Faceberg… er, Facebook

Joshua Johnson, the host of the radio show, 1A, accidentally called the social networking website, Facebook, “Faceberg.”

It’s funny how the chan culture invades the minds of Americans.

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Rhetorical Slight of Hand

Have you heard somebody say, “Fewer immigrants utilize public services than native-born Americans,” to excuse immigration of dependent people into the USA?

Can you tell me how much of US Treasury owes to people who aren’t US citizens?

White Supremacy is a Hoax

The latest move by Conservatism, Inc., is to say, “There are no White Supremacists. Tucker Carlson started the meme yesterday, and Rush Limbaugh gave the claim a boost today. So, I tried a tactic ya’ll might appreciate: I called in and identified myself as a “White Supremacist.” Predictably, Limbaugh didn’t want to talk to me, but that’s not what caught my attention.

When I claimed to be a White Supremacist, the call screener – not Snerdly today – tried to argue with me and tell me I’m NOT a White Supremacist. It was bizarre. She actually pushed the talking points about people coming from all over the world to become Americans, among other civic nationalism arguments.

Watch for this is the coming months: the next push in the “Republican Party” will be to absolutely deny the possibility that anybody can be a “White Supremacist” because such people don’t exist.