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 if the fever-pitch excitement surrounding the primary season hadn’t been ramped up enough, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders faced off last night in another Democratic debate. Hope n’ Change definitely would have watched had they been tied to a chair, Clockwork Orange-style, and their eyes held open with surgical clips.
Hillary entered the debate with positive momentum, thanks to her infinitesimally small and statistically unlikely “win” in Iowa, as well as a suspiciously convenient “surprise” announcement by the State Department yesterday claiming that former Secretaries of State Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell both had instances of classified information transmitted via personal email accounts.
Jodi Miller at Newsbusted takes us into the weekend with these headlines: Ted Cruz’s win in Iowa, Donald Trump’s loss in Iowa, and Jim Gilmore’s surprising showing in Iowa. Additional stories include: Hillary’s “win” over Bernie Sanders in Iowa, Martin O’Malley’s decision to suspend his campaign, and the latest on Hillary’s emails. She wraps up this week with a report on Obama’s comments about running for a third term, Hillary’s claim about how she started Obamacare, and Jennifer Lopez’s doctor got a hernia. .
This upcoming weekend, the last game of the NFL season will be played between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50! In recognition of this event, we take a look back at the past season through the hilarious lens of the folks at Bad Lip Reading.
Slavery has ended. Segregation has ended. Martin Luther King, Jr. has a holiday. And we have a black president. So, does the black community still need a special separate month devoted to them to feel like they matter? Do they want to feel special or do they want to feel like Americans? Stacy Dash committed the taboo for speaking against black history month. Hear what AlfonZo Rachel has to say about the issue 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!