Monthly Archives: January 2016

Will Bernie be Vince Fostered if he beats Hillary tomorrow?

Hillary and foster

The paper of record has its suspicions

The old guy is 74, in poor health, and suffers from gout – would it be too surprising if he keeled over from the excitement of winning in Iowa?

Just asking.


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Being a liberal means never having to admit you’re a foul mouthed, sexist pig

Don Harris, liberal: "By golly, that colored boy can play!"

Don Harris, liberal: “By golly, that colored boy can play!”

Local NAACP head; a white lawyer, by the way, is unrepentant for  snickering at a reporter’s tits.

Don Harris, the president of the Maricopa County Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, had just finished an event at Tempe Union High School District to discuss an incident at the school in which several girls wore black t-shirts bearing the letters “N-I-*-*-E-R” on them.

The outrage was instantaneous.

“The six students in question pulled ranks to spell out NI**ER on their own, smiling gleefully to pose for an Instagram picture. Their punishment was 5-days suspension,” a petition demanding their expulsion reads, EAG news reports.

“This hurtful use of a racial slur is a complete disregard for the dignity of the black community in Arizona and across the nation and the punishment does not fit the total ignorance and cruelty of the crime.”

Harris was on hand to accept apologizes and demand action.

But after the meeting, while participants were speaking with the media, he was caught on camera saying Channel 12 reporter Monique Griego had “nice tits.”

[C] ontacted after that incident … the NAACP leader said, “I apologize if anyone was offended. I could have said nothing . . . I’m really fucking sorry.” [emphasis added. When someone adds “if” to an apology, he’s really saying, “only an over-sensitive moron would be offended by what I said, but hell, if that’s how they feel, then I’m sorry – sort of”.]

He argued that the meeting was over when he complimented the reporter’s rack: “I’m going to slash my wrists,” he spews. “Better yet, I’m going to throw myself out of a fucking window, except I’m on the first floor . . . I’m one of the best goddamned people in the state.”

People criticized him when he first took over the NAACP chief post from the Reverend Oscar Tillman, who retired in 2014 after 22 years in the position, he says, because “I was the wrong flavor.

“They’ve seen me now, they’ve seen what I’ve done. I’ve given up my law practice. I’m down here six, seven days a week. That’s what my commitment is. I support NOW, the women’s organization — goddamn! — are you shitting me? Are you going to write this up?”

Give Harris this, he’s an equal opportunity pig; usually, liberals reserve their racist, homophobic and sexist comments for conservative targets. Tea Baggers, anyone? House Nigger Clarence Thomas? House whore Condoleeza Rice? Harris claims that his liberalism entitles him to throw offensive terms at anyone, and isn’t that a refreshing difference?


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There’s discrimination in Oscarwood, alright, but it’s not the blacks who should be complaining

frito bandito

¿dónde está mi premio?

The number of black Oscar winners pretty much matches their representation in the population as a whole: 10% vs. 12%.

Oscar nominations have not dramatically under-represented black actors. Instead, they have greatly over-represented white ones. Blacks are 12.6% of the American population, and 10% of Oscar nominations since 2000 have gone to black actors. But just 3% of nominations have gone to their Hispanic peers (16% of the population), 1% to those with Asian backgrounds, and 2% to those of other heritage (see chart).

the plane

And where is the “Best Mexican Midget” category?!


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Someone’s lying alright, and it’s Paul Krugman


And we want free unicorns too

 Former Enron consultant and NYT columnist Paul Krugman on socialized medicine.

In Britain, the government itself runs the hospitals and employs the doctors. We’ve all heard scare stories about how that works in practice; these stories are false. Like every system, the National Health Service has problems, but over all it appears to provide quite good care while spending only about 40 percent as much per person as we do. By the way, our own Veterans Health Administration, which is run somewhat like the British health service, also manages to combine quality care with low costs.

