Well, another article I never thought I’d get to write. Roe v. Wade has been overturned, feminists are outraged, and Clarence Thomas is officially my hero. This is a momentous occasion, and there are several things I’ve noticed that are worthy of comment, so here we go. This is a time to celebrate. Buy a … Continue reading Thoughts On The End Of Roe v. Wade
Well, it seems almost too good to be true, but it looks like the Supreme Court is going to overturn Roe V. Wade at long last. Predictably, feminists are shrieking about how the possibility of losing access to their blood sacrament is an assault on the dignity of all women. Given that, now seems like … Continue reading Overturning Roe Doesn’t Threaten Women’s Dignity, Abortion Does.
Well, election season is upon us, so let’s get the obligatory article about voting out of the way. Now, my goal here is not to turn this site into a political commentary site. I’m not looking to take market share from the likes of Ben Shapiro or Sean Hannity. That said, we mustn’t silo our … Continue reading On Voting
Six months ago, Bertie Kilfacer needed to get rid of his ex-girlfriend. “I just couldn’t handle it” he tells me, looking wistfully out the window at the rainy day outside. “She kept calling me every week, asking me to give back her salad spinner. It was bad for my mental health. I had to make … Continue reading Anti-Murder Legislation Hurts Innocent Murderers [SATIRE]