The highlights from last week’s headlines comprised of three bombs. We had the Times Square bomb, the Jay Leno bomb at the correspondents dinner, and the oil bomb in the Gulf of Mexico. We can take the Times Square bomb and the Leno bomb in stride. The first demonstrates Muhammad may impart many truths on his
It would take a faculty of environmental scientists to inflate the obesity epidemic in America. It would take a firm of environmental lobbyists to think regulation will make everyone thin. But it only takes one androgynous Briton to do both at the same time.
The salvo of documentaries about global warming, endangered ecosystems, animal cruelty, factory farming, and everything else covered by the green umbrella is smothering. Even worse, the more environmentalism documentaries we watch, the more we cultivate the afraid yet political mien of Hillary Clinton.
An idea that unites all people, like the number 5 unites 25 and 30, is democracy. Indeed, if Rush Limbaugh and Michael Moore ever agree on an issue, it’s the importance of democracy, or how being able to see your penis is totally lame.
The basis of the environmental movement isn’t environmentalism; it’s to make sure that no one has too much fun. Because fun leads to sex, and we hate it when other people have more sex than us. This is why religion is popular.