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The Week That Was, 2/17/18

A few weeks ago we went over the rules pertaining to men and how they need to behave around women. We did this as a public service because of the Big Harvey scandal and the other Hollyweird scandals to numerous to recount here. Also because of the Mass Hysteria scandals also too numerous to mention […]

The 2018 Olympics, “Winning Isn’t Everything,”*

With the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Olympics only hours away, we thought it best to remember the father of the Modern Olympics Baron de Coubertin who said. “The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the […]

Changing Representative Government Into Corporate Authoritarianism

Every day we hear bewildered pundits discussing the current executive administration and its internal motives and endgame.

It is true that many of the Administration’s actions are confusing. Despite the investigation into whether they conspired with a foreign government to influence the election, the State Department has balked at enforcing the law passed to […]

Real News

One of the biggest if not the biggest story of 2017 was the #metoo story where very famous people like Harvey, Big Harvey Weinstein and who disguised as a mild mannered reporter Matt Lauer, were outed as serial sexual abusers. And as 2018 unfolds the story continues, as just this last Monday Aziz Ansari was […]

Of Bombs and Inches

Since we go everywhere, this comes from deep inside the White House, from the Oval Office actually, where we got a hold of a secret recording and made this transcript for you.

Unidentified White House Aide “Mr. President it’s Kim Jung-un again.”

President the Donald Himself “Christ what’s the matter with that guy? Do I […]

The Spirit of 2018

While most people want to look back and reflect on the year that is coming to a close, we like to look ahead or forward.

Spotted at Madison Square Garden, was one Eliot Spitzer, former Governor of New York and former Attorney General of New York with his latest girlfriend. Eliot Spitzer in case you […]

Where does Santa take a Whiz?

Where does Santa take a Whiz? this is My first Christmas Quiz. Place your Answers straight Below, be Descriptive if you Know.

To stay Awake he Must drink Coffee, maybe Chew on NoDoz Toffee? How ‘bout 5 Hour Energy? at some Time he Has to Pee.

His schedule Seems to Be quite Tight, tough To […]

Fake News, Now and Then

We got to thinking that maybe Fake News is nothing new, so we took a look back.

Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders actually charged up Kettle’s Hill but since the War took place in Cuba and Kettle’s Hill sounds like some place in New Jersey, charging up San Juan Hill sounded a lot better. […]

Sexual Harassment (A Long And Winding Road To Equality)

I guess its time for me, as I am wont to do, to weigh in on another issue of the time before I go. I will be brief here, only because traditionally this would not be a man’s topic to speak on. (But I guess just saying that identifies my time and place is […]

A Natural History of Sexual Harassment: Darwin to Lauer

Well, good heavens! It seems every morning we’re waking up now to news of another masculine celebrity accused and smacked down careerwise for, you guessed it, “sexual harassment.” Yes siree. Ailes, O’Reilly, Weinstein, Spacey, Rose, Louis C. K., Franken, Conyers, Seagal, Hoffman, Halperin, Keillor, Stone, Affleck, Lauer, James Levine, even old daddy H.W. Bush—and all […]