Sex Scandals Charlie Rose Al Franken
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The Bookworm Beat 11/21/17 — sex scandals illustrated edition

I’ve assembled a small (but solid) collection of sex scandals posters, plus a few of my own comments about Left//Right differences vis-a-vis the scandals. First, the posters: And now my comments about these roiling, boiling, continuously new and (if hyper-hypocritical Progs are involved) enjoyable sex scandals: 1. The women’s movement [Read More]

Illustrated Edition
Politics

The Bookworm Beat 11/19/17 — the illustrated edition

There’s something for everyone (at least everyone with sound common sense, an informed mind, and a good brain) in my latest illustrated edition. I had a post I wanted to write today, but haven’t yet figured out how to do it without violating someone’s privacy. So, while I wrestle with [Read More]

Creepy Joe Biden Bad Touch Biden Sex Scandals
Politics

Not all sex scandals are created equal: breaking down the different types

The sex scandals we read about are all different and require different responses, ranging from letting the voters speak to criminal prosecution. Except for hysterical stories about President Trump drinking water or feeding fish the wrong way, it seems as if the news is entirely taken over with breaking sex [Read More]

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The New Yorker magazine proudly sponsors Bradley Manning

Showing its anti-Americanism, The New Yorker celebrates the treasonous Bradley Manning as a mover and shaker who was more sinned against than sinning. Mr. Bookworm has a subscription to print version of The New Yorker. Most of the time I ignore this weekly magazine, finding it alternately banal, pompous, and [Read More]