No Picture
Politics

Rape Accusations, Leftists, Blurred Lines, and poor Brett Kavanaugh

Once Orwellian Leftists got their hands on it, “rape” as traditionally understood became a malleable concept to be used to destroy political enemies. Item: Former Vice President Joe “Creepy Touch” Biden, when announcing that the Obama White House was creating a task force to address campus rape, stated “One in [Read More]

82nd Airborne sings Irving Berlin's God Bless America
Nominations

The 82nd Airborne’s “God Bless America” and a reverence for liberty

The 82nd Airborne’s beautiful recording of Irving Berlin’s God Bless America, reminds us that reverence for liberty is at the heart of American patriotism. Irving Berlin’s family came to American in 1893, when he was five, leaving behind forever the ethnic, genocidal pogroms that destroyed his family home in Russia. [Read More]

Culture

21 AND STUPID

Vassar Bushmills Every college kid remembers when he turned 21 because it was the day he could use his own drivers’ license to get into the Boom-Boom Room. That was in the first semester of my sophomore year, 1966. There were a lot of laws, even ancient ones, that were in [Read More]

Culture

WENCHING, A STORMY DANIELS UPDATE

Vassar Bushmills (Editor’s note) The rising then falling star of Stormy Daniels and attorney Michael Avenatti has made this article a little prophetic, so I thought I’d update it with a reminder of just what a porn star does for a living:  This piece isn’t really about Stormy Daniels [Read More]

Second Amendment Bookworm Beat
Guns & 2nd Amendment

Bookworm Beat 4/8/2018 — Sunday stuff illustrated edition

Second Amendment posters always come first in the Bookworm Beat, because without the Second Amendment, the Bill of Rights is a dead letter — and so are we. If the Trumps were Democrats, Melania would be on every cover of every chic women’s magazine in the world every month. pic.twitter.com/yLDSkfKufT [Read More]

Trump Economy Illustrated Edition
Politics

Bookworm Beat 12/11/17 — the illustrated edition and open thread

On a day that sees the news look like news in Groundhog Day, with old stories endlessly repeating, today’s illustrated edition still brings fresh laughs. As you look at this next poster, remember that Facebook is going to “protect us” from “fake news”: And here’s another example of how Facebook [Read More]

Government

Readout: Second Lady Karen Pence Kicks Off Two-Day Creative Forces Research Summit

The White House Office of the Second Lady For Immediate Release September 18, 2017 Today, Second Lady Karen Pence hosted a breakfast at the Vice President’s Residence for the attendees of the Creative Forces Clinical Research Summit taking place in Washington, D.C. At the start of the event, Mrs. Pence [Read More]

Transgender Military Bradley Manning Chelsea Manning
Propaganda

“The Princess and the Frog” shows that military and transgender don’t mix

A few striking visuals in a charming Disney movie perfectly illustrate the Big Lie hiding behind the transgender movement. Before anyone asks, there is no actual transgender content in Disney’s delightful The Princess And The Frog, a movie I praised lavishly here. Nevertheless, after reading about the travails of a [Read More]

Donald Trump

Transgender Obsession

By: Mike McDaniel    With few exceptions, none of which come to mind at the moment, everything Barack Obama and his Obamites did to the American military was destructive. It may therefore be understood that undoing any of those social justice initiatives is not only worthwhile, but necessary if our [Read More]

Hillary Clinton

National Review cruise — Hillary’s America, the military, and abortion

On behalf of Bookworm, I’m reposting her account of an NRO Cruise she’s embarked on . Enjoy!   November  18, 2016 That title is correct: I’ll give you a brief rundown of Dinesh D’Souza’s Hillary’s America, an abortion panel, and a military panel. Things happen quickly on a National Review [Read More]

Just Plain Funny

[VIDEO] Basic training is not what it used to be (NSFW — obscenities)

I have a friend who went to college on a ROTC scholarship and has been an active duty officer for the past thirty-three years. When we last spoke, he told me that, while the new generation of enlistees has great potential, basic training has changed substantially. I forget his exact [Read More]