Saturday, April 30, 2016

Tim Hawkins on National Anthems

By Meg Dare

I Want You

Back Door Man

Brother Louie (Live)

After I Propose/Don't Believe A Word (Extended Version)

The Story Lady - Romeo And Juliet (not suitable for children)

The Story Lady was a radio series parodizing classic fairy tales and folk stories. Joan Gerber was the soft-spoken narrator of the program. Byron Kane was the show's announcer who routinely delivered the last word or a last-minute teaser at the end of the story. The series featured well-known tales with slight modernization, unconventional twists and changes to the plot, and alternate endings. It presented each story in a highly abbreviated format from 2-5 minutes, wonderfully accompanied by the theme music from Mozart's Aria of Papageno in The Magic Flute.

Back in the Saddle Again.

By William McRight

Sorry friends for that far too pregnant pause in my guttural utterances.  My new (real life) employer has an onboarding program that requires a 30-day visit to the other side of the country where your days are packed with classroom training, presentations, evening shenanigans etc. And, by the way, I think I fought hard against adjusting to PST. 3:30 AM wakeups and desires for dinners at 3:30 PM were the order of the day. But we are back from that so – Let’s get at it.

The State of the Race 

When we last spoke, the great American Con Job was continuing apace and the Big Orange Not Even Republican (I cannot believe it took me this long to come up with that name-If we use just the first letters, it is even better) was holding on to his lead in delegates and people who are NOT voting for him. It also came to common knowledge that the other orange creep who everyone loves to hate, Boehner, can’t stop running his stupid mouth about how much he hates a consistent conservative. Ponder that for a second. The man who got removed from his job as Speaker for being a slimy, orange creep had a PAC that took $100k from another slimy orange creep.  Sounds to me like two guys who are on the same side of our problem. So naturally, let’s support one of those guys for President. It kind of boggles the mind in regard to the lack of sophisticated reason and political acuity of a large part of the voting block in this country.

Senator Cruz continued the fight daily in any way he could, despite the small army of sycophantic Trump tongue bathers in the media. He continues to chip away at the Trump inevitability lie with a grassroots effort focused on results and winning, not stupid polls.  Reminiscent of Reagan, Cruz took the bold move of naming his running mate, Carly Fiorina. This space will harbor future musings on the ticket but safe to say now I will give it a thumbs up for strategery and timing. After Trump’s Acela Corridor wins, changing the discussion was mandatory.  Cruz did that, boldly, to his credit.  However, I am a shameless hack and he could’ve chosen your Aunt Millie and I’d find a way to make it a political master stroke.

During my time of being a responsible adult, Trump gave some sort of a foreign policy speech. In complete transparency, I cannot bring myself to watch it. I did watch a six second Vine where a presidential candidate invented a new country called “Tanzania.” I also noted that Coulter and Ingraham saluted Trump’s inane warbling with all the gusto that a real conservative would salute Reagan’s “A Time for Choosing.”  Those two saying anything positive regarding Trump renders it factually void and tacitly stupid. So I probably won’t watch Trump’s “important foreign policy speech.” Because he is a real estate developer and doesn’t know his rear end from page 8.

So here we are. Another Tuesday primary where the most consistent conservative since Reagan “has to win” to keep hope alive. To date, all the have to win places have resulted in Cruz victories. If we are to save our nation from having a choice between two morally fouled up Democrats to serve as our next President, we need to keep working and tweeting and commenting and fighting.  C’mon Indiana. You’ve got this.

About Obamas recent trip to the UK...

By Ecklebob Chiselfritz

Let's face it, Barack has been an asshole toward England since day one of his ever downward spiraling tenure.

The die was cast early on in his administration when the White House returned a bust of Churchill to the Brits.

It was a gift from them, but I guess Barack didn't like it since it wasn't stamped Made in China.

He then gave the Queen an iMaxiPad  loaded with his 2008 campaign speeches.

That is a sad pathetic fact.

