Monthly Archives: November 2011

Barney Frank: The New Elmer Fudd

News flash! Barney Frank is in contract negotiations with the executives of DreamWorks to star in their upcoming Bugs Bunny movie extravaganza. Continue reading

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Bye Bye Barney and Hello Curt Schilling?

After 16 terms in office, Barney Frank is saying sayonara to his commodious congressional seat. Faced with the political reality of an uphill battle to win reelection, Fast Hands Frank decided to call it quits. The Democrat Congressman from the Bay State’s 4th district found himself mapped out of a job when his big home boy town of New Bedford was effectively bounced from the 2012 campaign. The 4th district lost the ultra union Democrat stronghold of New Bedford and gained more moderate and less politically predictable suburban communities like Medfield, home address of ex-baseball pitcher, Curt Schilling. Continue reading

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Black Friday Blues: The Then and Now of Economic Hardship

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. And I think the maxim makers are so right on that point. And if one photo can seem to echo the values of an era gone by, then a video gone viral can speak volumes on the post-Aquarian age of the early 21st century. Continue reading

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The Lesbian Conservative’s 2nd Anniversary

Here’s to The Lesbian Conservative and all the wonderful folks who have helped to made this blog provocative and fun. And here’s to a great upcoming 3rd season. Continue reading

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Giving Thanks for the 1%

Let us raise our wine glasses on this Thanksgiving day to pay a brief homage to that much maligned and sorely slandered class of capitalist whose financial success creates the very foundation for all our lives. Continue reading

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A Happy Rockwell Thanksgiving

Home for Thanksgiving, November 24, 1945. Continue reading

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A Progressive Thanksgiving: Power to the Turkeys!

It just wouldn’t be a typical American holiday in this progressive day and age without the guilt-tripping, gut-wrenching liberal deconstruction of our traditional Thanksgiving celebration. Or should we be calling it a decelebration? And there is no better exposé of our inherently hateful white Western European nature than a little inside-out historical revision to portray the truly authentic experience of our poor oppressed bird-brained brothers and sisters that have run afoul of us horribly hungry humans. Continue reading

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Penn State and the McQueary Syndrome

On the Penn State pedophilia scandal and Mike McQueary’s reaction on discovering a little boy getting sodomized in the university’s locker room shower, Mark Steyn has this keenly perceptive cultural observation to offer: Continue reading

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Gettysburg Address: November 19, 1863

This nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. Continue reading

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Life in the Land of OccUtopia: Arson, Murder, and Rape, Oh My!

The Yellow Brick Road to socialism seems to be plagued by some very unseemly and serious scenarios of a violent and brutal nature. But is anyone really surprised that the Occupy movement is totally adrift in an unsettling sea of pointless passion, floundering in the foam of their silly non sequiturs? Sadly, if nothing else, this hacked-up hairball of Leftwing lunacy has perhaps taught some very tough life lessons to the proud and the privileged whose college capers have hit the concrete wall of genuine in-your-face reality. Continue reading

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Send a Patriotic Care Package to a Pro-Communist Professor

Michael Avery, Professor of Constitutional Law at Suffolk University in Boston had a royal radical conniption last week when he received an email from a fellow Law School staff member asking for small donation items to be included in Holiday care packages for our deployed troops. Professor Avery wasted no time in rapping out his incendiary response to this militaristic piece of pro-American promotional propaganda. Continue reading

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Carson Capers: The Halcyon Days of Late Night TV

Forget Leno and leave off the likes of Letterman. Nobody did late night better than Johnny Carson. Continue reading

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On the Ascendency of Chelsea Clinton to NBC News

Here in the good old USA, we like to think that most people get promoted, whether in business, government, academia, or the media, based upon a tried-and-true concept collectively categorized in bourgeois circles as genuine qualifications for the job—all those boring banalities of professional performance known as hard work, dedication, and a proven track record of success in a specific field of endeavor. Which brings us to NBC’s selection of Chelsea Clinton to ascend to the regal rank of journalist extraordinaire within the network’s newsroom. Continue reading

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Baby Boomers: The Lost Boys (and Girls) of Progressive Paradise

The Progressive Peter Pan delusions that have dominated the narcissistic Never Grow Up culture created by the ever-bumptious Baby Boom generation, have laid a very heavy head-trip indeed on the luckless progeny of the Mad About Me generation. Continue reading

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Remembering and Honoring Our Veterans

Honoring our veterans. Continue reading

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Pimping Out Boys at Penn State?

The sports rumor mill is now strongly hinting that Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State Defensive Coordinator who is now under indictment for numerous crimes of child molestation, was pimping out boys from his Second Mile foundation to satisfy the perverted tastes of rich Penn State donors. Continue reading

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Penn State and the Raping of a Child

We can only shake our heads in total disbelief that the likes of Jerry Sandusky, Penn State’s former football Defensive Coordinator, was able to rape and molest young boys for so many years despite accusations and eye-witness accounts of his crimes. Continue reading

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Election Night Humor: NewsBusted

From Carter to Cain and everywhere in between, a little light humor for this election eve. And as always, Newsbusted knows the knack of keeping us laughing. Continue reading

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Oakland Businessman Stops Occupy Mob with Shotgun

Let’s hear it for Phil Tagami and the Second Amendment! Mr. Tagami is an Oakland businessman whose company had managed the development and renovation of the Rotunda building in downtown Oakland. The recent renovation project cost his firm $50 million. So Phil Tagami had no intention of sitting by and watching his pride and joy destroyed by a bunch of pseudo-revolutionary layabouts. Continue reading

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Democrat Cockroaches and the Occupy Riots

Let’s give thanks for the arrogance, stupidity, and pathetic desperation of America’s Leftwing elements and to all their Democrat enablers embedded in the cracks and crevices of government, academia, media, and business. The gullible girls and boys of the Occupy brat pack brigade have switched on the revealing light of the liberal Leftwing agenda. And my of my, what do we see? Continue reading

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Guy Fawkes: The Anarchist Archetype

And how fitting, that it would be the figure of Guy Fawkes that would capture the stunted imagination of our Western play boys and play girls who have nothing better to do with their ever-adolescent lives than model a romanticized version of a religious fanatic as pictured in the imaginary outer reaches of comic books and movies. Continue reading

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Occupy Chicago Showered with McDonald’s Job Applications

Some traders at the Chicago Board of Trade, the oldest futures and commodities exchange in the world, decided to give those Occupy Chicago college deadbeats a corporate helping hand. And what better way to extend a communal courtesy to the economically disadvantaged than to steer the poor dears in the positive direction of a good paying job. Continue reading

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Mohammed Lampoon Leads to Firebombing

In simple solidarity with the editors of Charlie Hebdo, a French humor magazine that was firebombed yesterday for daring to poke fun at the sacred superman of Islam, I thought it fitting to share the offending front page feature that led to this act of terrorism and intimidation.

It’s time for you followers of Mr. Mohammed to figure out just what century you’re really living in. Get the sanctimonious sticks out of your medieval butts, already! Continue reading

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The Business of Revolution: Corporations Cash in on OWS

The revolution is on, dude! And leading from behind in this free-for-all of anachronistic anarchy are many of our brothers and sisters residing in those cozy corporate executive suites who are oh so eager to show their solidarity with America’s upper middle class malcontents.
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