For a fraught Independence Day, Crawford shares the (slightly edited) thoughts of a Duke Constitutional Law professor. What fun! Hooray! The post AK048 – Patriotic Jackpot first appeared on American Knucklehead.
After the insanity of the election and the assault on the Capitol, American Knucklehead makes an attempt to stand back and look for an answer to the question that’s on everyone’s mind. The post AK-047 – Now What? first appeared on American Knucklehead.
After a difficult summer in Portland, Crawford tries to make sense of the Black Lives Matter protests in town and across the country. Is there more than just racial injustice driving the movement? Plus, the first non-sarcastic American Knucklehead presidential … Continue reading → The post AK-046 – Whose Lives Matter? first appeared on American […]
From beautiful Portland! Crawford provides a first-hand account of the Portland protests, and what it might mean for the future of America, Mom, and apple pie. The post AK-045 – Postcards from the Siege first appeared on American Knucklehead.
Special COVID-19 Fear and Loathing edition. Due to lockdown restrictions, I no longer have access to the standard high-tech studio. This episode comes from the basement, from right by the furnace. The post AK-044 – The Fear first appeared on American Knucklehead.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a huge Simpsons geek. Back in ’94, an episode aired (Episode 114/2F08 “Fear of Flying”) where Homer gets booted from his favorite bar. Despondent, Lisa attempts to cheer him up by telling … Continue reading → The post Crisitunity? first appeared on American Knucklehead.
Gonna keep this one relatively short (yeah, right). There’s an important story that’s gone under the radar what with all the saliva-specked media coverage of Impeachmentworld and the British royals. The Trump administration is attempting to yank Social Security disability … Continue reading → The post Provide for the Needy, Not the Greedy first appeared […]
I have made no secret of my dislike of social media, viewing it as a necessary evil required to communicate in this app-addicted era. Of course, my disdain makes me want to put in the absolute minimal effort, which results … Continue reading → The post The Politics of Dancing (Around Facebook Ads) first appeared […]
With the Democratic-controlled House finally going all-in on an impeachment inquiry, the hog is – at last – out of the tunnel. This phrase, favored by the often-imitated, never-duplicated Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, seems particularly apt at this point in … Continue reading → The post Impeachment: The Hog is Out of the Tunnel first […]
In the morning when I’m on the elliptical machine, I’ll usually flip between CNN, Fox News and MSNBC. Then I’ll get disgusted and switch to AMC to watch the Three Stooges. It seems apporpriate – swapping one set of three … Continue reading → The post The Non-Battle of Portland first appeared on American Knucklehead.