake want Republicans on his show? It sure ain’t because he likes them and wants to help them spread the Gospel of Trump. It isn’t because Jake is looking for true and accurate information. CNN is the Mothership of Fake News. And it is not because CNN wants to present both sides fairly.

CNN craves credibility. It is tempting to say they have none, but they still have quite a bit of credibility with what Leftists call “lo fo” voters – low information voters. The term does not refer to their intelligence or imply they are ignorant. It simply refers to people who don’t follow politics or the news. The undecided voters. Once upon a time, CNN had a good reputation as moderate and fair. That was when CNN was primarily a news network. CNN has not been primarily a news network since back when MTV still showed music videos.

CNN needs Republicans to appear on their shows to create the illusion of fairness. RINOs are becoming an endangered species. They also depend on ambush journalism to please their far-left viewers. So they put the GOP guest in a studio where he is mic’ed up. Give him a nice, friendly interview, then at the end hit him with a question that leaves him stammering as you go to commercial. Guess what the only part of the interview is that makes it on the air?

Ask yourself this: What benefit do the Republicans get out of going on CNN?

{{Jeopardy! theme music}}

It the Republicans were smart (odds are 80-20 against) they would adopt Trump’s policies and methods to use in dealing with the media:

1. Ignore them.
2. Be verbally abusive to them.
3. Never say anything nice about them.
4. Never ever trust them.

The old conventional wisdom was that Republicans should kiss the media’s ass. Trump’s philosophy seems to be “Make ’em lick the boot that kicks ’em.”

IMNSHO: Any Republican who fraternizes with the news media should be considered suspect.


Hey, hey, ho, ho, me gotta go.

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171 Responses to Let Them Eat Jake

  1. helenk3 says:

    they won’t come to his house and play pin the tail on the elephant???? that is just rude.

  2. helenk3 says:

    gues this is not working for jake

  3. helenk3 says:

    GEE YOU THINK?????

  4. 49erDweet says:

    Great post, sir. Spot on!!!!!! Why any thinking person* (moderate) would waste time watching CNN (other than for opposition research) is beyond me.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      The only time I watch CNN is when there is some breaking news event and CNN has the best-situated camera crew(s) to show what is happening. Like the night/morning when the cops caught up to the Boston Marathon bombers. CNN was the first to get reporters to the scene and begin figuring out what was happening.

      I still remember the beginning of Desert Storm. All the other networks had camera crews in Saudi showing military planes taking off and landing while the reporters read authorized press releases out loud on the air. They were saying stuff like “The air war has begun.” and “Coalition fighters and bombers have struck targets in Iraq and Kuwait.”

      Meanwhile, CNN had a crew on the roof of the International Hotel in Bagdad. They were broadcasting the war live and showing AA fire and explosions. That was probably the biggest moment in CNN history – everybody on the planet who had cable was watching CNN right at that moment, including GHWB, the Pentagon, Sadaam Hussein, and his generals.

      • 49erDweet says:

        Yep, remember. How sad that the mighty have fallen so low.

        • Constance says:

          They didn’t really fall they willingly jumped down off their hard earned pedestal to wallow in the disgusting filth. They made their choices and now they are living with them.

      • Somebody says:

        I had a heads up, had my VCR recording CNN when the news broke. I can divulge that I knew the time because my source that was a part of the action passed away, RIP. I recorded all of that coverage because it was history or something, then CNN came out with a box set. BTW that was indeed their high point, it’s been downhill since.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Sadly the “INpeachment” bullshit has elevated cnn ratings. People tune in after a full days work and raising kids and get nothing but orange man bad. They don’t have the time to sort through the lies. Accept snopes and wikipedia as well.

  5. votermom says:

    Pierre Delecto denounces this post!

  6. SHV says:

    “Meet The Press (MTP) used to be the King of Serious News shows.”
    MTP went down hill after the era of Martha Rountree, Ned Brooks, Lawrence Spivak and May Craig.

  7. helenk3 says:

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    why do I have the feeling that Trump knows this and let them screw themselves royally?

    • Constance says:

      Gingrich made a good point on “Outnumbered” this morning. When Jessica said the USA should have enforced a no-fly zone in northern Syria, Gingrich said “Our planes come out of our base in Turkey so we are supposed to use those planes to enforce a no-fly zone on Turkey?”

