Tom Brady Super Bowl
Donald Trump

Bookworm Beat 2/5/17 — the “Super Bowl Sunday” edition

Full disclosure: I didn’t watch the Super Bowl. I am boycotting the Super Bowl, because I have not forgiven it for how it enthusiastically allowed Kaepernick (whom the 49ers are releasing) to politicize what should have remained non-political. Having said that, I’m glad the Patriots won because, politically speaking, it’s [Read More]

#BoycottTheBoycotters
Economics

#BoycottTheBoycotters — Kellogg isn’t the only one to call you “fascist”

I have a new battle cry:  #BoycottTheBoycotters! Thanks to Breitbart, Trump voters are well aware that Kellogg, rather than marketing its product to all consumers, has declared that roughly half of America’s consumers are “deplorable” and has declared a boycott against them. I know that sounds rather strong, but that’s exactly [Read More]

Politics

Bookworm Beat 12/6/16 — the “there’s nothing usual about politics” edition

One of the categories I long ago set up for articles I’m saving to include in a round-up was called “politics as usual.” I’ve since changed it to “there’s nothing usual about politics.” The fusion of the Trump presidency, the collective Progressive mental breakdown, and the culture wars means that [Read More]

Politics

Progressives pressure other companies to follow Kellogg’s lead

The relentless pressure Progressives are using to get other companies to follow Kellogg’s lead and remove their advertising from Breitbart and other conservative websites is a reminder that, for the Left, the personal is always political. Leftists will not allow any activity in their lives to be politically neutral. Everything [Read More]