“[Y]ou’re the bad boys…. Every girl on the planet wants your dick now.”


Writing for Babe.net, author Dana Schwartz noted that the white supremacist website Daily Stormer had enourcaged the neo-Nazis and other racists who marched on Saturday night to “go out and enjoy yourselves” later that evening. “If you’re at a bar in a group, random girls will want to have sex with you,” the Daily Stormer advised. “Because you’re the bad boys. The ultimate enemy of the state. Every girl on the planet wants your dick now.” Schwartz summed up the feelings of “all women” with one word: “BAHAHAHAHAHAHA[.]” In her column titled, “We’re not going to fuck you, you Nazi losers”, Schwartz rips those who backed the white supremacist actions in Charlottesville as “khaki-and-New-Balance wearing Cheeto-breathed ogres with bad haircuts and worse facial hair who think white men have it harder than anyone else right now and think the only people who understand them are the YouTube gamers who think saying ‘faggot’ is edgy, and brave.”

One of the things I find truly amusing about The Brotherhood of the Tiny Penis © is how many of them see themselves as God’s gracious gift to women. Of course, ANY sentient being with a vagina would break out the knee pads when these fine examples of Aryan manhood strut their stuff, eh? Well…not so much, as it turns out.

This may come as a shock to many Penis-Americans, but what Vagina-Americans really want is a kind, compassionate man who knows how to treat them with respect. Those “khaki-and-New-Balance wearing Cheeto-breathed ogres with bad haircuts and worse facial hair” might be thinking they’re deserving of some nookie. Unfortunately for them, those they expect to be willing or even eager to satisfy their sexual urges see things very differently. Continue reading

When racist losers need a reminder of their “culture”

The truth hurts: Ted Nugent comes to grips with his mediocrity and offensiveness

Conservative rocker Ted Nugent claims his involvement in the National Rifle Association has kept him from his industry’s biggest honor. “That’s the only reason I’m not in the Rock And Roll Of Fame,” Nugent declared in an interview with Albany radio station Q103 last week. But one person who knows a little about what it takes to get into the Hall of Fame says there’s another reason Nugent isn’t a member.

I’ve written a lot about Ted Nugent in the past, so I feel as if I have at least a little bit of insight into why some might think him unfit to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It would be easy and simple to agree with Crosby’s assessment (which I largely do), but I think there’s much more to his exclusion…if that’s even what it can be called. Continue reading

Remember that history hasn’t always been easy for White folks

How do you choose to live and give?

Don’t speak to me about your religion; first show it to me in how you treat other people. Don’t tell me how much you love your God; show me in how much you love all His children. Don’t preach to me your passion for your faith; teach me through your compassion for your neighbors. In the end, I’m not as interested in what you have to tell or sell as I am in how you choose to live and give.

– Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ)

I’m not a religious person. I don’t believe in God…but I most certainly can get behind the positive aspects of religious faith- love, tolerance, acceptance, inclusion, compassion, and kindness, just to name a few. I admire people who aspire to live their faith AND take that endeavor seriously. This is what faith should be all about…making the world a better place. Continue reading

(Not so very) Deep Thoughts by Tucker Carlson


Today’s “WTF??” moment: Over 50% of Republicans…would allow Trump to ignore the Constitution and suspend elections

For eight years we were subjected to racists, bigots, and all manner of political/moral misfits braying about the unchecked tyranny displayed by The Black Guy in the White House ©: Continue reading

Today on Trump TV, part 2

How Democracy Dies: Billions to support hate and exclusion, nothing to help our own

This may be almost seven months old, but it seems prescient given what’s transpired over the past few days. When hatred and bigotry seem ascendant, it’s easy to assume compassion and kindness are on the wane. Yes, hatred and bigotry are on the rise. The President has enabled and ennobled those who consider an accident of birth to be proof they’re superior human beings. No, compassion and kindness need not take a back seat…unless we decide we’ll allow that to occur. Whether by omission or commission, the forces of darkness will prevail only when good people stand idly by and allow it to happen. Continue reading