To her credit she didn't strap it on, turn the volume way up, take thirty Tuinals and drink a bottle of Beefeater Gin. 

If I was Queen Elizabeth and Barack Obama requested an audience with me my reply would be, "No thank you. I am very happy with my current butler".

In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning

Friday, April 29, 2016

Well, maybe one more: Lines On My Face (Live)

We Now Conclude Our Broadcast Day: A Dream Within A Dream

Pop Goes the Music: Easy Come, Easy Go

Hi, Hi, Hi (Live)

The Late Great Ronnie Van Zant - I Ain't The One (Live)

I'm an Adult Now

Classic Audition: The Contours

The Contours audition with Berry Gordy (Motown) , at which they sang the song " Do You Love Me " and were signed to a seven-year contract.

Lonely and Horny - Where Trump Supporters Go to Meet

by Kim D.
So, yeah, now there is a dating site created specially for Trumpsters looking for love. It's simply called Trump Supporters Meet. One can jump on and search for mate in a matter of seconds - after paying either $8.99 for a monthly subscription or, for the really challenged, $49.95 per year.

A little about the creators . . .
This website was founded by Donald Trump supporters in Sonoma County, California.  We have long been silent in our political beliefs, but we refuse to be any longer. For far too long, media critics who add no societal value and cheap prostitutes within our government have demonized and morally devalued everything that made the United States of America a great nation. We as patriots have a duty to break our silence, and select a President that will respect the wishes of the citizens who elect him.


#CruzCarly for Jobs, Freedom, and Security #CruzFiorina

Hillary Clinton on Trump's attacks: "I could really care less"

Trump Supporter Asks For Hugs At A Bernie Rally

Mike Pence Chooses Country over Self #CruzFiorina

by Kim D.

Indiana Governor Mike Pence has been in the hot seat lately. Would he or wouldn't he endorse a Republican primary candidate?

Would he stay silent, betting on the notion that being lukewarm in such a volatile primary would better his own chances for reelection or a presidential bid of his own in 2020? Would he capitulate principle and try to give Trump the huge boost he would need toward securing the majority of delegates needed to win on the first ballot at the GOP convention? Would he paint with bold colors and stand behind the candidate who is the true Constitutional conservative?

Today Pence answered these questions. He endorsed Ted Cruz and confirmed that he will be voting for a Cruz/Fiorina ticket in the May 3rd primary:
"I'm not against anybody, but I will be voting for Ted Cruz in the Republican primary," Pence said in an interview with WIBC's Greg Garrison. He praised Cruz's "knowledge of the Constitution" and his willingness to "take on the leadership" of his own party.
Pence expects to campaign with Cruz and is in discussions with the Texas senator's aides about scheduling, he told CNN after the radio interview.

#Primary2016 #Jam #CrazyTrain

Steve Deace Slams Trump Supporter for Lying On Air

Liberal website Vox explains why liberals are so smug

You would not expect to find this at the Vox website, but Emmett Rensin has hit a home run: He explains why liberals are so smug. (As you read, think of the poster child, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell.)

The article – click here -- is long but worth a read. More gems:

I predict that Mr. Rensin, a Vox editor, will be kicked out of the Good Liberals Club. After all, they always know best.

The California GOP primary, explained

Obama to college journalists visiting White House: 'I'm counting on you'

Retired Woman Confesses How She Cheated Her Employer for 25 Years

Boston, Mass., April 21, 2016 — Andrea Andreeson, 64, has written a tell-all book confessing to cheating her employer for 25 years by playing a game instead of working.

How Spider Solitaire Saved My Sanity is available on, both Kindle and print versions. The old spinster says she took the job because she thought she could meet highly eligible husband material in the workplace. As she says in her book, “I never intended to be at this job for long. I was pretty, and of an age to still be viable. I knew C-Tap Corporation attracted smart men who needed wives to help them advance their careers by throwing parties for clients and bosses. I was that woman.”