    • Constance says:

      There is border wall being built and it isn’t that 3 ft high crap Obama and Bush built. “We build the Wall” says the Trump administration has classified all parts of the border as 1,2,3 or 4 priority and is working on getting all #1 priority covered with modern 18-30 foot walls. They are going with the steel fencing which they fill with concrete once it’s in place in the deep concrete foundation. Apparently “We build the Wall” is working on their second wall project right now but they haven’t publicized it because last time they did Democrats mobilized against them and held up the project. I can’t wait for the announcement from those guys.

  9. Mothy67 says:

    Some great responses

  10. Dora says:

    Oligarchs Will Crash System to Boot Trump – Paul Craig Roberts

    Paul Craig Roberts – We Have a CIA Operation Against the President


  11. swanspirit says:

    No more pretense, of not working for Soros. Bare naked power grabbing, by gerrymandering, after the census, and calling it redistricting. Obama is a destructive force, and a traitor to this country.

    Former President Barack Obama will headline a fundraiser for the National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC) at Alex Soros’s New York City home on Monday evening, according to Politico Playbook.
    Also expected to attend the NDRC event are the group’s founder and chairman, former Attorney General Eric Holder, and former Virginia governor and CNN contributor Terry McAuliffe.

    Founded in 2016, the NDRC is a super PAC aimed at positioning Democrats favorably in the round of redistricting after the 2020 census.

    Earlier this year, Obama’s political advocacy group, Organizing for Action (OFA), folded itself into Holder’s group and launched a campaign called “All On The Line” aimed at promoting redistricting reform.

    In August, the group unveiled another initiative, Redistricting U, that saw activists provide free training and tools to volunteers involved in redistricting efforts and guide groups on how to “be leaders in the movement for fair maps.”

    “Training is at the heart of organizing. It’s why I’ve always made it a priority – from my 2008 campaign until now,” Obama wrote in a tweet announcing the effort, which is part of the “All On The Line” campaign.

    “The movement for fair maps will determine the course of progress on every issue we care about for the next decade,” the former president added. “And we can’t wait to begin organizing when the redistricting process starts in 2021. We need to build this movement from the ground up – right now.”

    Before leaving the White House, Obama stated that he would make redistricting efforts a top priority in his post-White House career.


  12. Dora says:

    • Underwhelmed says:

      Self inflicted misery. Let them reap what they sowed.

    • Cisco says:

      And things are just as bad in Chicago.
      Great editorial by SCC.
      “…shoplifting un-prosecuted by the state, unpunished by the court’s…”
      Walgreens is closing its store in the South Side’s Calumet Heights neighborhood next month as it shutters 200 stores nationwide, officials confirmed. Customers, including frustrated residents, learned of the impending closure from employees last week. The store, 2011 E. 95th St., is set to close Nov. 11.

      Residents frustrated over the closing of their neighborhood Walgreens will have a chance to sound off at a community meeting called by Ald. Greg Mitchell (7th) at 6 p.m. Thursday at his 7th Ward service office, 2249 E. 95th St.


      “Why is it always stores in black neighborhoods that are closing? You’re not going to see stores close like this in Lincoln Park,” said Alcaraz, who has lived in the neighborhood for more than a decade. “We live in an area that’s aging out. There are a lot of seniors that depend on their prescriptions. This is unacceptable.”
      Well ma’am, you see, there’s this thing called “profit” that regulates a lot of business decisions. Stores that make money for the corporation tend to remain open. People shop there, appreciate the way they’re treated by staff, spend hard earned money there, and generally engender goodwill toward a store that is responsive to their needs.

      Then there’s another thing called “loss.” Stores that experience a lot of inventory “shrinkage” or see extraordinary amounts of shoplifting – shoplifting un-prosecuted by the State and unpunished by the Courts – well, companies don’t like that cutting into the bottom line. So they tend to keep less expensive merchandise around (because it might walk away), hire security guards (increasing overhead) and as a last resort, close stores that are “under-performing.”

      It’s really quite simple.
      Labels: silly people

      • Mothy67 says:

        Don’t most pharmacies deliver these days? They always try and use kids and the elderly to manipulate.

