Trump's latest fundraising campaign promises to mail fake bricks to lawmakers because Americans no longer know how to heave them through the window themselves. We are so neutered by the shrill shrieking frauds that surround us on a daily basis that half of us accept lessons on the proper way to express masculinity from Procter & Gamble. Revelations may come at the point of a blade, but a Gillette razor is a poor substitute for the guillotine. Revolution? With a national case of Stockholm Syndrome this bad, who needs a police state?
January 14: It's raining men - or spiders - & another kind of Storm
January 15: We'll burn that bridge when we come to it, coke & hookers edition
January 16: Fake government, fake terror, fake elections, & how not to DIY medicine
January 17: Advertising do's & don'ts; SPLC slander victims fight back
January 18: A tunnel in time saves nine; foam brick campaign invigorates Trump faithful; fun with fetuses; the oracle speaks