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Fresh Prez Of D.C.

Joe Biden raps. He’s the Fresh Prez of Smelt Hair! More from Kyle Dunnigan.

Blogger Trump Withdrawal

Comedian Ryan Long introduces us to the tribulations that Lefties everywhere are now suffering: Blogger Trump withdrawal.

The Most Offensive Conversation

This video you’ll witness the most offensive conversation ever. Ever wonder how to offend people more? Or how to get more offended by other people? This video will help you enslave yourself to political correctness faster than any other method! More from AwakenwithJP.

Is Jordan The Red Skull?

Is Jordan Peterson the Red Skull, the most HORRIFYING supervillain of all time! HAIL LOBSTER! More from FreedomToons.

IDs Are Racist!?!

Asking for ID to buy alcohol??? This makes Jim Crow look like JIM EAGLE!! More from FreedomToons.

Top Bun (In The Oven)

The Navy rolled out some brand new pregnant flight suits this month. Exciting times. Look out, Isis! More from Tiberius Maximus.

Joe Biden’s Stutter

Joe Biden goes to speech class, ostensibly to get rid of his stutter. More from FreedomToons.

The Bear That Couldn’t Sleep

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

Hugh Harman and Rudy Ising were working for Uncle Walt long before the Mouse came into being. So they were around to see him get screwed on the deal with his production company’s first major star, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. To avoid having that sort of thing happen to them, they made sure to copyright the Bosko character in their own names! When their first big job, producing the earliest Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies to be released by Warner Brothers, went sour after a few years, they were able to take Bosko with them, ultimately using him in the Happy Harmonies they made for MGM.

The subcontractor studio thing was always problematic. So MGM brought cartoon production in-house. Rudy and Hugh eventually wound up as employees of the MGM animation department. It was in that capacity that the former created the first original MGM cartoon star, Barney Bear. This generally good-natured, mostly-anthropomorphic grizzly never rose to the popularity of later MGM characters like Tom & Jerry or Droopy, but he did get twenty-six classic theatrical shorts over a decade and a half. He was a regular in the MGM print publications, and has turned up regularly in projects featuring the studio’s characters all the way through today.

Here is his first appearance from 1939. More from the OldHorseman.


Why Freedom Is Dangerous

In this video you’ll learn 10 reasons why freedom is dangerous! Should more of your rights be taken away in order to protect you? No. All of them should be taken away to protect you even more! You’ll learn why in this compelling video about the dangers of freedom! More from AwakenWithJP.

Joe Biden Vs. Stairs

He fought the stairs and the stairs won. More from FreedomToons.

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