As John McCain would say, “Allahu Akbar It’s Friday!” And of course that means it’s time for some conservative comedy. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend.
As you know by now, Republican front-runner Donald Trump skipped the GOP debate due to his feud with moderator Megyn Kelly and a general dissatisfaction with Fox News. As is the case with all things Trumpish, opinion is divided on whether he’s taking a principled stand against what he sees as unfair journalistic practices, is frightened of another tango with the razor-sharp Ms. Kelly, or is so filled with hubris that he’s simply lost interest in winning over any remaining voters who remain undecided.
Hope n’ Change can’t say which explanation (or combination of explanations) is closest to the truth, but we will say that Trump has again confirmed the fact that no one can predict what he will do. Whether or not that’s a quality voters actually want in the Oval Office remains to be seen.
Jodi Miller at Newsbusted takes us into the weekend with these headlines: Tax revenues reached record levels last quarter, Jihadist recruiters have something in common with Democrats, and Rick Santorum continues his run for president even though he’s losing. Additional stories include: Obama gives a speech to high school students in Louisiana, Al Jazeera America announces plans to shut down, the Playboy mansion goes on the market, and the latest on the race between Hillary and Bernie Sanders. She wraps up this week with a report on Oprah’s new gig with Weight Watchers.
Democrats are anxious over the prospects of a Hillary presidency because of her numerous scandals, not to mention the idea that Bill Clinton would be living in the White House again. Now, thanks to the fine work by DNC Pharmaceuticals, a new product has been developed to cure Clinton Anxiety — Tryphorgetin.
In part 3 of this exploration of the Nephilim, AlfonZo Rachel addresses those who keep telling him he needs to read the book of Enoch, or Matthew 22:30 even though Zo already provided his evidence. You may not agree with his conclusions on the sons of God and the Nephilim but it’s still pretty evident that he’s read the works in question. Hear more in this ZoNation!
Zo is a Christian conservative social / political humorist, whose work is distinguished by his grinning delivery and rapid fire rant style in his video commentaries called, ZoNation, featured on PJ Media. If you like his work, you can experience the creative energy and conservative insight that Zo delivers in every show by ordering the ZoNation Complete Series Collection.
Have a great weekend!