        • elliesmom says:

          I live in the middle of nowhere, and I can get my prescriptions and groceries delivered. Amazon will bring most everything else. I went two months without ever stepping inside a store. I went to the grocery store myself yesterday for the first time in a year. The cashiers almost threw a party.

  13. helenk3 says:

    juan was just talking about a big endorsement from AOC for bernie. I do not know about anyone else but if were running she would be the last one I would want to endorse me.
    losing thousands of job in her district, has no clue about what most Americans want. and batshit crazy

  14. Island Girl says:

    Excellent and hilarious post, thank you.

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  19. helenk3 says:

    which one will get the Joseph Goebbels propaganda award this year? CNN or MSNBC?
    They both seem to be good candidates and it will be close.

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  23. Mothy67 says:

    Another trans won another title in women’s sports. I cannot believe there is not more outrage!
    You do not get to compete at that level without thousands of hours of training. Most start very young. Swim, volleyball, softball, and track are my pup’s focus right now. I cannot begin to add up the hours of traing and expense. Teaching her to do her best and to respect when another is better. To work harder and to accept a fair loss. Who knows what tomorrow brings. She could be sidelined with an injury. She could lose interest. Right now , at 13, she has been told she shows promise. The positive regard makes her work harder. She wants a scholarship. A boy could claim to be a girl at anytime and diminish her chances.
    I wonder about the socio-economic demos for the districts that are embracing trans players. Pup will be able to go to a state school without crippling debt, but zero chance of a 50k school. Do these districts where parent’s just accept their daughters are at a disadvantage not care about the financial aspect? Doesn’t this disproportionately hurt minority students with the end results? There are so few spots.
    Related. I had a roommate that went to UPenn on a lacrosse scholarship. Huh? We worked together and lived together for at least a year and a half of college. There was no lacrosse. Her mom was Tapper’s boss. How many politicians kid’s parents are just as guilty as felicity Huffman? Does anyone think Chelsea was Stanford material? Stanford and Oxford?

    • Constance says:

      Today’s feminists are just a bunch of Leftist bitches these days, they are afraid to speak up without men’s permission. This problem can be easily solved. Women’s and Girl’s sports are for people with zero y chromosomes. Write that in the rules. I don’t know what that means for pretend women but just because you don’t identify as a man doesn’t make you a woman. The Powers That Be are foolish.

  24. Mothy67 says:

    Imagine being a girl on the streets. A child of the streets in Ho Chi Mein. A young Today show reporter, a single mother adopts you. Move to America at FIVE. Live in the Mainline. Her mom wrote a book about dealing with her adopted daughters. The girl went through hell initially being transplanted to Manhattan and then a move to the Mainline. She was FIVE. Her adopted mom wrote a book “They Came to Stay” to pat herself on the back. She told of the awful transition a young non English speaking girl went through. How does an almost near toddler respond to that. The girl had to go to private school. Imagine facing junior, high school with your mom writing a book about your childhood? Ugh.

    • Mothy67 says:

      No need to write a book. Shame kills. Imagine your childhood available to everyone.

    • Miranda says:

      I think mommy bloggers are behind a lot of the trans issues with kids. No one’s going to look at you/care if your kid is normal, so something has to be done.

      • elliesmom says:

        When my mom was in the last months of her life, I also had a teenage son with cancer. My mom’s demands on me were making me want to just abandon her. A good family therapist who never met her, but counseled me, suggested my spending some time with her reminiscing about the past. The therapist, rightly thought, that my seeing what our past looked like to her might give me some clues about how to deal with our present situation. It was a revelation of how differently we remembered past events in our lives. I’m really glad my mom didn’t have the option of writing a mommy blog. What I remembered as things I did that showed how fiercely independent I could be from a very young age, she saw as a child who had robbed her of being needed as a parent. I can only imagine how that might have played out on a mommy blog. 😉

        • lyn says:

          “What I remembered as things I did that showed how fiercely independent I could be from a very young age, she saw as a child who had robbed her of being needed as a parent.”

