Moons Over My Cebum
amanda-huggenkiss
1/26/20
12:09 AM
1

I’m glad I came across this article . I hadn’t found anything to be outraged about for the day, nor had I found anything to read regarding how nothing — and I mean NOTHING — will ever be good enough for a readership of mostly white feminists. Read more

1/23/20
8:12 AM
Save

Oh, she’s not even close to being done yet.  We’ll be hearing from her in big, distractive ways until the day of the general.  Count on it.  

1/23/20
8:04 AM
Save

There can be no doubt that even well after the nomination, HRC will continue to thrust herself into the public consciousness. She’ll drop another book, go on a speaking tour, make another documentary, on and on. She will be up in our faces until the day of the general. Count on it. HRC is about HRC all the time, Read more

1/14/20
10:29 AM
Save

By that logic, why don’t we have National Teachers’ Awards night on TV once per year with all the fanfare and glitz and hype?  

10/26/19
10:23 PM
1

My first reaction, I was outraged . . .” Well, thank God, because having not been particularly outraged about anything lately, I was worried that I might start thinking social media mattered at all, ever.  

10/21/19
10:03 PM
Save

The two worst words in the English language are deserve and entitled. That’s not how life works, and it’s certainly not the role of government to be involved in such silly, vacuous concepts. Read more

10/8/19
4:30 PM
Save

I thought it was interesting hearing the prosecutor admit that, if she decides to try her case (which is her const. right and all, God forbid), she’ll get a stiffer sentence. Read more

9/16/19
7:06 PM
Save

“I see people avoiding responsibility” by writing stories which presume that Brown actually did what his accuser claims.  

9/16/19
7:01 PM
Save

There is no chance ever — despite what Diana wants — that Brown will be benched without either a criminal verdict of guilt or a civil admission of liability. Read more

9/4/19
11:16 PM
Save

The report wasn’t “the reason” for the light sentence.” You need to spend some time in a California courtroom.