Top O’ the Briefing Happy Thursday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Merwyck discovered that he had a gift for making papier-mâché chihuahuas, and he was excited to see where that was goin
Last Friday, the Washington, D.C. Republican party made it clear that it has no interest whatsoever in the concerns of Republican voters outside of the Beltway.
The national media seems to be ignoring a grisly murder at Missouri University, and we don’t need tin foil hats to figure out why. A 21-year-old university student, Samuel Clemons, was found sta
When Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ended African American History AP it was like blood in the water for the leftist sharks. It violates Florida’s STOP W.O.K.E. Act.
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Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, who went into Election Day 2022 with a stunning 11-point poll lead, was declared to have lost to Democrat Katie Hobbs after an Election Day fraugh
Put your drinking pants on because it’s Five O’Clock Somewhere. What? You don’t have drinking pants? I’m not sure we can stay friends. All kidding aside, Ed Morrissey is back t
Because the vax is set to hit the consumer market and the government will no longer fully subsidize the multinational corporation’s profits, it’s time to move some “safe and effectiv
It seems strange to think that the idea of launching human beings into outer space would ever seem routine, but by 2003 that’s where we were as a nation with the Space Shuttle program. After 22
Does anyone remember the saga of James Meek? He was the subject of a Rolling Stone article that recounted a raid on his Virginia home in October of last year. Then Meek fell off the map. No one knew w
Roughly ten years ago I was booked with two other comedians to perform for a 300-plus crowd of Pennsylvania farmers at a tractor convention in State College, Penn.