          That happened to me! I was three and pushed my mother away when she swooped down to hug me. She felt rejected when I only wanted to play with other kids. That came out when I went with her to put a dog to sleep and we both cried. She was shocked that I cried with her. What’s crazy is that I am the most sensitive one of the family, but I am independent too.

          • elliesmom says:

            My mom always told people her daughter “had no heart”. The truth was (and is still) if you come to me upset and in trouble, I won’t sit and cry with you like she would. I’ll try to make the trouble go away or at least get better. Occasionally, that might mean my saying, “Stop crying and get over yourself.” 🙂

        • John Denney says:

          “What I remembered as things I did that showed how fiercely independent I could be from a very young age, she saw as a child who had robbed her of being needed as a parent.”

          The whole point of being a parent is to develop a child’s independence to the point where they become self-sufficient, progressing to being able to provide for others as well.

          A parent gradually transitions from being an authority figure who must be obeyed, to wise counsel when their young adults encounter difficult circumstances.

        • Mothy67 says:

          Have you ever read “The Drama of the Gifted Child”?
          I am not big on Barnes & Noble psychology but I found it interesting and very relatable.
          It is not about art. It’s about the child instinctively responding to a mother as the grandmother. Convoluted. My grandmother was a tramp, a drunk, very well read and a bartender. My mom got prego at 15 but she is straight as an arrow. For God’s sake she became a nurse and my dad was her only partner. She spells out shit in a joke. I like saying cunt when it is appropriate. I have slept with twins. Ugh!
          God I hope Alice Miller was right and pup is more like my mom than me.

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  27. Mothy67 says:

    I am questioning myself about the T part of LGBTQ. Might I be wrong? I am gay. I do not feel the trans community has anything to do with me. I am not represented by the activists that espouse hundreds of genders. I don’t understand why you can’t just be a feminine guy or a masculine woman. Dresses, make-up, heels do not make you a woman. All those things are modern.

    • Miranda says:

      Or just wear/do what you want and don’t stick a label on it. I read an article once about a guy who decided he had the mind of a woman because he liked depression glassware ::eyeroll::

      The idea that certain activities belong to only one gender is ridiculous. I was in a craft store once and overheard a woman talking about her husband refusing to let their son make a necklace as a craft at a party.

    • Anthony says:

      I’m with you on this. I have nothing against genuine trans people. I was a kid when Christine Jorgensen was all over the news in the 50’s, so this is not a new concept. Being gay and being trans are two entirely different things. The gay community was co-opted by Soros in the 80’s with the ACT UP movement, and all of a sudden, there were no longer any boundaries to respect. I respect the right off any trans person to demand equal rights, but in my opinion, they have nothing to do with the gay community.

      Little by little, much like whats going on in our education system today, personal identity has been systematically stripped from the psyche. Thats called “Collectivism”, Ayn Rand wrote Atlas Shrugged in protest of it and in defense of Individualism. I could go on endlessly writing about it, but I’ll keep it simple: objective truth/reality is being replaced by subjective truth/reality,

      Here’s a good example: “Tim drives a Subaru”. That is objective truth, since its founded on fact and not opinion. If you were to say “Tim drives the best car ever made”, that would be subjective truth, because it only reflects Tim’s opinion. Honda owners would disagree, as would Benz, Chevy and Jeep owners, thus leaving no firm arbiter of defining the absolute objective truth founded in fact and not opinion.

      The socialist plan is to have everyone so confused and stripped of personal identity that there would be a clamoring for a source to define the objective truth. That would eventually leave the State to be the ultimate arbiter, once its been installed as the prime authority figure to define what is true and what is not. Lets say the State is funded by Subaru lobbyists and not independent tax payers. Then, the official arbiter of truth would determine that Subaru is indeed the best car on the road and everyone would accept that opinion as fact.

      I guess that wasn’t the shortest explanation, but that’s the best I can do. George Orwell did it better, but “1984” is far longer than this response.

      • swanspirit says:

        I agree that trans people should have equal human rights, but I draw the line at sports. Are sports a human right? Even the Greeks had the games of Hera, for women, when women were not permitted to participate in the original Olympics.
        Trans participants in women’s sports deprive girls and women of their rights.

        • Anthony says:

          Equal means equal. I’d have absolutely no problem with a Trans division where m2f and f2m trans people compete with each other on an even playing field.

