Let’s Make the Most of the #MercerCulpa

Thanks to a deluge of important commentary about the fate of DACA and Dreamers amid the failure of an immigration deal, news about the horrific Parkland, FL school shooting, and news about special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling and Trump team collusion, Rebekah Mercer's godawful gaslighting op-ed has not generated as much … Continue reading Let’s Make the Most of the #MercerCulpa

Forget the Media Caricature. Allow Me to Caricature Myself

Disclaimer: The following op-ed was penned by guest blogger B. Mercenarius III (well, by his ghost writer, and in accordance with the conclusions of several focus groups regarding the talking points likely to be most effective in eliciting the sympathy of his fellow Americans). Any resemblance to Rebekah Mercer's op-ed in The Wall Street Journal … Continue reading Forget the Media Caricature. Allow Me to Caricature Myself

Of Megachurches and their Mini-Mes, or, What’s the Deal with “Relevant” Christianity?

Before really getting into this post, I'd like to thank all of you readers for bearing with me with respect to the paucity of new content delivered over the last month, much of which I spent traveling: In Indiana (where I visited family); in the Pacific Northwest (where I stayed with Tori Glass's family, hiked … Continue reading Of Megachurches and their Mini-Mes, or, What’s the Deal with “Relevant” Christianity?

Five Cartoon Villains Who Would Make Better Evil Presidents than Donald Trump

My fellow Americans, let's face facts. The White House is occupied by a cartoon villain. And here's the kicker. He's not even a good cartoon villain. Let me submit as exhibit A #SoCalledPresident's jaw-dropping Twitter tantrum from this morning: If you can read that and place Donald J. Trump anywhere above, say, Negaduck (who comes in at 2,375 … Continue reading Five Cartoon Villains Who Would Make Better Evil Presidents than Donald Trump