The Race Rub Part I: Quoth the Racist

Regarding pop music, Miley Cyrus once said, “It’s not the notes you play that matter, it’s the notes you don’t.” Wait, that was Miles Davis, and he was speaking about jazz. Oh, and there’s no proof he ever said it. You gotta be careful with quotes. As in, don’t pass a speech-squelching law based on a fake one. Like in Washington State, ...


The Golub Gambit

I"€™ve taken a lot of shots at Trump this election season, and there's really no need for me to pile on now. Hell, when your own VP admits that he's ashamed of you, c"€™mon…it doesn"€™t take ol"€™ Dave Cole to point out ...

Smashing Through the Glass Coffin

When it comes to sexual equity in the workplace, the biggest “gender gap” of all is the fact that men suffer around 92% of all job-related fatalities. According to Bureau of Labor statistics from 1992-2014, women laborers ...

Reclaiming the Metaphysical Battlefield

The U.S. Department of Education just ruled that an Illinois school district violated the rights of a transgender student by not letting him use the girls"€™ locker room. The student identifies as a female but still has the schlong ...

Activity Isn”€™t Working

Jacques Chirac, when he was mayor of Paris, offered the municipal workers a deal: They could have a short workweek if in exchange they agreed to verification that they actually worked during those hours. The workers, or their leaders, ...

Africa’s Gay Problem

Last week President Barack Hussein Elijah Muhammad Obama visited his alcoholic deadbeat dad’s homeland of Kenya, where he found it incumbent upon himself to lecture the nation’s president for not being nice enough to ...

Hillary Blames the Cops

Had Freddie Gray been robbed, beaten and left to die in the streets of his Baltimore neighborhood, no one would be mourning him today. No one would be marching for Freddie. No one would be using Freddie as the new poster child of ...

Ziggy Stardust aka David Bowie

50 Shades of Faggotry

It’s Black History Month, but gays are the new blacks, so let’s dip into some timely homosexual lore: On Valentine’s Day, 1974, we were informed that “David Bowie turned down a Gay Liberation group who asked him ...

Tim Pat Coogan

The Irish Genocide Sweepstakes

Sure, the Irish are a little slow, but it took them longer than you’d think to leap onto the “genocide” bandwagon (or should that be “cattle car”?). Recently released in paperback, historian Tim Pat ...

Rev. Al Sharpton

Ideas for a Better Nation

While grazing hither and yon around the glades of the Internet, I stumbled on the Reverend Al Sharpton, who was demanding reparations for slavery. He was against slavery, I divined, and wanted money. I could hardly blame him, as I too ...


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