British Health Secretary, acknowledging shortage of pediatric emergency physicians, encourages worried parents to Google their infant’s symptoms.

VA Health care woes continue

Congress approved a sweeping overhaul of the department in response to headline-grabbing woes, but the VA continues to be plagued by missteps, including an internal report indicating that nearly one-third of veterans with pending applications for VA healthcare likely have already died. VA officials said they were unable to determine how many veterans died, whether they truly were seeking VA healthcare or had merely indicated interest in signing up.

The VA is a “broken bureaucracy” that “continues to be plagued by a culture of neglect and mismanagement that is denying veterans … across the United States access to the quality healthcare that they were promised,” said Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Despite its ongoing problems, the VA says it has made significant progress in the past year to improve its healthcare system and service delivery and set the course for long-term reform.


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Global warmists: just keep lying

di Caprio

Just checking for a pulse; nope.

Leonardo DiCaprio, fresh from Davos via his private jet, last night repeated his lie that his rape by a bear gave him a first hand, terrifying view of global warming.

Canada and South America’s breathtaking backdrops in “The Revenant” gave its award-winning star, Leonardo DiCaprio, a “terrifying” front row seat to climate change.

Record-breaking temperatures linked to climate change are the new normal for residents forced to endure their changing environment, the actor learned while filming the award-winning movie in locations that included Mexico, Argentina, British Columbia and Alberta.

“We shot at high altitudes in Calgary, and weather conditions were unprecedented,” DiCaprio, 41, said Saturday, speaking backstage at the SAG Awards in Los Angeles.

“The locals had told us they’d never had weather extremes like that since they’ve lived there,” he added. [every local interviewed by objective reporters hooted in derision at his confusion – ed] “And you realize that 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history, December was the hottest you know December in recorded history.”

The idiot high school drop out’s  abysmal ignorance of the typical Canadian chinook was exposed and disposed of two months ago, yet here he is, still telling the same lie, and still being quoted by mass journals of ignorance like the Daily News. I ask again: if anthropomorphic global warming is true, why do its advocates feel the need to lie, so often and so fervently?


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So much for the gay marriage president

The mosque O’Bumski will visit today is both a front for terrorists and a leader against homosexuality. Here’s the mosque’s resident scholar, opining on homosexuals and what should be done about them.

A 2013 Youtube video shows Shaikh, who previously served as imam at a mosque in Plano, Tex., speaking out forcefully against homosexuality in Islam.

During an hour long diatribe, Shaikh called homosexuality a psychological disorder that has no place in Islam or society. He also lamented that gay rights groups have “hijacked” political discourse.

“This whole subject of homosexuality in the public sphere…is no longer a religious issue, unfortunately, as much as we want to use the religious card and try to defeat this, now it’s become a politicized issue,” Shaikh says in the video.

“Politicians are highly influenced by people who back them, and we find that these politicians who are calling for gay rights and marriage and supporting gay rights are lobbied and campaigned by gay activists, by gay groups. And they are throwing money at it left and right to gain some acceptance in society, to be considered normal people, to be treated normally.”

Obama is one such politician who has supported gay rights.

“We have to counter the efforts that are taking place elsewhere,” Sheikh says in the video, advising that “if our children are taught that [homosexuality is] okay, we have to teach them it’s not okay.”

“The president’s visit is proof of his active support of multiculturalism and acceptance, with love, of Muslim beliefs,” White House spokesman Robert Byrd told FWIW. “While the Jews are torturing our Palestinian brothers, Islam restricts its hatred to homos, queers and of course, Shitties or Sunnys, depending on which camp they’re in. That’s moderation, and that’s something all progressive thinkers should, and do, support.”



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Disturbing news for snowflake victim studies graduates

Panera kiosk

Not a womens studies graduate among them

Panera leads the way in replacing cashiers with computer kiosks. The head of Panera, just by the way, claims to be an advocate for pumping up the minimum wage, and has generously supported Obama in the past. And why not? As his competitors are struggling to pay their labor costs, his computer robots will just plug along.


