Did you know that President Trump’s* first 100 days are nearly up? You must know that his 100 days are almost up. Everybody’s talking about his first 100 days, and surely by now you know that they’re almost over. Trump’s …Continue reading →
On the eve of the “March for Science” (I had to look that up as I’m lost my quick reference guide to the various marches), Neil deGrasse Tyson posted a piece titled, “Science in America.” You can read it here, …Continue reading →
The Czar has noticed that whenever he writes about North Korea, he tends to get thoughtful mail. Ваше Императорское Величество, Your post today brought something to my memory from when I was a lowly Lance Corporal back in the early …Continue reading →
Earlier this week, the United States Navy sped the USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group toward North Korea. Yesterday, the United States Air Force demonstrated pinpoint accuracy with the GBU-43/B Mother of All Bombs (MOAB) on an ISIS cave system …Continue reading →
Derek the Last grabs a bottle of something—we aren’t certain what; the label was obscured in a century of cobwebby dust—pours himself a carefully measured shot into a small glass, and proceeded to drink directly from the bottle until it …Continue reading →
‘Puter read Nicholas Kristof’s column in yesterday’s New York Times. The column concerned Trump voters remaining loyal despite Trump’s acts which Mr. Kristof asserts harm his voters. The column is unobjectionable using ‘Puter’s standards for judging NYT columns.* ‘Puter …Continue reading →
Democracy dies in darkness, it is said; journalism dies at The Washington Post. The Czar of course exaggerates; he merely means to say that WaPo is among the worst newspapers on Earth. It’s like the New York Times, but without …Continue reading →
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