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Stockman Slams "The Awesome Recovery" Narrative

"In the face of blatant dangers and even existential threats, the denizens of the Acela Corridor whistle past the graveyard with alacrity. So doing, they turn a blind eye on virtually all that contradicts the awesome recovery narrative, the indispensable nation conceit and the Washington can Make America Great Again (MAGA) delusion, among countless other fantasies."

Chris Hedges: Elites "Have No Credibility Left"

"...commercial broadcast networks, like CNN and MSNBC, are not in the business of journalism. They hardly do any. Their celebrity correspondents are courtiers to the elite...They sacrifice journalism and truth for ratings and profit... they've embraced identity politics. We saw where that got us with Barack Obama, which is worse than nowhere..."

"Ole Miss Goes Bananas": Dear Parents, How's This For A $40K A Year Education?

What new college campus PC outrage could top ESPN's decision to remove an Asian announcer named Robert Lee from calling a UVA game? Well, campus snowflakes have done it again, and this time it's a single discarded banana peel which sent a college fraternity event hosting campus "leaders" into meltdown and general panic.

ESPN Prez Defends Idiotic Decision To Create A National Controversy That Never Existed

ESPN President John Skipper should probably lookup the meaning of "primum non nocere."  Medical school students all across the country are taught this Latin phrase, meaning "first, do no harm," on their first day of classes as a reminder that, given any problem, their first priority should be to simply not make it worse than it already is.

ESPN Pulls Asian Announcer Named Robert Lee To Avoid A Mass Triggering Event

We've been saying this a lot lately, but just when you thought the political climate in this country couldn't get anymore wacky, ESPN has to go and pull an Asian-American announcer, who just happens to be named Robert Lee, off the William and Mary vs. University of Virginia college football game because of concerns they might create a mass-triggering of America's snowflakes. 

Scaramucci Listed As Dead In Latest Harvard Alumni Directory

Adding insult to pink slip, Harvard Law School apologized for erroneously listing Anthony Scaramucci as dead in its new alumni directory. A directory mailed to alumni this week included an asterisk by the name of Scaramucci, a 1989 graduate, indicating he had died.

Visualizing The Dark Side Of The Web

The concept of the Dark Web isn’t vastly different from the Surface Web. The Dark Web is full of criminal activity, but it’s also a place where dissidents and whistle-blowers can anonymously share information. In countries with restrictive internet surveillance, the Dark Web may be the only place to safely voice criticisms against government and other powerful entities.