Last Week Tonight: The Equifax Breach

In this installment of “Last Week Tonight,” John Oliver talks about the Equifax data breach and actually offers a solution on how to protect yourself. There are some things in life which require self-reliance – you can’t depend on anyone else for some things! That’s just a real fact of life.

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Last Week Tonight: The Traitorous Confederacy

In this installment of “Last Week Tonight,” John talks about the cognitive dissonance of the average American when it comes to discussing the Civil War. History isn’t being erased solely because of the removal of a few statues. History has already been erased, due to the lack of inclusion of all historical figures. History isn’t all about white men and women, but that is exactly what many believe.

Last Week Tonight: Forensic Science

In this installment of “Last Week Tonight,” John talks about forensic science and the sad fact that it isn’t as reliable as shown on fictional dramas such as “CSI” or “Law & Order.” Of course it isn’t, but try telling that to those who believe in the pseudoscience shoved down their throats by snake-oil salesmen, snake-oil saleswomen and eugenicists.

Last Week Tonight: Corporate Consolidation

First off, congratulations are in order: Last Week Tonight won an Emmy! Now, on to the meat of the post.

In this installment, John discusses corporate consolidation and how lack of real competition has created laziness and lack of consideration for customers / consumers.

Last Week Tonight: The Presidential Pardon of Joe Arpaio

In this newest installment of “Last Week Tonight,” John Oliver talks about the presidential pardon of Joe Arpaio, and what precedent it sets while this regime is in power.

Political Mash-Up: Hurricanes, North Korea, and Nuclear Waste

I just wanted to post a few things to think about on this Thursday, courtesy of YouTube! Harvey has left devastation in its wake, and now Irma is barreling down the Hurricane Highway. With a good number of Superfund sites being located in Texas, as well as the chemical plants now burning down that way, I figured that revisiting the topic of nuclear waste isn’t too farfetched.

Oh, and there’s still an investigation going on regarding Drumpf’s connections and collusions with Russia – but you won’t hear about it on the FauxNews Network!

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Last Week Tonight: Nuclear Waste

In this installment of “Last Week Tonight,” John talks about nuclear waste and how nothing has really been done about it in this country since after WWII ended. The issue of nuclear waste is a real problem with real evidence – it ain’t pseudo-science!

Last Week Tonight: North Korea

In today’s installment of “Last Week Tonight,” John Oliver breaks down the relationship between the United States and North Korea. It isn’t so much Kim Jong-Un’s rhetoric that is frightening, but the fact that the current administration is woefully ill-equipped to do anything constructive or reassuring.

Bonus clip: John addresses the horrific events which happened at the racist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. He’s one of the few talk-show hosts who have done so, and he has my respect for it.

Last Week Tonight: Border Patrol?

In this episode, John talks about the new administration’s plan to tighten the borders of the USA, but only where Mexico is concerned. Too bad the Drumpf isn’t concerned about keeping out the meth-addicted, maple-sucking moose-jockeys! Their phony politeness goes a long way, with some.

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Last Week Tonight: Alex Jones

John Oliver is back! In this new episode, he talks about Alex Jones, the unhinged psycho who founded and hosts “InfoWars.” Whenever some inbred mongoloid leaves an inane comment on my blog, I picture an individual who is just as fucked in the head as Alex Jones is.

I first heard of this cretin back in 2011, when one of my brothers shoved his laptop computer at me and urged me to watch Alex Jones. I could barely stomach five minutes of the outrageous, incoherent propaganda that I saw, and wondered how on earth anyone with a functioning brain could believe such obvious bullshit. Then, I read some of the other blogs out there in cyberspace, and find myself asking the same question…

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