Woke AI leads this edition because it’s the greatest threat to us: Google controls most of the world’s information, and it’s doing dire deeds. (Plus over 120 other memes and informational images.)
The Fani Willis memes aren’t out yet but her words alone are memes of wonder. (Plus, of course, lots of other stuff.)
Election years are crazy but I didn’t think the year would open with an official announcement that the president is demented. These memes take it from there. FacebookTweet
I’m back, and everything is weirder than ever, whether it’s the border, the election, or the Republican primaries. But at least we can laugh. FacebookTweet
Sorry about that, but I was traveling this week and ran out of time to collect and organize images. I’ll be back as soon as possible. Feel free, though, to play with this as an open thread. FacebookTweet
We’re only a few days into January, but I can’t help feeling I’ve already lived through everything before. At least the memes are new…
It’s 2024, so I’m back with more memes. They look kind of the same as last year, only more frantic. FacebookTweet
Because it’s the last, it’s also the biggest. Really, really big. Hugely big and covering every topic in the news, from the Colorado Court to Sex in the Senate to Israel to so much more.
The leftist rot is getting fully exposed. It’s ugly to see, but still a wonderful thing. We “attention payers” always knew it was there, but now the rest of America sees it, too.
Bad times make for good memes, and we are experiencing some seriously bad times. I have so many memes that I’ve divided them between foreign and domestic. This is the foreign edition, which encompasses Israel, Hamas, Islam generally, Ireland, and even a touch of Africa. (You can see the domestic
Bad times make for good memes, and we are experiencing some seriously bad times. I have so many memes that I’ve divided them between foreign and domestic. This is the domestic edition, which looks at the ongoing madness within America’s borders. (You can see the foreign memes here.) FacebookTweet
There’s a lot of meme-able news from overseas, which you’ll find after all the memes about America’s domestic madness.
Up until the Enlightenment, Christians, on the whole, did not treat Jews well. This left Jews suspicious and fearful of Christians. They need to get over it. For almost two millennia, Jews in Christian domains did not fare well. This didn’t come from the Bible. It came from the European
An edited version of this post appears at American Thinker. Progressives embrace victimhood to give themselves moral superiority. But victimhood often requires grossly distorted narratives in place of historical facts. Nowhere is this more apparent than in The Nation magazine, where two American Indian “activists” recently “debated” Should America Keep
“Insert something clever here.” I tried to be clever for my intro, but the world is so crazy now that the memes must speak for themselves without my help.