New Bill: Stop Federal Workers from Viewing Porn on the Job

Viewing porn on the job is such a big problem in government that Congress is trying to force them to stop. We already know that Federal employees can get performance awards even when it is known they have been spending two to six hours of their work day viewing porn on their work computers. So now Congress wants to do something about it. Bill Cushing writes at TechDirt: “Bill Introduced To Keep Bored Federal Employees From Viewing Porn While On The Clock.” Because federal employees Read more […]

Florida Haters Bar Man From Marrying Porn-Loaded Laptop

Obviously, just like Massachusetts, Florida is run by a bunch of Christian haters. Why else would they forbid a man from marrying the love of his life—his porn-loaded MacBook? It all started with a “gay marriage” court case that argued the Florida government is obligated to recognize so-called “gay marriages” that are legal in other states. According to Broward Palm Beach New Times this allowed additional arguments: Enter Chris Sevier, “a former Judge Advocate and combat veteran” who Read more […]

Doubling Down On Failure: Drive Children Insane To Give “Mental Health Industry” More Government Jobs

Rahm Emanuel’s dictum about never letting a crisis go to waste seems to be the key to understand everything about Liberal culture and politics. What follows is from the UK, but something like it could easily happen here. From The Independent: Children are living in an “unprecedented toxic climate” in which they skip meals to stay thin, are bombarded by pornographic images and fear they will be failures amid a “continuous onslaught of stress at school”, according to research published Read more […]

How Conservatives Lost Women Voters

Late last year when a presidential primary candidate was asked how he was going to reach women voters, he responded that he was polling well with women. Oh, oh. He seemed clueless about what most women really want. Once again, women were being taken for granted and once again we could lose – big time. And lose, we did. Reaching women is not a new concept. The importance of our vote should be well-known, as women have registered and voted at a higher rate than men since 1980. One would think Read more […]