Posts Tagged ‘Doughy Pantload’

Thus Spake The Pantload

Jonah Goldberg, author of “Liberal Fascism,” has some “helpful” advice to offer his favorite political punching bags, who all are admittedly much smarter and more qualified than he is, to do things the way he imagines people like that do things, since he clearly doesn’t know any better.  A classic piece of duplicitous, lazy concern-trolling, [...]

What’s That Smell?

Jonah Goldberg, a man whose very existence signals the final collapse of the media, particularly the Los Angeles Times, dropped this pantload last week, and I’m still trying to figure out whether or not it was diabolically clever satire: “The high standards and wise judgments of people like Walter Cronkite once acted as a national [...]