Andrea Andreeson demonstrates how she could look busy to the boss casually walking by. She was quick to point out that she kept the back of the monitor toward the boss’ line of sight.
Though she also confesses to — and gives some darn good details about — several affairs of the heart, alas, none ever lasted for too long, much less led to the marriage her heart coveted. As the years passed, and not being the least bit interested in her job, she passed the time away by playing Spider Solitaire on the company provided computer.

Andreeson said, “Frankly, when I first started playing the game on the computer, I did it because my job duties were light, and I wasn’t going to go looking for more work, that would be stupid. But I was bored. Then, of course, when that first affair ended, I was devastated. Playing [the game] helped take my mind off my troubles, you know? I could see so many married men were unhappy with their wives. I knew I could be that thing that could complete them.” But time after time, she was wrong.

As outlined in her book, she said there came a time when she realized the company was not doing enough to attract single men to the workforce. She felt they had tricked her into coming to work for them and that, therefore, they owed her since the percentage of men they hired (99.75 percent) were married, and the 0.20 percent of the single men were gay, thereby bringing down the ratio of single woman to eligible single man.
“I have no guilt associated with cheating [C-Tap]. I deserved every penny I got out of them. They should be happy I didn’t sue them,” said Andreeson.
Researchers have been quick to point out that it is impossible to get accurate statistics about this workplace time waster because Spider Solitaire is housed on local machines needing no Internet connection, therefore access is untraceable.
Walter Gilson Ph.D., professor emeritus from MIT, said, “I wanted my thesis to be on the subject of Spider Solitaire as played at work during hours employees were on the clock. It was my contention that employees wasted time because of certain deep psychological needs. I believed if we could identify those needs then we could tweak the workplace to accommodate those psychosis, and therefore employers could get value for the hourly rate they paid people they hired.”
Dr. Gilson submitted his outline to his peer committee, then quickly and quietly was informed he should, as he told this reporter, “Drop the subject, as there are things here you do not want to understand and that should never come to light.”
It is possible Andreeson’s book has turned a bright light onto the reason the researchers did not want Gilson to study the subject: Women’s rights activists would have come out of the woodwork to sue the university. They knew they would lose in the court of public opinion, their insurance rates would rise because of the lawsuit, and the go-away money pot was getting smaller by the day.
C-suite executives at C-Tap Corporation (NYSE: CTAP) declined to comment with this written statement sent by email, “We decline to comment.”
In the meantime, Andrea Andreeson is enjoying her retirement knowing that in the long run she “…stuck it to The Man but good.”
For those interested in the history of the computer game, please click this link here.

Elitism and Newt Gingrich

Thursday, April 28, 2016

I Put a Spell on You (Live)

Bad things

By Meg Dare

Unfriendly Woman

Alexis Bloomer: Dear Elders, I'm sorry.

OMG -- some hack media critics are offended

By Mouser the King Cat

A young woman named Sara Dayley made a wise decision last year when she walked away from a reporting gig at the NBC affiliate in St. Louis. She became the spokeswoman for the West County EMS & Fire Protection District, reportedly for $65,000 a year. Now she wants to moonlight on weekends at the Fox affiliate, anchoring the morning news.
This arrangement drew a raised eyebrow from Joe Holleman of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  
When asked about potential conflicts of interest, Dayley referred questions to Audrey Prywitch, news director [at the station]. Prywitch said that because the station is aware of Dayley’s other job, "We’re even more cognizant (of bias), because we don’t want to appear to have any kind of bias.”
Then Mr. Holleman called on Al Tompkins, a former news director who teaches at the Poynter Institute. He huffed and puffed: “ 
At some point, let’s either be a journalist or let’s be a public relations spokesperson. The public already suspects we show favorites. … Disclosure minimizes the sin, but it doesn’t erase it.”
I’m guessing Mr. Tompkins has never watched TV news on weekend mornings. It’s a continuous loop of stories from the week before and breathless updates twice an hour about mayhem from the night before. The weatherman appears a lot; maybe the sports staff left something useful. Anchoring said broadcasts for hours is a chore few volunteer for.
In this case, the disclosure is on the record. It has been decreed that any story involving the West County EMS & Fire Protection District will be presented by Sara’s co-anchor. Give Ms. Prywitch credit from a creative solution that will sit well with bean counters and the news staff. Call the naysayers what they are – hacks who witness real biased reporting every day and never call it out.

