Hillary’s Missing Organ


“Yes, it’s true. This man has no d–k.” — Bill Murray in “Ghostbusters.

A certain candidate for president, who was not successful in the past but shares a name with a candidate who was, has declared in the form of a campaign bumper sticker that we should be “Ready for Hillary.”

Hmm. Her pitch for the presidency is that we should be “ready” for her. OK, but “ready” in what sense?”

Well, you see, she has an angle. See if you can figure it out from these hints she’s dropped:

• It’s time for women “to crack every glass ceiling,” she proclaimed in a speech, for which she was paid her standard fee of $250,000.

• In another speech (she gives a lot of them — who wouldn’t at a quarter million a pop?) — she declared, “There cannot be a true democracy unless women are given the opportunity to take responsibility for their own lives.”

• Apparently feeling a bit subjugated before collecting another quarter mill for yet another speech, this woman intoned, “The subjugation of women is a threat to the common security of our world.”

You guessed the angle, didn’t you? “Ready for Hillary” is to remind us that after electing the “First Black President” we should be “ready” to elect the “First President Without a Penis.”

People doubt whether she’s qualified for the job of president, but no one doubts that Continue reading

I Have Cancer

Those words were spoken by an atheistic writer and thinker I admire, Christopher Hitchens.

Hitchens developed cancer a few years ago. People wondered if his terminal illness would shake his disbelief in God. Proselytizers expected a deathbed conversion. In a foxhole, the saying goes, everyone gets religion.

But they didn’t know Hitchens. His unfaith was strong. He wrote about it during his treatment and decline, and he never lost it till the day he died. After that, we don’t know.

As for me, well, Continue reading

Let’s Talk About Race

We’re “a nation of cowards” when it comes to talking about race.

That’s according to our attorney general, a smart and accomplished black man named Eric Holder who is being succeeded after six years by a smart and accomplished black woman, both of whom work for our twice-elected black president.

I agree with Holder. Refusing to talk about race is cowardly, even if the reason is an understandable aversion to being called ugly names by those who might disagree with what we have to say.

Holder later said in the wake of the Ferguson riots, “It means that we as a nation have failed. It’s as simple as that. We have failed.”

I agree with Holder on that, too. Continue reading