Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before…

Brian Brown of the National Organization for Marriage seems to have one template for every fundraising appeal his organization sends out. They're always just on the brink of having to make deep cuts to their very important budget, so please please please send them money to keep being ineffective. … [Read more...]

Mikey Gets a Non-Threatening but Inane Email

My friend Mikey Weinstein gets a lot of nasty emails containing threats and anti-Semitic bigotry, but this one is a bit different. The person went to a debate that he participated in and writes a polite but highly illogical email preaching at Mikey to convert to Christianity. I'm going to actually respond to this one. … [Read more...]

Rush Wants to Nuke Three Countries

The absolutely deranged Erik Rush has a new column at the Worldnetdaily arguing that Trump could be a "transcendent" president (whatever that means), based primarily on the fact that he likes to issue military threats. In fact, Rush thinks he should have nuked Syria, Iran and North Korea already. … [Read more...]

Wiles: Trump Under ‘House Arrest’ by ‘Deep State’

Raving paranoiac Rick Wiles is tying it all together and blaming it on a conveniently vague boogeyman. He says the firing of Bill O'Reilly was engineered by the "deep state" (whatever that is), which has also put Trump under "house arrest" and is trying to destroy Alex Jones. … [Read more...]

Larry Klayman to Start a Radio Show

Larry Klayman, the dumbest lawyer in America not named Mat Staver, is launching his own radio show. This is, of course, proof that God loves me and wants me to be perpetually amused. My first time dealing with him was on a radio show, when I made him look quite foolish over the Terri Schiavo situation. His announcement: … [Read more...]

Root: Trump is Wildly Popular, Won a Landslide

Wayne Allyn Root, who seems to be attached to Donald Trump like a Tom Thumb condom, says that all the polls are wrong except one and that Trump is really wildly popular, at least with the only people who matter (businessmen, of course). … [Read more...]

Another Unnecessary Fear-Mongering Bill

A Michigan Republican legislator is proposing yet another pointless bill that will be useful to use for demagoguery during the next campaign, this time a bill that would forbid the use of foreign law by Michigan courts, something already not allowed except in contractual situations. … [Read more...]

Jones: Soros to Blame for Strong Marijuana

Alex Jones took the witness stand at his custody trial and much hilarity ensued. Charlie Warzel of Buzzfeed is in the courtroom and live-tweeting the testimony, then writing about it on Buzzfeed. His ex-wife's attorney started by asking his highly amusing question: … [Read more...]

Beck Still Insists Alharbi was Money Man in Marathon Bombing

Glenn Beck keeps telling everyone that he's turned over a new leaf and is sorry for his past actions, yet he still insists that Saudi student Abdulrahman Alharbi, a Saudi student who was injured in the Boston Marathon bombing, was the "money man" behind the attack, despite having to settle a defamation suit with him. … [Read more...]

Roger Stone is Clueless About the First Amendment

Vicious misogynist and professional liar Roger Stone made quite clear in an interview on InfoWars that he has absolutely no idea what the First Amendment means. He said that calls for Bill O'Reilly to be fired were a "flagrant, egregious violation" of his freedom of speech. … [Read more...]

Alex Jones’ Custody Trial is Quite Ridiculous

Reading reports of the ongoing custody trial involving right-wing conspiracy nut Alex Jones and his ex-wife is highly entertaining. It started with his lawyer declaring him to be a performance artist, then Jones saying that's not true. And it just goes downhill from there: … [Read more...]

AL Supreme Court Upholds Suspension of Roy Moore

Another day, another loss for Judge Roy Moore. A panel of judges sitting in for the Alabama Supreme Court have upheld his suspension as chief justice (for the second time) after he challenged that decision from the Alabama Court of the Judiciary. … [Read more...]