Everyone recognizes that our dominant American culture marks a return to the pagan, but they don’t see that, at a profound level, it’s worse than the original. I’ve been writing over the last decade about our culture’s return to the pagan — and, indeed, I’m not the only one making
It’s a ginormous illustrated edition. Come for the laughs; stay for the tears as you contemplate America in 2023.
An ever-smaller circle of people remembers 9/11, the day that marked the birth of the awful modern.
Remembering one of the firefighters who, without a thought for himself, rushed to save people trapped in the Twin Towers.
Rick Rescorla was a great man who, along with his still unnamed assistants, died a heroic death on 9/11.
There’s nothing specifically awful going on this week; it’s the usual generally awful stuff, and that’s clear from the memes I’ve assembled. I’ve also got a handful of interesting things, plus the usual silly stuff.
There’s a video making the rounds of a crazy “transgender” lady who obviously shouldn’t be in an office…but you can’t fire her. Thanks, Justice Gorsuch.
When I looked at my image collection, I was surprised to see that COVID’s alleged return topped the meme chart, even above the Gadsden kid, Biden, Trump, gender, or other perennial topics — all of which you’ll find here.
Fani Willis’s decision to get that mugshot might have been the biggest self-inflicted wound in political history, so I’ve got mugshot memes and so much more.
A cheerful look at problems with the Georgia RICO indictment, within China, and for the leftists in Marin County.
My mantra lately is “winners never quit, and quitters never win.” And part of being a winner is staying informed and remembering how to laugh. These memes will help.
The indictment is terribly dangerous for Donald Trump and his close supporters, the election, and America at large.
They’re not conservative, and their argument is foolish.
Biden’s crimes dominated the past week, but I’ve got other stuff here, too, everything from stupid and evil leftism to Republican fecklessness and more.
After several years in the wilderness, I finally found a doctor who may have a solution to some vexing (although totally non-fatal) problems.