Posts Tagged ‘incoherent’

‘Send Us Back to New Jersey’: John Fetterman Incoherent Again After 5 Minute Speech

Democrat Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman once again appeared incoherent after giving a five-minute speech in Indiana County. Similar to his previous mishaps, Fetterman again confused Washington D.C. with New Jersey as he concluded his speech with a call for the voters to send him to the nation’s capital. “Eliminate the filibuster, get things […]

Toddler With Full Diaper And Incoherent Speech Goes As Joe Biden For Halloween

BROOKSIDE, OK—Well, isn’t this just the most adorable and 100% accurate Halloween costume we’ve ever seen: little Oliver Burnswax, just 18 months old, is dressed up as Joe Biden for Satan’s favorite holiday. With a dress shirt, overcoat, and tie, along with a cute little American flag pin, Burnswax is the spitting image and exact […]

Madison Cawthorn Releases a Historically and Theologically Incoherent Christian Nationalist Election Ad

Last month, Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina joined multiple state legislators, various candidates for office, and radical religious-right activists at Temple Baptist Church in Mount Airy, North Carolina, for the North Carolina Faith & Freedom Coalition’s “Salt & Light Conference.” As we reported following the event, Cawthorn delivered a Christian nationalist harangue in […]

America’s Race Reality: Inhuman, Insane, Incoherent

August 14, 2020 by Ilana Mercer, published with the authorization of the author Racism is a lot of things. One thing it is not: A white child, aged five,  executed by a black man with a shot to the head, as the tyke rode his bike. Ask the cultural cognoscenti. They’ll tell you: That’s never racism. Otherwise, almost […]

U.S. Empire Still Incoherent After All These Years

U.S. Empire Still Incoherent After All These Years Above Photo: Dandelion Salad/ Flickr Exclusive: Without solid economic, political and ideological bases, the U.S. lacks the legitimacy and authority it needs to operate beyond its borders, argues Nicolas J.S. Davies in this essay. I recently reread Michael Mann’s book, Incoherent Empire, which he wrote in 2003, soon after […]

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