Epic Failure Known As John Boehner calls Ted Cruz 'Lucifer in the flesh'

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Short Thought About The Studly Bill Clinton, But Too Long For Twitter...

Ever notice that of all the many women who have accused @billclinton of sexual assault not one woman has ever come forward to say he is hung like a stallion and performs like Man O'War in bed?

Word Of Mouth (Live)

hat tip to J.R. Holmsted and JD

Hear me Calling (Live)

It's Drink O'Clock: (I'll Give You) Money - Live

It’s a College Student…Hide Your Wallets!

Meg Dare here.  I’m a college student. Wait, wait, wait! Before you hide your wallet and click away from this page, I’m not like most college students. Your wallet is safe with me, no worries. Seriously. I don’t expect you to pay for any gender studies or cultural awareness courses. I don’t think you should help fund my trip to Europe. And I don’t think you should pay for any sexual escapades I may or may not regret at the local frat house. Okay, we cool?
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I know you’re thinking I must be as mythical as the unicorn. I admit, there are a very small number of us who think like this, but we exist. I think I can speak on behalf of the Constitutional conservative college students and say that we think sticky-fingered, entitled higher-education-whiners put Victorian pickpockets like The Artful Dodger to shame. Plus you couldn’t be mad at that face, just look at him. College students are looking more and more like science fiction beasts complete with strange odors harkening to the 70’s Hippie Era.
I was debating the topic of taxation (your wallets) with a college friend the other day. She insisted that European Socialism is the bomb. Best thing since Fig Newtons, not to be confused with Wayne Newton…and especially not to be confused with Wayne Newton covered in fig leaves.  I apologize for the image. Anyway, my friend thinks numerous things from higher education to healthcare to birth-control to abortion, etc. should be paid for by the government, i.e. taxpayers. But she also thinks it is none of taxpayers’ business how others live their lives. I was flabbergasted. I said, “So let me get this straight. You want people to pay for your life choices and shut up about them?” She nodded as if what I said wasn’t heinously ironic.
Millennials and modern college students screech for freedom (having things handed to them is the equivalent to freedom in their minds) and forget about freedom’s sadly ignored cousin: responsibility. You know, he’s the one at Thanksgiving who has to sit at the kiddie table because there aren’t enough chairs. People interrupt him when he has a hilarious story, while forgetting to pass him the cranberries too. He also gets picked last in gym class.
To paraphrase our Founding Fathers, freedom must always be coupled with responsibility; otherwise we create these self-important, entitled, childish “adults” who constantly have a hand out and a belligerent attitude. But don’t mind me, I’m just one of the few who think responsibility is worth hanging out with and is not so bad at dodgeball, either.

By the way, your license is about to expire and you have a lovely family.

Harriet Tubman: Republican Icon for the Money

Do dogs hate hugs?

Liar Liar: Bernie Edition #2A

Compliance! Well, excuuuuuse me…

ROTW Contributor: Angela Durden

The brief video below, a clip compilation from Flight of the Navigator shows how I feel about the CAN-SPAM act.

Many do comply with all the rules and regs, which entire compliance has done nothing but seriously hamper our ability to find new business. But many do not comply.
Supposedly it is against the law to put people on an email list without their not signing up first. Okay, there are ways around that with a friendly message that says you aren’t wanting to bug them and hey, see how easy it is to unsubscribe at any time, among other qualifying criteria. Of course, if you’ve done business with them already, then it’s perfectly fine to send emails since you are communicating with a customer.
All that is understood. But here’s the reality and the frustration.
Reality One: Companies who are offshore (though you might not know it) do not have to comply with U.S. law, often making make their unsubscribe buttons invisible.

