Category Archives: Politics

False False Flag

Psycho Sayoc attends the largest inauguration since God was elected God. Hard to believe, but the asshole sending flaccid explosive devices to enemies of the right (Obama, Clinton, Biden, Maxine Waters, the sucking CNN … What? No love/hate for the … Continue reading

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The Ole Grip ‘n Grin

Trump exchanges palm sweat with Mohammad bin Shithead, chief Middle East assassin better known as MBS Saudi Arabia – our bestest friend who sells us oil at inflated prices in return for letting us defend them and their retrograde society … Continue reading

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Kill People, Not Jobs

World’s Longest Hearse Now that Brew Kavanaugh sits on the highest court in the land, Americans can expect to see their rights crimped and their styles cramped – unless their surnames are Inc. or LLC. One area that will surely … Continue reading

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Full Court Depress

Long gone are the days when presidents nominated people worthy of sitting on the Supreme Court for decades. There was a time when nominees could garner overwhelming support in the Senate because partisanship was not the name of the game … Continue reading

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Fahrenheit 12-D

Right-wingers are apoplectic over Nike’s new ad campaign featuring ex-49ers quarterback and NFL persona-non-gratis Colin Kaepernick. So incensed are they over the appearance of the traitorous Kaepernick in the new “Just Do it” campaign that they are actually burning their … Continue reading

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Trump’s War on Coal

He rubs it on his penis, too Continuing on his “god”-given mission to undo whatever Obama had done before him, Trump the other day put a stake in the moribund Clean Power Plan which called for reductions in power-plant’s usage … Continue reading

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Time to Go Back to CEO School

The new C-Suite After Martha Stewart of all people was convicted of securities fraud for insider trading, you’d think highly-paid CEOs and Board of Directors members today would tread lightly around any activity that might attract unwanted attention from the … Continue reading

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U Bum

According to one survey, Americans spend an average of about 24.4 hours per week watching live television. That number would be significantly reduced if Trump was left out of the survey group. As the so-called leader of the free world … Continue reading

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The Brain Attached to the Mouth

In grade school, if you mentioned that you play the organ, you could expect to be queried on whether you also toot the skin flute. It’s just that way in grade school. I hearkened back to those dismal days and … Continue reading

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Musings on July 4

Confident that a Trump cock is bigger than a Hancock, the Orange Man chose July 4th to take his rightful place on the Declaration of Independence, ensuring that his Rorschach Test of a signature goes down as the hugest scribble … Continue reading

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Wharton Wants its Diploma Back

Trump in his riding garb, ready to mount his Harley – and then fuck the company that made it. Harley-Davidson, once upon a time a darling in Trump’s orbit for making iconic motorcycles in America, has now incurred the wrath … Continue reading

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Problems Solved with a Stroke of the Crayon

Let’s face it: Trump, led by the nose by his xenophobic advisers Steven Miller and Jefferson Bagins Sessions, blew it with his executive order separating children from immigrant parents seeking asylum. Yes, this kind of shit plays well with the … Continue reading

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Trump Gets a Pass This Week

OK – We can’t let a blog go by without some level of Trump insult Trump served up a heap of material this week for those commentators who enjoy skewering his Orange-tinted foolishness. One example: his repetitive lie about a … Continue reading

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Who Will Trump Toss Next Into the Woodchipper?

Is that the sock of John Bolton? Despite recorded evidence to the contrary, Trump claimed during the 2016 election that he was against going to war with Iraq in 2003 – using the lie as a cudgel against his opponent … Continue reading

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The Whiny Bitch

Trump is a whiny bitch – that much is evident from the myriad times he’s cast himself as having been treated “very unfairly.” Despite having been born with a silver spoon in his mouth and a convenient bone spur in … Continue reading

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The Shit Trump Sez

This is not a piece about Trump’s wild claims and serial prevarications. Many in the media have dissected his bizarre obsession with the non-crowds at his inauguration, and the provably false assertions that he won the popular vote if you … Continue reading

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Mo Better Brains

Mo “the Moron” Brooks wonders how to stop the rocks from falling into the ocean. Growing up in the 1960s at a time when the space race was on, JFK was pushing science and technology initiatives through Congress, and a … Continue reading

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U.S. Moves a Sign

On the campaign trail, Trump, like his predecessors dating back decades promised to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from cosmopolitan Tel Aviv to the perennially turbid and contested city of Jerusalem. I wrote a blog predicting he’d never do … Continue reading

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The March of the Wooden Lawyers

How long before Trump fires his newest lawyer, Rudy Giuliani? On March 10, the New York Times reported that Trump was considering Emmet Flood, a one-time counsel to Bill Clinton, for a position on his feeble legal team. The story … Continue reading

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Make America Choke Again

Although it happened almost 50 years ago, I clearly recollect celebrating the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970 when our entire eighth grade class marched several block to a nearby college to listen to speeches denouncing the ongoing desecration … Continue reading

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