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Rule 5: Tabria Majors

Volokh has a new roost

The Volokh Conspiracy, an interesting blog about legal cases and decisions, has moved from its four-year piggyback on the WaPo to a new roost at Reason magazine. The reasons are several but the PC police seem to have been factored into them:

“More importantly, we want the decision whether or not to redact to be ours, not the Post’s. This is so for the familiar vulgarities, but also as to similar decisions about what to do with quoting incidents that involve offensive epithets, allegedly offensive team names and band names, allegedly improper use of pronouns to refer to various people, and much more. Once we acknowledge that it’s proper to constrain our accurate reporting about one kind of offensive word, how would we effectively be able to defend our right to judge how to report on incidents involving other words?”

Goodbye Mediacrats. Hello to the new roost here.

Via Reason

Rule 5: Brenna Spencer

Not a plus-size model by any stretch, but I just like girls with guns and women for Trump as well. And, yes, super tight jeans.

Why is the Zuck smiling?

Because he’s about to be grilled by senators his company gave campaign cash to. As Instapundit puts it, “It’s like the whole thing is just a show for the rubes.” Ain’t it the truth.

UPDATE:  He wasn’t so happy when pro-life Representative Marsha Blackburn, a Tennessee Republican, got through with him. He’d not only not given her money but he’d censored her Facebook page. Way to go Cuck!

Fox is still No. 1

Despite the constant leftist/liberal bashing by CNN, MSNBC, etc. and most newspapers Fox News is still No. 1 in cable viewership after sixteen years. I think that, contrary to what the leftist Mediacrats say, it’s because Fox delivers both sides of the argument.

And doesn’t editorialize and call it news like the others do. Not that its common taters don’t editorialize (and they’re mostly conservatives, except for Israel-hating scumbag Jerry Rivers) but that’s what common taters do.

Put the Easter Bunny in a burka

“For the 18th year in a row, Google refused to honor the Christian holiday of Easter with a celebratory “doodle” on its website, despite commemorating similar Hindu and Jewish festivals and dedicating an entire page to the Muslim festival of Ramadan.”

Never mind Jesus. Put the Easter Bunny in a burka. That would inspire the Googlers.

Via PJMedia.

Rule 5: Candice Huffine

Once more—with feeling! And how.