Reality Two: People we meet at networking events who rush back to their computers and put us on their email blasts and we get every campaign they send. Now, I don’t have a problem with that, because I think this is great. Here’s their contact info. Here’s how I can learn more about what they do. Awesomely efficient. Isn’t technology grand? Then comes…

Reality Three: We put them on our email reach-out lists thinking they are cool with that because didn’t they add us to theirs first, right? But the first time we send something to them, they are unsubscribing and reporting us as spam.

Well, excuuuuuuse me! 

What Makes Bernie Qualified to be POTUS? We Asked His Supporters

NC Officials Enable Male Reporter Posing as Sexual Predator to Use Female Bathrooms

Taya Kyle Talks The Importance of Having Character in Politics

Is Target P. C. Whipped?

ROTW Contributor: Angela Durden

I stood up for Target last year during the Great OCD Sweater debacle  and was proud of them for standing up against radical rabble rousers. So, when I heard that they had caved against the radicals who only cared about where their own private parts would be able to relieve themselves, well, you can understand I was in disbelief. But there it was. Bold as brass on their website. You can read their official positioning statement here on their site.

What? Is Target P. C. Whipped? Say isn’t so, Big T.

Who in your legal department thought it was a smart idea to spit in the eye of the vast majority of your customers? Now, don’t go getting your panties in a twist (and you’ve got a lot of those to get twisted) and hear me out.
I shall now define for you who the vast majority of your customers are. They are fine, decent, hard working, tax-paying, think-for-themselves folk of all genders, ages, ethnicities, and sexual orientations. In other words, common sense folk who aren’t radicals and who like you for what you are: a purveyor of goods they need. Common sense folk don’t need you to be anything else.
Radicals only march to get attention on themselves. Radicals do not care about anyone or anything except themselves. Radicals only care about a very narrow subset of a situation and then seek to force that on all people everywhere as the ruling law. Radicals seek to force you to care when you already do, they just don’t like how you are showing that care. Radicals cause corporations a ton of legal trouble. Common sense folk don’t.

But you see, the vast majority of your customers, thinking for themselves, are not radical and have quietly chosen the bathroom they want to use without making a production of it. They didn’t hold up a megaphone and say, “I want to be a man [woman] and therefore I shall use the female [male] bathroom…and you better not try to stop me or else I shall sue your a**.”

Ted Cruz: Trump 'likely to win some states'

Ronald Reagan speech: 'Man is not free unless government is limited'

Pop quiz - who does this sound like? Trump, Kasich, or Cruz?

90-Year-Old Former Senator Marries 40-Year-Old Man, And The Left-Wing Media Couldn't Be Happier!

The YUGE Primary Win in the Northeast #Trump2016 #Clinton2016

by Kim D.

Last night five northeast, liberal states held their presidential primaries and previewed the potential challenge between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. One of Trump's strongest arguments for his bid for the Republican nomination is that he can win states that in past elections have voted overwhelmingly for the Democratic nominee - i.e. the blue states.

Last night proved what most conservatives have been saying all along - he can't.  In a match up between Trump and Clinton, she wins and does so "bigly."  Let's take a look at the results:


