Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Good News and Bad News

Was watching this RK Outpost vid about the misandry in the latest dreck from the Disney company, and this comment popped out at me:

I know a guy, 23, that told me that he has joined a support group for men, they hang out, talk about bbq, sometimes they do work on eachothers houses and will lean on eachother for mateship. I felt pretty sad for this, that the world is so hostile towards men, young men and boys that they need to seek eachother out this way just to do guy stuff. I might even join, but honestly it's a f*cking awful state of the world.

Yes, that is the bad news. But one piece of good news is that it is easier than ever to start a club like this.

Monday, September 19, 2022

Guys, this so beats barking

You got to imagine how excited each of this good boys and good girls was when he or she first discovered this easy-to-use invention.

I don't want to be judgmental about other peoples' habits, but I could never leave my dog in the car. She hates it. But I am pretty sure that if she found the horn she would do exactly the same thing. And she would lay it on all day like a freakin' Brooklyner.

Sunday, September 18, 2022

Is Good Information Foundation in violation of non-profit laws?

An attorney was asked to spread false rumors about January 6 and offered $400.00 to do so. The Post Millenial has the scoop:

Attorney and TikToker @TrialByPreston revealed in a video that the Good Information Foundation attempted to pay him $400 to spread unsubstantiated rumours and misinformation about January 6, President Trump, and his 2020 presidential campaign.

"I was just offered $400 to make an anti-Donald Trump propaganda post related to the January 6 investigation that is completely not true," Preston Moore, Esq. said in the video. The Good Information Foundation, headed by Rick Stengel, Former Under Secretary of State in Obama administration, emphasizes that "America is in an information crisis," and that "disinformation is threatening public health, safety, social trust and democracy."

Preston Moore, Esq. turned down this invitation, and he appears to do so on ethical grounds. But my question is this: is what the Good Information Foundation which the article says is a 501c3 non-profit. Could not this action be described as "directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office" as the IRS rules specifically forbid?