          • jeffhas says:

            Equal human rights isn’t equal sexual rights. First, you have to prove what sex you are, and the lack or presence of a Y chromosome should be the definer – if you believe basic science throughout the millennia.

            All humans are equal for sure – But in sports as in so many areas of public and private life, there are areas controlled or segregated by sex. I’m not saying this is the way it has to be – I suppose you can have sporting events where all men and women can apply, participate and/or compete… but as it stands, Men would likely dominate in physical sports – but maybe women would become more ingenious or evolve to be on a more level playing field over time.

            I don’t really care what the sports world does here so long as it is fair and consistent (otherwise it’s a sham), and having two divisions (male/female) should really just have MEN in one division and WOMEN in the other – period. It seems like you’d define that by the obvious and most cut and dry scientific component – the Y chromosome…. but rather then do that, they bend themselves into pretzels over hormone therapies/tests all to try and make people feel like they are for-real Men or Women – but the Y chromosome doesn’t lie, it absolutely defines. This doesn’t make one human less equal then the other, but there is a scientific difference that cannot be reconciled by all the puberty blocking in the world. So if you’re going to separate MENS sporting events from WOMENS sporting events, define it by the most neutral factor possible – basic science from through the millennia.

          • Anthony says:

            I agree with you, Jeff. If you read what I wrote, what I’m suggesting are sports events where trans people compete against each other. THAT would be truly equal.

          • jeffhas says:

            For sure!!!! That works…

            OR, if trans people feel they’re not being treated equal, the compete based on your chromosomal makeup.

            Trans men compete with non-trans men, etc…

            But this lying about what sex you are from a chromosomal standpoint is nonsense.

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            Equal means equal, but it does not mean identical. Lots of feminists seem to be confused about that.

          • John Denney says:

            A Kentucky Derby winning jockey is not the physical equal of a Superbowl linebacker, and neither is likely to be the intellectual equal of an Einstein.

            Yet the jockey, the linebacker, and the Einstein are all endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights. All have equal Rights to Life, Liberty, pursuit of Happiness, freedom of speech and religion, . . .

            None have the right to rule over the others.

      • elliesmom says:

        If an archaeologist or anthropologist digs up your body in a thousand years, what sex is going to be assigned to your bones? That’s what sex you are and what sex you’ll remain throughout eternity. Physiology doesn’t lie.

        • lateblum says:

          I can’t wait to say this to my aggressive, SJW dil. She literally verbally attacked me on Friday saying I need to “explore (my) white privilege” when I refused to call someone a racist because I didn’t/don’t know that person. It ultimately led to my g-daughter crying because she was born white and can’t help it. (Dil had angrily said all whites are racist.) It was a real mess.
          I still can’t say much more because I am still in shock. Not that she thought it but that she was so disrespectful to me. She must’ve spent a long time holding onto those sentiments. She was utterly ruthless. I haven’t said anything to anyone because it was so hurtful and shocking. And I’d be embarrassed if any of my family were to speak the same way to anyone else. I think TDS is very real and very dangerous.

          • lyn says:

            Sorry to hear this. Throw her daughter’s reaction in her face. A little girl should not carry the weight of racism on her shoulders. {{ Hugs }}

        • Anthony says:

          There are only 2 authentic genders and hundreds of imposters

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          I can imagine future satirical cartoonists doing bits about how our culture had some very off the wall rites/sacrifices whereby those selected had their bits and pieces missing/ rearranged. Akin to those you see about the Aztecs performing heart surgery.

      • 49erDweet says:

        Especially when “the state” drives Ford’s & Chevy’s.

  28. Dora says:

    This could very well be the first thing Cuomo has done that I don’t find totally offensive.


    ‘A stronger, more humane New York’: Gov. Cuomo signs bill outlawing elephant performances


  29. Dora says:

    One might get the impression that Newson is purposely out to destroy the once beautiful State of California.


    The end of single-family zoning in California?: Susan Shelley

    Over the objections of city officials throughout the state, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that effectively ends single-family zoning in California.


  30. DeniseVB says:

    Poor Canada….Justin won re-election

  31. threewickets says:

    Jake is a CFR troll like everyone else. Not a journalist. If you are reporting on actors, you are an actor too.

