Here’s a 90 second video of punchy (?) lines from my recent articles, including whacks against lying politicians, insane wars, loopy protestors, democracy debacles, Obama, John McCain, GWHW Bush. Background fiddle music is from 1920s. Experimenting here…
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Some folks responded to Wednesday’s blog post by caterwauling that I only write surly pieces. So here’s a half dozen quotes from last year’s articles that showcase my positive thinking. Thanks to Canva.com and Pixabay for royalty-free software & images.
OK, so not everybody liked my op-ed “Facebook farce shows lawmaker deviousness, demagoguery” in The Hill yesterday. I had fun on Twitter with the feedback. Full-size versions of the Quote jpegs are at the bottom of this page for anyone who wants to kindly copy & repost – So now I'm guilty of treason: @thehill commentor: "Traitor […]
The Hill, November 4, 2017 Facebook farce shows lawmaker deviousness, demagoguery by James Bovard The 2016 election was the first time in history that goofy advertisements were considered an act of war. The frenzy on Capitol Hill over a smattering of Russian advertisements would be comical except that most of the American media has jumped […]
If Qadaffi had given $10 million to the Clinton Foundation, he might still be alive & @HillaryClinton would have better chance at winning — James Bovard (@JimBovard) August 20, 2016 [email protected] will need more fundraising $ to pay all her trolls in WPost comments on latest 15,000 email scandal https://t.co/TxY0v6Xlpl — James Bovard (@JimBovard) August […]
Frustrated travelers caught in endless TSA lines are lashing the TSA with an #iHateToWait Twitter tag. The Washington Post created this excellent video on the backlash. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says his agency is “asking the public to have appropriate expectations when they arrive at the airport.” Ya, expect to miss your flight, Chump! […]
Saturday afternoon, I read about how the U.S. had bombed the only hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, which was being staffed by the French volunteer group, Doctors without Borders. I recalled the 2004 U.S. bombings of a hospital in Fallujah. So I tossed out a tweet – Blowing up that Kunduz hospital is a small price to […]