The ease by which we can post anything that aligns with our illusions and misconceptions has spawned a brand of Facebook communication that’s as weak as Pajama Boy threatening to run away from home. With a single keystroke we can transform ourselves into one-fingered ministers of misinformation for or own virtual idiocracy.
Sure, a round of enrage-a-liberal can be entertaining, but there’s a practical aspect that we should be putting into play at every opportunity.
I always find it distressing when a Facebook friend of mine posts something appallingly stupid. It’s one thing when someone you don’t know does it. A total stranger who you’ll never meet is quickly forgotten. Someone you know isn’t so easy to dismiss.
Neil Young might be better served by examining his own carbon footprint created by touring the country.
It’s become the most politically incorrect time of the year.
Greenpeace certainly crossed the line with this threatening child exploitation video.
The Obama administration’s blissful altering of reality would be comedic if it weren’t so destructive. Even so, sometimes you just gotta laugh.
Here’s a news reporting process that eliminates the need to read, listen, or watch any news report ever again.
While the media begins developing this story into the next pop culture melodrama, let’s be honest about something: Gays coming out in pro sports is not that big a deal.