Independence Day may technically be over, but is there ever a time not to be a proud American? Plus, more wicked funny posters about lots of other stuff.
Following the release of the IG report, people are agog over the FBI’s oozing contempt for Trump and his supporters. You’ll see that “agog-ness” here.
This illustrated edition is overflowing with the best takes on Trump’s triumphs at the G-7 and in Singapore. I am so loving the Trump presidency!
The Democrats’ newfound love for MS-13 has given rise to some spectacular political commentary, which I share here, along with more laughs and insights.
Last week saw Trump almost completely erase the Obama legacy — an event that, peculiarly enough, coincided perfectly with delightful benefits for America.
Aack! It’s all raining down on this illustrated edition: the Iran Deal, Schneiderman, Stormy and a whole lot of other food for laughter and contemplation.
I toyed with calling this Bookworm Beat the “May Day” edition, but because it was the ideology behind May Day that killed little Alfie Evans, just . . . no.
This illustrated edition reflects my frustration as a blog writer — everything has reached such stupidity, I’m almost bereft of words.
Because day is Earth Day, let’s start with the Earth Day stupidity:
And now it’s time for a short detour to visit two genuine heroes, the first intentionally risking his life, the second drawing on deep and wonderful instinct:
Max, incidentally, is 17-years-old, deaf, and mostly blind. There is no love like a dog’s love. [Read more…]
On 4/20, even stoners would rouse themselves and find enticing the marvelous collection of political posters at today’s illustrated edition.
This illustrated edition has nothing to do with today being the 112th anniversary of the Great San Francisco Earthquake. I just wanted to acknowledge it.
This Bookworm Beat has a hodge-podge of posters but the dominant theme seems to be that a big government that becomes a bad government is scary.
Second Amendment posters always come first in the Bookworm Beat, because without the Second Amendment, the Bill of Rights is a dead letter — and so are we.
This is not a large Bookworm Beat poster collection, but it’s a good one, complete with carefully selected political and social humor to start your weekend.
When I look at this Bookworm Beat, yeah, sure it’s got a lot of Second Amendment stuff, but it’s also got all sorts of other wonderful stuff as well.
Lots of brilliant Second Amendment and “can you believe those Leftists?” posters in this Bookworm Beat, as well as some random and insightful other stuff.