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  33. DeniseVB says:

    When I first heard about this I thought it was fake news, but it’s real, proceeds from the sale of this cereal goes to GLAAD’s anti-bullying campaign, unless you’re a conservative LGBT I suppose. 😉

  34. Dora says:

    Music from one of my favorite composers.

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  36. Mothy67 says:

    I can’t let go of the dims saying knowingly infecting someone with HIV should not be a crime. Huh? What? I am a 53 year old gay man. . AIDS is not a tv movie for me. I was there in New York when AZT was the only hope. I watched tremendous friends die.
    I also know many men that are positive who are living healthy productive lives today. Thirty years later. I do not know of one person who has HIV that would put another at risk. I asked at least 20 guys I know. Not one thinks it would be okay. The dims are saying its okay to pass it on? Please help me understand this! How can it be okay to make another sick with a potentially deadly virus.
    I can see zero rationale.

    • John Denney says:

      But white people are guilty of infecting Native Americans with disease and killing them off, dontcha know.

      So is it ok to infect a Native American with HIV?

      • lateblum says:

        It apparently IS ok to infect a Native American – or even a not-so-Native American with HIV. Just not small pox and other “white man’s” diseases.

  37. DeniseVB says:

    Ok, Randy is a weirdo, but after hearing the hate the rest of the Hollywood is belching out, I’ll take this weirdo any day 😀 Give a listen….

  38. Mothy67 says:

    Jonathon Swift
    : “When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign, that the dunces are all in confederacy against him.”

    A Confederacy of Dunces is one of my favorite novels. On a desert island I want CoD, The Brothers Karamzov, The Thorn Birds, Of Human Bondage, and The Stand. Jane Eyre and the Sorrows of Young Werther and duh kafka are my stand bys.
    What novels would you select. Please no Joyce.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think The Thorn Birds was one of my favorites, maybe because my mom always seemed to be stalking hot, young priests 😉

      • Mothy67 says:

        I was a lonely sick gay kid my mom was a member of the doubleday book club. She forgot to send back the stamp so it arrived . I read it in two nights. I had read school assigned books. I had never been transported by a book. I think I was ten. My future was altered because that soap opera book made me dream.
        I love JK Rowling for The Chamber of Secrets. Shaypup fell so in love with that chapter. It is the Hermione book. I read that book to her in one sitting. She was so tired but we had to watch the movie. I cannot pay Rowling for that but I also cannot pay Colleen Mcollough for the Thorn Birds. Had I not been given her world when I was truly desolate I might not have survived. Words, love them.

    • John Denney says:

      The Hobbit and LOTR, the Conan series, and Tom Clancy’s series that started with, “The Hunt For Red October”
      And The Chronicles of Narnia.

  39. swanspirit says:

    What I don’t understand, is why these companies, especially THESE companies, knuckle under? It’s not as if a boycott (unintended but fun pun) would affect them, greatly.
    I guess some women might switch to another brand, but if they all refused, they couldn’t lose.

    Transgender Activists Force Menstrual Products Brand Always To Remove ‘Woman’ Symbol From Packaging
    Always, a brand of menstrual products, has been forced to scrub the “woman” symbol off their packaging in response to a coordinated effort by transgender activists to punish the brand for “discrimination” against transgender individuals.


  40. Mothy67 says:

    Totally random
    I was on twatter and someone was begging for followers. I had not thought about this touching song in years

  41. Dora says:

    GOP be warned: Impeachment will set off Democrat push to reverse Trump’s SCOTUS appointments, tax cuts and regulatory reforms


    • lyn says:

      Good luck with that! GOPers need to condemn Deep State Handmaiden Democrats 24/7.

      • DeniseVB says:

        GOPers need to grow a pair. Unless they know that PDjT is about to drop a nuclear bomb on their heads with the Fisa reports and are keeping their powder dry…..one can only hope.

  42. lateblum says:

    The CTU is almost as corrupt as the SEIU which is almost corrupt as the truckers union. And so …

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  45. DeniseVB says:

    The is probably one of the saddest stories I’ve ever followed recently. Outside of politics, that is.

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