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Fish or cut cheese?

armed shoppers

Whole Food shoppers pick their poison

Our two senators have written from Washington, demanding that food stores, of all places, ban customers from carrying guns on their premises.

There is simply no reason someone would need to bring their gun with them in order to purchase milk, bread, or other necessities at a grocery store. Customers should feel safe while shopping, and employees should not be fearful while doing their jobs. 

You have the opportunity to take a strong stance in support of creating a safe, welcoming environment in Connecticut’s food retailers. Again, we urge you to implement a new policy that would prevent the open carry of guns in your member stores.

There would seem to be no obvious need to use a pistol to borrow a book, buy a pair of shoes or watch one’s car detailed, either, so this proposed ban is rather disingenuous -our senators want a ban on carrying guns, period. But carrying a weapon is about deterring crime, not causing it (except, of course, when it is, but those people are already banned from possessing guns) and has nothing to do with the everyday activity of shopping itself.

So why seek to protect the fish and the cheese counters, specifically? No reason at all, but a woman got upset the other day when she saw a pistol on the belt of a man reaching for a quart of milk, and freaked out. The dangerous character turned out to be a detective, but the “incident” spurred a drive to ban guns in food stores and our senators have seen a way to get their names in the news by joining the circus.

It’s just another opportunity to attack gun owners, again – safety has nothing to do with it, except in a negative way: when there is a need for a gun to protect fellow citizens, the gun won’t be there.



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If only the children of the corn could read, and understand

All the young products of modern education who are cheering on their own destruction at Bernie Sanders rallies might not be so enthusiastic about submitting themselves to a socialist regime if they knew anything about economics, or history, but they don’t, so they do.

But maybe the example of modern day Venezuela, Sean Penn’s pet project before he diverted to supporting drug ls, would be more accessible. It’s on the verge of complete collapse, for all of the reasons detailed by conservative publications for the past decade. Assuming the Washington Post is still on the children’s acceptable news sources list, maybe this linked-to article may help.

Or maybe the truth about Bernie’s paradise, Denmark, might open their eyes. Not the dismal economic growth rate or astounding debt its citizens suffer – what do children care about the future? – but the fact that 80% of these kid’s parent’s earnings will go for taxes, leaving them way less to pass along in allowances. That, and the idea that Mom and Dad fork over $49,000 for a Honda Accord, thanks to “luxury” taxes, when the same car in America costs $22,000.

Being a social justice warrior is all fun and games, until someone ends up in dad’s hand-me-down station car.



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This figures

Escaped prisoners

Eat healthy, be healthy. But not wealthy.

Those two escaped prisoners, one of whom had been dubbed “Hannibal the Cannibal”, arrested while shopping at Whole Foods.

It’s the lack of gluten that drives men crazy. That, or overpaying for the non-gluten stuff.


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Whoever said “there’s a sucker born every minute” (it wasn’t Barnum) was off by a factor of millions


Orange juice is not made from wheat, you idiot! “Hmm, twice the price for gluten-free OJ – worth the price?”

Products labelled “Gluten- Free” priced up to 200% more than the identical products that also lack gluten 

And of course, 99% of the people paying extra for unpalatable bread, for instance, are faddists, not coeliac disease sufferers.

Supermarkets are ‘exploiting’ shoppers by selling gluten-free products with huge mark-ups even though the regular, cheaper versions do not have any gluten in them either.

In some cases the price difference between the so-called ‘free from’ product without gluten and a similar, normal product can be 200 per cent.

Around one in 100 people have coeliac disease, an auto-immune condition which can make sufferers seriously ill if they eat gluten, a protein found in grains such as wheat, barley and rye.



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And you thought Minneapolis prices were nuts

30B5A4EC00000578-0-image-m-21_1454133874184Vancouver home on 4,000 sq.ft lot lists for $2.4 million, and is expected to get it.