Trump: 28 delegates - 122,519 votes

Clinton: 27 delegates - 169,713 votes

Total Republican candidate votes: 208,176

Total Democrat candidate votes: 322,658


Trump: 16 delegates - 42,472 votes

Clinton: 12 delegates - 55,950 votes

Total Republican candidate votes: 67,807

Total Democrat candidate votes: 92,609

Maryland: ,

Trump: 35 delegates - 237,132 votes

Clinton: 53 delegates - 533,656 votes

Total Republican candidate votes: 419,751

Total Democrat candidate votes: 815,356

Pennsylvania: ,

Trump: 17 delegates - 892,702 votes

Clinton: 91 delegates - 918,649 votes

Total Republican candidate votes: 1,537,696

Total Democrat candidate votes: 1,638,560

Rhode Island: ,

Trump: 9 delegates - 39,059 votes

Clinton: 11 delegates - 52,493 votes

Total Republican candidate votes: 60,381

Total Democrat candidate votes: 119,213

Total Trump delegates won: 105

Total Trump votes won: 1,333,884

Total Clinton delegates won: 194

Total Clinton votes won: 1,730,461

Total Republican votes cast: 2.293,811

Total Democrat votes cast: 2,988,396

So we can follow along with the liberal media and celebrate the yuge wins last night for the Donald, that is if we are blind to their agenda, knowing that the Republican party is on the edge of nominating the one candidate who loses bigly to Hillary in November - numbers don't lie and they are in Clinton's favor in a general election. We can also follow along with the Common Coreish dumbing down of the primary process and admit that the one who wins the plurality of votes must be elected president because the voice and will of the American people will have spoken.

Another significant factor to consider is that when compared to the last time Clinton ran for her party's nomination in 2008, the Democrat voting turnout has slipped by 20%. By all indications, the Republicans have increased voter turnout; however, it appears to be not enough for a Republican to win in the traditional blue states - even if Bernie fans decide to stay home should Clinton win the nomination.

What's more telling are the states in which Sanders beat Clinton handily, the ones who came to the polls determined to say "Never Hillary." Most of these are in the West and have also indicated that they are either conflicted about Donald Trump or they say "never" to him.  

So what's the point? If the "Never Trump" voters stay home, Clinton wins handily. On the converse, if the "Never Cruz" voters, who appear to mainly reside in the Northeast, stay home, so what - the Republican nominee will not win these liberal leaning states but would have a good chance to best Hillary with the support of more conservative populated states. Bottom line - in a liberal vs. liberal match up in the 2016, Hillary wins by simply running in the party with which she openly identifies. 

The moral of this story, based on factual numbers, is that the only way the Republican party wins the White House in 2016 will be if they have a nominee that paints with bold colors and offers a stark contrast to the progressive Democrat nominee. Trump nor Kasich fits this profile. Only one man - one candidate in this race does. Can you open your eyes and see who that is?

It’s time for This Week in Political Correctness magazine. Straight to our top story …

By Mouser the King Cat

Proving again that Hollywood has run out of ideas, Columbia Pictures is bringing out a new version of “Ghostbusters” with a twist -- the ghosts will be chased by women (Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy and Leslie Jones). Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray will participate; the other original ghostbuster, Harold Ramis, passed away in 2014. Presumably the ghosts will be captured in a humorous fashion; I suppose they could take a look at McCarthy or Jones and be scared back into their primordial ooze. Release date is July 15.

BrietbartTech editor and Twitter star Milo Yiannopoulos (@nero) is making liberals’ heads explode on campus. Speaking at The American University, he also took on wimpy mainstream conservatives: “They’ve been terrified of the left’s bogus allegations of racism, they’ve been terrified of the left’s bogus allegations of sexism, they’ve been terrified by the left’s hoaxes.” He infuriated protesters by pledging $20 to the Donald Trump campaign and $50 to his college charity for straight white males for every interruption. Did we mention Milo is gay?

Bill Nye the Washed-Up Science Guy has suggested that climate change deniers be jailed. Now his bowtie has been tweaked by John Coleman, founder of The Weather Channel, who wrote in USA Today:  
When all the scare talk is pushed aside, it is the science that should be the basis for the debate. And the hard cold truth is that the basic theory has failed. Many notable scientists reject man-made global warming fears. … I share the deepest commitment to protecting our planet. … However, I desperately want to get politics out of the climate debate. The Paris climate agreement is all about empowering the U.N. and has nothing to do with the climate.

