AL makes the case that there’s simply no way Russia can hack nuclear power plants, the stock market, tech companies, the California power grid, water treatment facilities, deep sea cables, etc. and not be able to hack voter machines in Bumblefuck, Pennsylvania.
From throwing adulterers under the bus (Edwards, Spitzer, Clinton) to Bernie’s refusal to join the party to the shameful case of Obama refusing to pardon Don Siegelman–AL draws a common link between seemingly random instances: Democrats don’t show loyalty to each other. He also explains why red state Democrats feel so abandoned, many choose to… Read More »
I’m less worried their planned meeting (which China seems hell-bent on preventing) will go sour as I am that Kim Jong Un may rub off on an impressionable Trump; who might take a liking to killing opponents, monopolizing media, hoarding the state treasury, and God-like status among citizens.
Like a drunk at the roulette wheel, Alabama Liberal takes one last spin to convince people “Get Out” actually sucks. What’s been mis-labeled an anti-racist or anti-Trump film is actually the most anti-interracial couple movie since “The Family that Preys Together.” I make the case that actual racists would love “Get Out” and take a stab… Read More »
In a seemingly controversial video, AL hopes people will hear him out in taking the macroeconomic view that The Pay Gap feeds into income inequality and less money in the overall economy. [Line: “If men were the only ones with money, the only companies that’d be in business would be Chili’s and Reebok stores.”] Plus,… Read More »
AL details his life-long struggle against Coastsplaining–and how most of the issues coastal liberals talk about (from immigration to abortion to guns to income inequality) actually affect “flyover country” more directly. Then, I propose that Trickle Down Economics got its earliest start in Plantation Economics.
I explain why millennial-hatred is no different than how baby boomers were hated by the greatest generation, and how we might eventually hate the next generation’s habits. Then, I coin the phrase “The Degeneration Generation” to explain how millennials are actually less wealthy, less educated, underpaid, and not expected to live as long as their… Read More »
AL explains how the Citizens United decision changed not just the Republican Party (more dominant and corporate-beholden than ever) but is responsible for the Democratic Party’s hard swerve towards social issues. At a time when Democrats vowed to get serious about economic issues, they’re mostly discussing Dreamers, transrights, Confederate Statues, gun control, and Me Too–an… Read More »
Laying out the case that Queens is not some Confederate Atlantis that broke off from Mississippi and is most definitely part of NYC, despite New Yorkers reluctance to claim him. Note: I filmed this video in Gulf Shores BUT the wind messed up the sound, so that’s why I layered the first video over the… Read More »
AL explains how tax cuts kill jobs by 1. cutting government jobs to pay for them 2. giving the government less money to create new jobs (like construction for roads or hiring more teachers), 3. jobs are created by demand for things, which tax cuts don’t create, 4. and it gives already-thriving businesses an unfair… Read More »