Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Celebrity Left is Still the Enemy

Originally posted on Stupidity Tries:
It seems the electoral spectacle of 2016 is never going to fucking end. This interminable state of affairs has long been dragging this country even deeper into a reactionary abyss, but since the Washington Post…

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On Syria: Use Your Principles, If You Have Any

Originally posted on 100 Flamingos:
This is an article about Syria. In it, I won’t be going into depth about who did what to whom and where and when and how. I won’t be analyzing the shadows in photographs or whether…

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Rethinking My Purpose

Originally posted on roasty:
Say what you will about the last month and a half (you know, that post-electoral period of time where liberals suddenly woke up to the fact that fascism exists, then predictably made it all about them), but…

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An Open Letter to Jill Stein

Dear Dr. Stein: Die, you ridiculous ass. Kisses, Tarzie

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The Bloviations of Christiane Amanpour, Queen of Fake News

Originally posted on 100 Flamingos:
Yes. I do plan to continue mining my Facebook for blog fodder. Liberalism has found its ultimate distillery in that social media platform’s ability to boost vapid sound bites and contextless yet profound proclamations. My friends…

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Yes, Throw the Celebrity Clowns Away

My current mood is toward throwing everything in the political realm away, including anyone calling themselves a leftist, but we can start with celebrities. The selection of videos at the end of this post is great.

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Manufacturing Normality

C. J. Hopkins in Counterpunch: Sometime circa mid-November, in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s defeat (i.e., the beginning of the end of democracy), the self-appointed Guardians of Reality, better known as the corporate media, launched a worldwide marketing campaign against the … Continue reading

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