Into the abyss of unacceptability

Sometimes you get advice you know is good but just can’t follow because you’re a special kind of asshole. That would describe me, and it’s the reason why I can’t just look the other way when I see stupid people doing evil, stupid things. No doubt my life would be easier if I loved my […]

Is it treason yet?

Our sister paper, The Failing New York Times, reported late yesterday that President Donald Trump was briefed back in February that Russian President Vladimir Putin had placed a cash bounty on as many American service members as Taliban forces in Afghanistan could kill. Smart money says that three United States Marines were killed as part […]

Grab your ankles, Trump and Miller

Strike up the band! Supreme Court rules Donnie and his band of Nazis can’t end DACA program So much . . . losing! After the Supreme Court handed the Führer a defeat earlier this week by ruling that gay and transgender Americans are protected in the workplace by a 1960s civil rights law, the Supremes […]

Yes, I’m violating the hell out of community standards

You know, I really didn’t plan to write today, but looking at some of these goddamned pictures was like putting my balls in a meat grinder and turning the crank. I don’t think I can adequately convey my contempt for these fucking “liberate” people. Set aside for a moment whether fewer Americans might have died […]

They should have listened to us Snowflakes

For the past three years and change, we Snowflakes have been bleating about Donald Trump and the possibility — no, the likelihood — that he would draw the country into some conflict that would cost thousands of lives. Sure, there was that dalliance with nuclear holocaust when Trump and his counterpart, North Korea’s Little Rocket […]

The whole enchilada

We’ve just about covered all the bases here at The Shinbone Star when it comes to Donald Trump and Trumpism. Still, even after 1,284 posts, new subject matter keeps rolling in. Like, for instance, enchiladas. Yes, we’ve touched on the Trumpian “taco bowls” that are served at the edifice in Midtown Manhattan that bears Trump’s […]

I can see clearly now

I want to state at the outset that I’m not a former Harvard Law professor, nor am I an expert on constitutional law. Maybe that’s why I’m unable to formulate a response to Alan Dershowitz, who stood before the U.S. Senate yesterday and claimed that if President Donald J. Trump believes his re-election is in […]