Category Archives: gender

Some Real News to Counter Fake News

A few real news stories to take your mind off the fake news. These stories are not fiction; no names have been changed to protect anyone, and no editing of unseemly words was done to protect your sensibilities. Sorry.

First up, analysis of an eye-opening (and orifice opening) event at a vegan restaurant in Memphis, TN.

Recently a diner at the restaurant wrote an online review that was, shall we say, less than appetizing. According to the diner

During my visit, a bare butt naked baby was running around, stood up on a table with its black, they’re-so-dirty feet, and bent over to show me its butthole. I wish I was exaggerating. This is like, while I’m eating, and it’s the owner’s kids.

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Progressive Commerce


Imagine shopping at a hypothetical store of the future, where the price of any product is displayed via your cell phone app. The store doesn’t put a price tag on any item and there are no prices on the shelf displays. The convenient app does it all for you. But there’s a catch.

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Dreams of His Destiny

Another biography of Barack Obama is soon to be published. Many and various are the articles exposing some of the “bombshells” in the apparently semi-authorized book. (Obama sat for long but off-the-record interviews with the author.) If we look at some of what’s been revealed so far, it’s hard not to notice the hypocrisy of those who today excoriate President Donald Trump for being who he is while lionizing Barack Obama, despite who he is.

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Thoughts in the New Year

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I don’t know about you, but I’m hoping for a lot of change in the “popular culture” over the next few years. Hoping, but not convinced that it will happen–the phonies and hypocrites among us are too fond of their special snowflake identities.

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Body Shaming and Hillary’s Kabuki Theater

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Yesterday, Hillary Clinton’s campaign and a town hall moderator were complicit in a stunt to use a child actress to be chosen at “random” so she could ask Hillary a planted question about how Trump allegedly body (or fat) shamed Miss Universe. The moderator went along with the ruse, acting as if she chose this young woman at random, based on the little red bow in her hair. How cute. Show me another 15-year-old who wears little bows on top of her head like Shirley Temple. Teens today are more likely to emulate Miley Cyrus. Especially progressive teens.

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Explaining Obama’s Fixation on Transgender “Folks”

Barry’s Nanny, Evie. He/She is on the Left.

The Obama Administration is bound and determined to normalize transgenderism in the United States. Thus, recent orders to schools and colleges across the country, warning of sanctions and potential lawsuits if the institutions do not “accommodate” transgender students by allowing them to invade, among other places, the dormitories, locker rooms, restrooms, and even the sports teams of the opposite sex. The order, in the form of “guidance,” begins with a friendly salutation: “Dear Colleague.”

It may as well read:”Dear Comrade.”

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The Pope and Rhetorical Affirmation

President_Barack_Obama_with_Pope_Francis_at_the_Vatican,_March_27,_2014 - CopyA person seeking rhetorical affirmation asks a question, usually in a sarcastic manner, to which the obvious answer must be yes. Familiar examples abound:

Does a bear sh*t in the woods?

Is the sun hot?

Is the ocean salty?

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