The Week In Pictures

The Week in Pictures: Stormy Weather Edition

Featured image [NOTE to listeners: owning to tricky travel schedules, this week’s 3WHH podcast won’t appear until this evening or tomorrow morning.] So are we going to get a Trump indictment or not? Did Trump play the Democrats and the media again? Surely it won’t be the last time. Looks more like the real stormy weather is still in California. Or on bank balance sheets. Or in the economy, which may be about »

The Week in Pictures: Bank Fun Run Edition

Featured image Oh isn’t this cute: the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin for his war crimes. I’m sure Russia will extradite him right away! Or Zelensky will arrest him when Ukraine sacks Moscow after we finally give him back the nuclear weapons we told Ukraine to give up to us 30 years ago in exchange for security guarantee. What’s that? Bank run you say? How can »

The Week in Pictures: Dem-olition Derby Edition

Featured image If you watched closely, and know how to fight your way through the media fog machine, Democrats had a terrible week. Biden’s reversal on crime in DC, the apparent preparations for restoring some of Trump’s fascist border controls, AOC in trouble for her socialist ethics (yes, that’s an oxymoron), the panicked response to Tucker Carlson, Mayor Pete’s meltdown, and the beyond embarrassing performance of Democrats in House oversight hearings paints »

The Week in Pictures: Lightfoot Meets Bigfoot

Featured image Lori Lightfoot got the Bigfoot from voters. Anthony Blinken forgot to borrow Hillary’s magic “reset button” for his meeting with Russian foreign minister Lavrov. Biden’s student loan giveaway looks to be tookaway by the Supreme Court. We can call COVID the “Wuhan flu” again. And Kamala is being kept under wraps again, maybe because her chief wordsmith John Fetterman is suddenly unavailable.   Headlines of the week:     And »

The Week in Pictures: A Grand Time Edition

Featured image What a grand time to be alive. And even grander to be on a grand jury. Especially in Georgia, where apparently it is now the practice to make self-absorbed millennials the foreperson of grand juries. Still wondering if they/them swear in witnesses on the Gaia Cookbook or something. Meanwhile, speaking of having a grand time this week, we also have our Secretary of Transportation, Pee-Wee Herman, finally leaving his model »

The Week in Pictures: Balloon Payment Edition

Featured image There is something fitting that an administration that emits mostly hot air would become obsessed with balloons. And if we’re not running low on munitions having shipped off so much of our inventory to Ukraine, shooting down weather balloons with $500,000 air-to-air missiles will surely finish the job of depleting our stocks. China must be having a good laugh. And Buttigieg had a good week, didn’t he?   Headlines of »

The Week in Pictures: State of the Eww Edition

Featured image What is it about the kissing habits of Democrat Vice Presidential spouses? The last time we beheld a spectacle like the First Lady “Doctor” Jill smooching it up with the Second Gentleman at the State of the Union speech earlier this week was when Al Gore decided to make out with Tipper Gore in front of millions of Americans at the Democratic convention in 2000. How’d that work out for »

The Week in Pictures: Hot Air Balloon Edition

Featured image So this was the week our (p)resident known chiefly for his hot air failed the hot air balloon challenge (though my theory is that the balloon has more classified documents that Biden pinched), while reassuring us that “More than half the women in my administration are women,” which might actually be true, which would make it the most brilliantly droll thing Joe Biden has ever said. Which is unlikely. Exit »

The Week in Pictures: Egghead Inflation Edition

Featured image I’m hawking a new bumper sticker: Honk if you DON’T have classified documents in your house. And have John Kerry and the other extraterrestrials left Davos yet for the mothership at Martha’s Vineyard? And does the high price of eggs explain why there is an egghead shortage—wait, there is no egghead shortage, if you listen to Biden and the World Economic Forum. The statistics are wrong! (Oh, and let’s beat »

The Week in Pictures: Hot Stove Edition

Featured image Hard to pick out a highlight and main theme for this busy week. Biden said Republicans are “demented” about the debt ceiling, but should Biden be throwing around that term so indiscriminantly? Send that man to the corner of his garage! The gas stove controversy continues to boil along at 24,000 BTUs per burner, while the Davoisie met for a fit of mass hysteria. Greta got herself arrested. Hunter Biden »

The Week in Pictures: Corvette Summer Edition

Featured image The original 1978 film Corvette Summer, which starred a youngish Joe Biden, fresh off his breakout role as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, found our hero searching for a lost vintage Corvette, but along the way he purloined classified documents from the Empire, and hid them in the tailpipe, there being no pumpkins available in the fallow field of his mind. But at least he saved the mermaid-costumed Vanessa from adult-film »

The Week in Pictures: Speechless Edition

Featured image If Congress doesn’t have a Speaker, does that make it speechless? . I’m starting to see more and more upsides to this whole scene. Maybe we should elect Charlie McCarthy to be speaker. How could y0u tell the difference between Kevin McCarthy and Charlie McCarthy anyway? As I like to say, gridlock is the next best thing to having constitutional government, and a shutdown of the House is almost as »

The Week in Pictures: Happy New Year Edition

Featured image Well, another year in the can. I can’t say it was an especially great year. But who said the holidays are over? We have the third anniversary of January 6 coming up next week—the new high holy day of the First Church of Secular Liberalism. It is threatening to displace Kwanza as the favorite holy week of the left. Wakanda forever! Or something. I’ll need to check Twitter. Headlines of the »

The Week in Pictures: Merry Christmas Edition

Featured image The first and foremost question for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day planning is when are you scheduling the obligatory viewing of Die Hard, whose status as a Christmas movie was settled at the Council of Nicea in 325. But guess what? Sharp-eyed ecumenical theologians have now decreed that Die Hard is also a Hanukkah movie! Welcome to the party pal! Headlines of the week: And finally. . . a bonus »

The Week in Pictures: Die Harder Edition

Featured image The spectacular fall of leftist poster boy Sam Bankman-Fried is another reminder that leftist dreams die hard, which is a good reminder that it is time once again to screen the Greatest Christmas Movie Ever Made. After all, Bankman-Fried fell harder than Hans Gruber from the top of Nakatomi Tower. Meanwhile Musk continues to annoy the left, which ought to inspire lyricists everywhere to come up with new verses for »

The Week in Pictures: Twits Everywhere Edition

Featured image This week brought out supreme competition for Twit of the Week. Twitter continues to disclose its malfeasance under previous ownership; Hollywood potentate James Cameron, director of “The Terminator” and “Aliens,” blasts manliness (which can only mean the forthcoming “Avatar” sequels will be even worse than the original, which is hard to believe possible); Michael Avenatti, once the Democrats’—or at least the media’s—frontrunner for president, is back in the news, while »

The Week in Pictures: Crazy Sweepstakes Edition

Featured image This was the crazy-turned-to-eleven week when Alyssa Milano took pity on Sam Bankrupt-Fraud and tried to distract attention from his plight by picking a fight with Elon Musk, but over in the shadows Kanye [Ye] West said, “Hold my German beer: watch THIS!” I certainly hope over the weekend we hear from Bono, or some other leading celebrity, so we’ll know what to think. In the meantime, I hope some »