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Oh for fuck’s sake

Administrators have ordered the removal of swastikas from a high school production of The Producers, the famous Mel Brooks film that makes fun of Nazism. The New York school district that oversees Tappan Zee High School considers the inclusion of a swastika to be offensive and, possibly, a hate crime—regardless of the context.

And this is why us true conservatives are leaving the party if Trump’s the nominee: “Trump’s iteration of the Republican party won’t have a bleeding heart; it will be out for blood. Far from eschewing negative campaigning, personal abuse will be its calling card. It will care less about policy than attitude and shibboleths. Electorally, it will repel minorities and hope to run up the score with whites. It won’t have an open hand on immigration but will talk of mass deportation. It won’t care about human rights, and in fact will be happy to violate them — or threaten to — as the national interest and a desire for vengeance dictate.”

Charlton Heston’s rare Shakespeare collection to go up for auction

I cannot for the life of me understand how any non-idiot voter can read this Trump tweetstorm and want his finger on the nuclear trigger. Dude has serious mental problems. Any other 70-year-old man with this kind of obsession about a much younger married woman would be under a restraining order by now.

Wow. Paris attackers showed remarkable OPSEC discipline. Professionals.

“Whatever divisiveness a contested convention might bring, whatever fissures within the party it might deepen, there would be nothing more destructive to the GOP than a Trump nomination. If anything, taking this to the convention and fighting until the bitter end is a necessary battle for the soul of the party of Lincoln and the movement it has come to be associated with. There can be no catharsis unless the resistance is fierce. And leaving aside the existential crisis the party is grappling with, the practical on-the-ground implications might be even starker. Trump would lose the Senate for the GOP — that is a virtual certainty. He would expose the House conference to deep losses. And he would devastate the party in the very places it has been the strongest over the past six years, in the state legislatures. Whatever pockets of strength Trump might enjoy, any gains would be swamped by the inevitable revolt in the swing suburbs, nuking the GOP bench and leading to a Clinton-Schumer partnership that would enable the very immigration amnesty his supporters profess to be railing against.”

USMC is overstretched and low on readiness to fight an actual war, but at least they’ll have “unconscious bias” training! JFC.

Trumpkins may cost us the House too. Thanks, retards. Enjoy literal amnesty and literal open borders, you morons.

Republicans will likely lose Utah in the general if Trump’s the nominee. UTAH. The most Republican state in the country.

9 reasons Alice in Wonderland is a queen among Disney princesses

Oh what a shock

Sanctions relief supports the arts!

How South Park Saved Fair Use: “What, What (In the Butt)” helped establish an important free speech precedent.

“All my friends are asking me if there’s any way Donald Trump can get elected president. My answer is to cross my fingers and say no. I say this because I believe the American people are not, ultimately, batshit crazy.”

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