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Author: Dave Dubrow

Mother’s Day 2017 After-Action Report

Written by on 15 May 2017

Now that Mother’s Day 2017 has come and gone, we need to address some serious issues about motherhood in America. Some of you will be offended by what I’m about to reveal. If you are, take a good hard look in the mirror, smash the glass into pieces, and turn on Facebook instead: self-examination isn’t […]

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Stephen Colbert, Special Snowflakes, and Media Panic Explained

Written by on 3 May 2017

Stephen Colbert’s disgusting, homophobic rant about President Trump; special snowflake safe spaces on college campuses; and news media pretenses about press rights being eviscerated under our new fascist regime all have the same root cause, and it’s not ideology. That progressives engage in this behavior is incidental to a deeper problem, one that we must […]

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Free Speech in the Age of Social Media

Written by on 2 May 2017

Please keep in mind that whenever I say “you” in this piece, I don’t mean you. I mean somebody else who isn’t you. This also goes for “we” and “our.” When I say we, I mean other people including me, but not you. Unless it’s about something good, in which case you’re included in the […]

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It’s Time for Some Straight Talk About Men and Women

Written by on 11 April 2017

“Once you’ve seen one woman naked…you wanna see the rest of ’em naked.” —Ron White, They Call Me Tater Salad On April 4, The Federalist published a satirical piece by Hans Fiene, a Lutheran pastor, about how men and women can never be just friends. Fiene also posited that women, for the sake of America’s […]

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Impotent Outrage Bitches Attack Mike Pence

Written by on 31 March 2017

By now you’re no doubt familiar with the Mike Pence outrage, but if you’re not, the general outline is that Pence sets rules for his personal behavior that include two things: he won’t dine alone with other women and he won’t go without his wife to parties where alcohol is being served. This has sent […]

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All of Your Favorite Superheroes Suck

Written by on 23 March 2017

In an earlier piece I pointed out how moribund the Star Wars/Star Trek franchises had become, and despite the endless movies, TV shows, and novels produced in these worlds, they provided nothing new, exciting, or interesting for the consumer. Wonder Woman: June 2017 Release When it comes to past-their-prime franchises, I left out the oldest […]

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The Not-So-Great Divorce

Written by on 9 March 2017

If you’ve ever been in a fight with your spouse you know that there are certain lines you just don’t cross. Certain things you must not say, because if you say them, even in the heat of anger, you can’t take them back. Once you’ve calmed down and apologized for the fight you’ll have to […]

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Stop Calling It Mainstream Media, Already

Written by on 24 February 2017

It’s become a cliché already, a cheap way of winning an internet argument (as if that’s possible) but words really do mean things. Whether we determine that language informs thought or thought informs language, if we can’t agree on what words mean, we can’t communicate. When certain terms grow out of their meanings, either through […]

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I Watched Miss Sloane So You Don’t Have To

Written by on 17 February 2017

Watching Miss Sloane is an exercise in endurance unlike any movie you will ever experience. It’s longer than Robert Altman’s 3-hour epic Short Cuts, the Director’s Cut of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, and Andy Warhol’s 320-minute experimental film Sleep put together. I started watching it on Monday morning and […]

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Screw You, I Like It: 1980’s Edition

Written by on 2 February 2017

No form of entertainment is more personal than your taste in music. It’s as unique as a fingerprint and tells an interested observer more about you than the much-vaunted Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (I’m an INTJ, BTW and FYI). But what about those most private parts of your musical taste? Those bands, those tunes that you […]

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