By: Mike McDaniel Steve Martin has long been one of my favorite comedian/actor/writer/musicians. He once observed it was a good thing he wasn’t female because he’d stay home all day, playing with his breasts. When humor has to be explained, it tends to lose its effectiveness, but this is a wryly ironic observation about not only the nature of men, but the power women have over them. It provides insight not only into the different ways men and women see such things, but for what we take for granted.
We have a whole generation that is in dire need of de-programming. They have no idea how privileged and blessed they are and they’re all willing to give it away. re Published on Jun 20, 2017 Sociologist Frank Fruedi and Reason’s Nick Gillespie discuss the decline of free speech on [Read More]
One of the hottest trends in ‘corrective’ surgery today is a ‘designer vagina.’ Surgery is available today to restore hymens, increase or decrease the opening, restore a clitoris after female genital mutilation, shortening or lengthening labia, you name it. The New York Post’s Kase Wickman visited a designer vagina showcase [Read More]
In 1975’s Fawlty Towers, it was funny to say “don’t mention the war” to Germans. In England today, it’s no joke that you can’t pair Islam with violence. After John Cleese left Monty Python, he and his then-wife, Connie Booth, went on to create and star in Fawlty Towers. In [Read More]