Bobby Jindal Tries #AskBobby Q&A On Twitter, Goes Down In Flames

My governor, Piyush “Bobby” Jindal, is one of many Republicans running for the party’s presidential nomination in 2016. With so many candidates in the race, anything he could do to get an edge on the competition would have been a welcome to his campaign, which is currently sitting in the low single digits in the […]

Losing Liberal Lockstep, or Why Stealing From The GOP Playbook Is Bad

I sure as heck am a liberal. Politically, ideologically, and definitely socially. It’s that last part that gives me trouble these days, though. Not because of my opponents; most of those can’t debate their way out of a wet paper bag, and depend on sites like Drudge and Fox News for their slanted data. Anyone […]

#CancelColbert, Probably Not What You Thought It Was

When President Obama joked that Suey Park and Co’s hashtag CancelColbert worked, I grimaced. Not that I don’t like Stephen Colbert (I’ve been a fan since he and Carrell were on The Daily Show and watched the Report religiously) nor that I’m not happy about him replacing Letterman (I’m glad he outlasted Leno’s generic, bloated […]

Stephen Colbert Crushes Those Calling for His Show to be Canceled Over “Offensive” Tweet

I think I’ve made myself pretty clear about my disdain for people who are overly politically correct.  While I get the need to be sensitive towards some issues, it’s gotten to a point where I feel like sometimes people can’t say anything anymore without it offending someone.  Which I always find funny in a country […]

Three Reasons to Take the White Man March Kinda Seriously

So the White Man March was both a bust in itself and a boon for Twitter humor. How many White Power People showed up across the nation with their “genocide” banners? 50? “Multicultural diversity is genocide” – that’s their rally cry? Genocide of what? Genocide of barbershop quartets? Genocide of turkey stuffing? Sorry, I’ll take […]