Archive for September, 2017

Crowder Burning A Snowflake

Posted in Humor, Politics on September 15th, 2017

And here we have Steven Crowder of Louder With Crowder quasi-fame roasting the crap out of some whining libtard SJW who foolishly went to a Conservative event for the purpose of disrupting it, thinking her could do so with impunity.

Honestly, this is, at a bare minimum, this is the sort of response American should give to any and all of these ever-so-offended Liberals and Progressives whenever and wherever they violate our presences with their carping and bitching. What they verbally circle jerk to in their safe spaces is meaningless, but they should never believe that they can speak to an American without reprisal.

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Melodious and Progressive Studies for Flute: Book 1
Comedy Writing for Late-Night TV: How to Write Monologue Jokes, Desk Pieces, Sketches, Parodies, Audience Pieces, Remotes, and Other Short-Form Comedy
In Defense of a Liberal Education
My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected, Vol. 3 - light novel
Don't Stop Me Now: The perfect laugh out loud romantic comedy

Antifa Unmasked

Posted in Humor, Politics, Society on September 13th, 2017

How Antifa Bullies Act When Unmasked

The violent and thuggish bullies of Antifa are always so, so brave when they’re masked. Funny though, how they cry, mewl, and whine when they’re unmasked and forced to account for their actions against America and Americans. 😉

Just look at this worthless, filthy bitch, Yesenia Mendez who was arrested and unmasked a bit ago in Berkeley, CA. She sure went from tough grrl to puling little bitch at the speed of light the moment her ugly mug was bared to the public.

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Berkeley (CA) (Postcard History Series)
Berkeley: The Life and Spirit of a Remarkable Town
Berkeley Walks: Revealing Rambles through America's Most Intriguing City
Society: The Basics (13th Edition)

Politico’s View Of Harvey

Posted in Politics on September 1st, 2017
Politico’s View Of Harvey
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In case you’re wondering, this is Politico’s view of Hurricane Harvey’s destruction to the Houston area of Texas. Politico’s illustrator, Matt Wuerker chose to mock Texan storm victims, portraying them as religious zealots and Confederate sympathizers who want to secede from the United States. Of course, that sort of behavior is part and parcel of Liberals’ ideology.

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Meanwhile, in Other News...: A Graphic Look at Politics in the Empire of Money, Sex and Scandal
I Hate Everyone But You: A Novel
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Melodious and Progressive Studies, Book 1, for Clarinet (B448)
Backroads of Texas: Along the Byways to Breathtaking Landscapes and Quirky Small Towns