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Sadly, there will NOT always be an England, but they’ve been fun while they lasted


“And if it turns out that you don’t like worms, there’s always D-Con”

Barrister spends three days underground eating worms “because I wanted to know what it felt like to be a badger”. 


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Chickens, and the counting thereof


Lessons that should have been learned in childhood

Woman who thought, or claimed, she’d won lottery now owes loan shark £6,000 on the £2,000 she borrowed to pay for week-long celebration.

After her claim that she’d run the winning ticket through her washing machine was rejected, it turned out that the 48-year-old grandmother also has other difficulties:

Miss Hinte is facing two trials in March for theft and motoring offences.

It also emerged yesterday she is facing a criminal trial after being accused of stealing a purse and an Xbox controller.

Camelot has warned it may take action if it suspected anyone of attempting to ‘defraud the National Lottery’.

Let us hope that her loan shark is of the forgiving sort.

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Well THAT’S a relief

Blazing saddles

Hey, where the fräuleins at?


EU leaders insist there is no link between mass assaults on women in Cologne and Muslim refugees.

Demand “the unconditional rejection of false associations between certain criminal acts, such as the attacks on women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, and the mass influx of refugees”.


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alḥamdulillāh (“All praises and thanks be to Allah”)

dead terrorists

Dig it

7 Palestinian terrorists smothered when tunnel collapses on them.


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A dishonest hit man’s like a dishonest judge: they just won’t stay bought

Honest judge

Say, whaddya think I am, a crook?

Executive escapes death when he offers a hit man $25,000 more than his bitter father-in-law was paying.

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Well it’s about time


Here I stoop; I can do no other

Obama will visit a U.S. mosque for the first time of his presidency.

“Ever since he was told he had to stop hanging with Rev Wright”, White House spokesman Joshingin Earnest told FWIW, “he’s seen no point in going to a Christian church. He’s made it 18 times in his rule so far, but that was just to keep the bitter bible-clinging gun nuts in flyover country satisfied; what he really wants to do is to kick back, catch up with his crew, and see what they’ve been up to. Next week’s visit will allow him to do just that, finally.”


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Bottom story of the day

NYT endorses Hillary. Darn, I was hoping they’d go for Cruz.

Hillary fat ass

Does this jacket make me look too thin?


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It’s enough to make you wonder whether the Democrats really mean it when they complain that the Supreme Court’s decision in United Citizens has destroyed democracy

Clinton family foundation

When they left the White House, Mom and Dad had only a cardboard shoebox to live in, and, just like Jackie, I was forced to marry a creepy billionaire just to survive. Pray for us; pray, and weep. And donate, of course.

Hillary’s PAC has $92.5 million in its coffers

Or perhaps the liberals have spent a decade demonizing the Koch brothers in order to distract the public from the fact that the evil twins are 59th on the list of political doors from 1989-2014, with a total of $18 million.

So who occupies the 58 spots ahead of the Evil Koch Bros? Six of the top 10 are … wait for it … unions. They gave more than $278 million, with most of it going to Democrats.

These are familiar names: AFSCME ($60.6 million), NEA ($53.5 million), IBEW ($44.4 million), UAW ($41.6 million), Carpenters & Joiners ($39.2 million) and SEIU ($38.3 million).

In other words, the six biggest union donors in American politics gave 15 times more to mostly Democrats than the Evil Koch Bros.

Wall Street and Act Blue, too

Three of the remaining four slots in the top 10 were taken by AT&T ($56.4 million), National Association of Realtors ($51.2 million) and Goldman Sachs ($44.8 million).

In addition to funding Republicans, the boys gave $25 million to the United Negro College Fund in 2014, and $150 million to Sloan Kettering Cancer center in 2015. Donations to “The Clinton Fund” are used to support and maintain a campaign staff for the lady. For the Clintons, charity begins at home – and ends there.


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