Greatest Living President Promotes 2016 Invictus Games for Wounded Warriors

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

We Now Conclude Our Broadcast Day: For Sentimental Reasons

Cake By The Ocean

By Meg Dare

It's Drink O'Clock: Rock of Ages (Live)

State Department Excuses Hillary's Delayed, Ignored FOIAs

Buzzfeed Rebuttal: 27 Racist Questions... Answered #LouderWithCrowder

Satanists Demonstrate in Favor of Abortion at Detroit Clinic

Citizens for a Pro-Life Society held a protest at the Planned Parenthood Clinic located at 4229 Cass Avenue in Detroit. During the pro-life protest, that was part of that day's nationwide protest of Planned Parenthood's killing of unborn children and that group's harvesting of aborted baby body parts (, a group of Satanists arrived and conducted this bizarre and hideous street theater, with grotesque imagery and convoluted symbolism. Planned Parenthood should be very embarrassed to have these sorts of people defending their organization. Quite obviously Satanists are on the side of the killing of unborn children.

#Trump Be Mad! #TeamKasich Slap Fight!

Companies race to open the final frontier in tourism

Streets full of people
All alone
Roads full of houses
Never home
Church full of singing
Out of tune
Everyone’s gone to the moon

(written and sung by Jonathan King in 1965)

There was intense interest in man’s first visit to the moon when Mr. King, a native of London, created that hit record. (I vaguely remember a couple of Americans getting to the moon first.) Now nations and companies are plotting new excursions, all of which seem unlikely to happen for a while.

Space tourism is a different story. In the latest development, Bigelow Aerospace and United Launch Alliance have announced plans to send up a space habitat by 2020. The module could be hitched to the International Space Station or stand alone. From the IFLScience website: 

Other private companies, including Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic and Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, are also working on space tourism. Mr. Branson’s company has sold more than 700 tickets, first at $200,000 and now for a cool quarter mil.

The ISS is roughly the size of a football field and at any given time holds six astronauts. Wonder if they’d cotton to neighbors? Then there’s the claustrophobia. The nearby cafe might have great food, but there’s zilch atmosphere.

Social Justice Warriors Get Owned In Epic Rant By Comedian

#BathroomGate - Transgender or Forced Acceptance Issue?

by Kim D.

Businesses adopting the gender neutral restroom policy is about nothing more than trying to stay above the fray appealing to "Everyman." However, in doing so they are forgetting about the "Everywoman." Most women do not want to share the bathroom with one man, let alone tons of them. Take it just from me, one women living in a home with two males. Put aside the modesty factor and the possibility of pervert abuse, men are not the neatest when it comes to using the bathroom.

But is this new policy and cultural fad really about addressing the needs of the small transgender population residing in the U.S. or is it more about forced acceptance, much like the mandated servitude Christian photographers, bakers, and florists find themselves chained to when faced to either abandon their faith or lose their livelihood for denying services to gay weddings? Are business simply looking for the best way to avoid litigation? Opening restroom facilities to all in a gender-neutral manner will avoid offending the social justice warriors who are more likely to sue for forced acceptance. A simple disclaimer warning women to enter restrooms at their own risk could also avoid litigation if or when things go terribly wrong.

By all appearances, Target's new gender-neutral restroom policy specifically addresses sensitivities of transgender persons. Target explains its stance in this way:

However, a video going viral demonstrates that Target is simply caving to what it believes is the most volatile political correctness issue of the day and are not focused on equality and equity:

The guy making the video was trying to prove a point. It's not about making a transgender male feel as if he is in an inclusive environment.  

Unfortunately, Target has achieved the opposite of what its stated intent is. Many women shop at these stores, and a good portion of them now feel unaccepted and disrespected by this new policy. It is no surprise that Target finds itself in a public relations quagmire. The American Family Association is "targeting" the retail giant and calling for a boycott of its stores until the policy is reversed:
Corporate America must stop bullying people who disagree with the radical left agenda to remake society into their progressive image.  #BoycottTarget has resonated with Americans. Target’s harmful policy poses a danger to women and children. Predators and voyeurs would take advantage of the policy to prey on those who are vulnerable. It’s clear now that many customers agree. Target shoppers are leaving their allegiance to the store behind—and by the thousands every hour. No store can withstand that sort of loss.
The American Family Association even goes further to ensure it is not advocating for discrimination of transgender persons.  The solution is for Target to install a separate gender neutral restroom for the instances where a person truly would not feel comfortable sharing the pee experience with a specific gender. It's a costly option for Target but the only one which would achieve the goal stated in its new restroom policy. 

