Maria Butina is not who she seems. CNN reports she entered the United States in 2016 as a student. She appeared to be attending American University in Washington DC. But she was so much more. Maria Butina was working as a Russian spy. CNN describes another smelly layer of the Russian nesting doll onion. As a founder of a Russian gun rights organization, she posed in stilettos and leather while brandishing guns for a Russian GQ magazine spread. When she… Read more

I’m going to make a confession — Nazis intrigued me as a kid. I read through The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich: A History of Nazi Germany in high school. My summers were spent in the library thumbing through the pages of World War II (39 Volume Set) by Time Life Books. And how could I forget being traumatized by watching the Holocaust episode of the  The World at War series? Maybe that explains my fixation on President Trump and… Read more

Texas is making the logical fallacy Whataboutism a guiding principle when educating young minds on history, current events, and political theory. This year’s school books will be explaining topics like slavery and treatment of native peoples by using the discredited Soviet propaganda strategy. Here is how Merriam-Webster explains the basic characteristics Whataboutismm: Whataboutism gives a clue to its meaning in its name. It is not merely the changing of a subject (“What about the economy?”) to deflect away from an… Read more

Comedian Trae Crowder is the Liberal Redneck and has a new video out Liberal Redneck – Vlad n Donnie 2gether 4ever. It’s a rant for the ages. Check it out! Why did Donnie dance with Putin in Helsinki? There are soooo many reasons. Let’s take a gander at 3! 1. Trump siding with Putin against the US intelligence community will not affect the midterm elections. There’s a lot of smoke from the Helsinki meeting between Putin and Trump, but in regards… Read more

President Trump is celebrating what he is touting as a “really big  pow-wow” with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two world leaders met in Helsinki, Finland and discussed NATO, Obama’s meddling in Russian internal affairs, and the future of a joint cybersecurity task force. As a symbol of goodwill President Putin gave Trump The Joint Cybersecurity Trojan Horse (JCTH). In the past, the idea of a joint cybersecurity task force between the two countries was shot down by Trump’s nannies (i.e.,… Read more

Paul Duncan is the writer of the hilarious satirical site The Out and Abouter. Paul lives in Canada and writes about the craziness of our modern world. In this episode he sits down in the Diner with Andy (that’s me!) and Satanist Jack and talk Candian politics, American insanity, and the shed! You can find Paul and The Out and Abouter on Facebook, Twitter, and his site! Check out the episode!   Co-host Jack has a site that is filled with podcasts… Read more

Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen has a new show Who is America? You may remember Sacha from his earlier works like Da Ali G Show and the movie Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. Here is how Showtime describes the show: WHO IS AMERICA? is a half-hour series from comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, in his return to series television for the first time in more than a decade in the genre he created first in Da Ali… Read more

President Trump is in Europe, and most Americans are breathing a bit easier. (Note: Not the Electoral College. They love that guy and want him back.) Trump first met with NATO allies in Brussels, Belgium. Afterward, he visited the Queen and made a strong case for the British point of view in the American Revolution. But the biggest and most Trumpian event to occur is Trump meeting with Russian nesting doll aficionado Vladimir Putin. Let’s take a look at the… Read more

  It’s been a while since I dedicated a post to Laughing in Disbelief’s favorite conservative Christian, Professor Jordan Peterson. In my defense the pretty embers from the burning down of the Republic by Donald Trump and the oligarchs (Russian and American) are distracting. Here were are in the second chapter of  12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos — Treat Yourself Like Someone You Are Responsible For Helping. Oh, Disbelievers, it’s good advice. Seriously. It’s all too common to… Read more

  Treated to a performance by the London Symphony Orchestra this evening, following a delightful dinner of burger à la cheese, and roast pizza under box, U.S. President Donald Trump wasted no time in interrupting an otherwise moving rendition of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, to explain why the entire orchestral concept is deeply flawed and ultimately injurious to culture as a whole. “It’s an effing racket guys. Jeezus huh? Listen to yourselves. You can’t!” the president said, stepping up onto… Read more

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