Over the past decade, political humor has proliferated not as a daring form of social commentary, but a reliable profit source. Our high-tech jesters serve as smirking adjuncts to the dysfunctional institutions of modern media and politics, from which all their routines derive. Their net effect is almost entirely therapeutic: they congratulate viewers for their fine habits of thought and feeling while remaining careful never to question the corrupt precepts of the status quo too vigorously.
(WND.com) President Trump, whose attempts to crack down on foreigners violating U.S. law and entering the country illegally or dangerously repeatedly have been derailed by activist federal judges favoring the lawbreakers, says he’s not dropping his latest attempt. “See you in the Supreme Court!” he said Wednesday on social media. “First the Ninth Circuit rules against …
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There, the Supreme Court ruled that boycotts “clearly involved constitutionally protected activity” when participants “sought to bring about political, social, and economic change.” The Supreme Court concluded that boycotts constitute a form of political expression that “occupies the highest rung of the hierarchy of First Amendment values.” Not only are free speech rights being violated by these bills, but American principles are also being overtly devalued in order to appease Israel.