A. C. C. Reader
Spencer J. Quinn
Morris van de Camp
Stephen Paul Foster
David M. Zsutty
F. Roger Devlin
James J. O'Meara
Alain de Benoist
Fred C. Dobbs
Funny take! But I think the Star Wars franchise jumped the shark in 1982 right after The Empire...
Yes and yes
Should we send them in as graphics then? Multiple entries OK?
Say what you want about South Park, but it had one of their main characters be a raving anti-semitic...
This annoying little shit clearly picked the wrong guy for a fight.
You may be the best writer CC (Don’t tell Jim Goad!). Impressive vocabulary, research depth and...
I watched SpongeBob until I was in 7th grade. I remember being in woodworking class 20 years ago and...
I understand the theme of this article, but it’s rather limited. I have not sworn in nearly 2 years...
Our culture and society has been debased. Crudity, moronic humor and crassness are the norm in...
We have been humoring you ladies, with your daft euphemisms for infanticide like 'reproductive...
"If one goes out of their way to alienate the white working class, you’ve lost the largest potential...
Good review. Yeah, yeah, I was having the same thoughts too! The writing seems professional...
Here's the video version of this article. It'll be posted separately here on Sunday, but it'd be...
Cartoons a threat to Western Civilization?
Hmmm...I kind of bristled at first blush but reading...
Absolutely. A lot of the cartoons were definitely aimed at an adult audience, although there was...
Cartoons once had their place for adults in movie theatres as shorts before the main feature, which...
I agree with you.
Excellent two part series but I have to disagree that kids will be watching cartoons all their lives...
You're not the only one. I always get Travis LeBlanc and Trevor Lynch confused, as well.
'[T]here are flames of division within the Jewish community...'
In a humor piece, this is the...
The Eunuch’s Dream, Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Nouÿ, 1874
Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 here)
Called The Eunuch’s Dream and finished during the imperial golden age, the French painting displayed here is one of the most evocative examples of “Orientalism” that I’ve ever seen. (more…)
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