Bill Clinton Boasts: Hillary Ate Republicans' Lunch on 'That Benghazi Thing'

Michelle Obama Lunch Rules Ban Fried Foods, Frosted Flakes in Daycare


New rules stemming from the school lunch law championed by first lady Michelle Obama are banning popular children’s cereals like Frosted Flakes in daycare centers.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service issued a final rule Monday that will affect more than 3 million kids in daycare centers across the country. The regulation will only allow daycare centers to serve juice once a day, will ban fried foods, and encourages centers to not add honey to a child’s yogurt...  READ MORE

Watters' World: Government giveaway edition

Monday, April 25, 2016

Two More Bottles Of Wine (Live)

It's Drink O'Clock: ELO Kiddies (Live)

Pity the PC whipped

By Mouser the King Cat

Distressing stories like this trickle in every day, but this one hit home because of my assistant’s interest in the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The staff of the school’s newspaper, The Rebel Yell, has decided to change its name to something more PC. Presumably the athletic teams will continue to be known as the Rebels. For now.

Next in the crosshairs is the school’s mascot, Hey Reb! From the Las Vegas Sun:  
The mascot, created … by a local cartoonist, was based on 19th-century mountain men who explored western states like Nevada and California. Some students say the mascot more closely resembles a Confederate general. (Never mind that the previous mascot, deposed in 1997, was a cartoon Confederate general.)
The school’s Rebel nickname has nothing to do with the Civil War, during which Nevada was ushered into statehood on the Union side. It instead addresses politics and how a distant outpost of the state’s first university, Nevada-Reno, claimed its independence after a long battle. The nickname was put up to a student vote in the early 1970s and passed muster by a wide margin.
From the school website: UNLV acknowledges that its first generation of students opted for a great name in Rebels but chose to surround it with imagery and symbols that fell short of giving that name the honor it deserved. UNLV also acknowledges the persistent and courageous students of a later generation who decided to keep the great Rebels name and to create a mascot that was representative of Nevada and could be embraced by all!
Sweetheart, get me rewrite. Can you even be called a rebel if you are PC whipped?

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Shanghai Lil

From the ROTW Vault: Obama Tells A Commie Joke

The Reports of Donald Trump...

EBT Shutdown 2016

Here's What They DON'T Want You To Know!!!

As early as 1999, your government has been initiating biometric identification systems to be equipped with EBT/SNAP cards (See Documents Below). According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service, such a program will be enforced "in order to protect food stamps program fraud." Not only that, but many of these biometrics will require finger imaging, if not facial recognition. As of September 1999, nine states have already agreed and accepted to such program. You can only imagine the progression your government and other "participating" states have made within these past seventeen years...

But That's Not All!

In 2016 alone, the government is looking to cut over 500,000 people from their SNAP/EBT benefits, and could cut up to over 1 million within a three-month period. And if you thought that was bad, governments and state representatives alike are looking to cut from those who need it the most (See CBPP Document Below). Not to mention other program cuts the government is conspiring to do, along with other plans for depopulation (See U.N. Agenda 2030 for more!)



In October 2013 and September 2015, America experienced a nationwide EBT shutdown. Of course, such a shutdown was blamed on a "computer glitch" and NOT a "government shutdown," but either way, THIS SHOULD BE RINGING SOME SERIOUS ALARM BELLS!!!

Now the question we should be wondering is WHY?

WHY would the government need to implement biometric identification systems (or a potential RFID chip) for food stamps? WHY have they been TESTING the EBT shutdown, and even cutting close to 1 million Americans (if not more) from EBT in this year alone?WHY all the reported EBT "failures" within the past few months alone?

And WHAT could be the Bigger Agenda ahead?