How do you solve Indianapolis’s violent crime problem in “those neighborhoods”? We may have actually found some common ground with Tony Katz. (Probably not.)
“If I go Republican, I can do what every right-thinking, decent Republican American should do, which is call the whole lot of them, starting with Trump, a bunch of weak, craven powersuckers.”
You loved our Mythic Indy series, right? Here’s why you should support our Indiegogo campaign to publish our anthology. (Hint: It’s about the kids.)
“This is classic victim-blaming. After being kidnapped, enslaved, segregated, ghettoized, and marginalized for centuries by an overwhelming majority, people of color are supposed to forget their heritage—forget themselves—and become part of the Borg.”
“I’ve spent a couple of hours recently wandering down rabbit-holes of Internet filth. I’ve been reading the comments sections on white supremacist websites.” Ken Honeywell has a professional opinion. (And a few unprofessional ones.)
Yeah, it’s going to take us some time to get over this. Here are a few ways Republicans can help Indiana Democrats get over the RFRA debacle.
“They’re on the wrong side of America and the wrong side of Christianity. My America is bigger than their America, and my God is bigger than their God.” Ken Honeywell lives in a parallel universe.
“In the wake of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s decision to create a state-run news agency (a publication dubbed “Pravda on the Plains” by The Atlantic), we at Punchnel’s have considered our options and decided to apply for statehood.”
“You can be all glib about defending a men-only barber shops, because it’s so cute and ridiculous. But where shall we draw the line?” Ken Honeywell is reading the newspaper again. Big mistake.