Thank You For Being A Gay Friend

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––I get Rick Santorum around this friend thing completely because I, too, have the kinds of friends that surprise people and make them incredulous, and I have also been harassed with the same type of gotcha question with which Don Lemon attacked Santorum: LEMON: Do you have any gay friends? SANTORUM: … Continue reading

Tennessee Seeks to Decrease Confusion and Advance politeness with “Don’t Say Hey, Hay Is for Horses ” Bill

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––Tennessee’s Senate recently passed SB49, the “don’t say gay” bill. Initially the bill sought to make illegal in elementary and middle schools “any instruction or material that discusses sexual orientation other than heterosexuality,” but, when some lawmakers balked, the bill settled on limiting the education of Tennessee’s students “exclusively to age-appropriate … Continue reading

“Anything You Can Do”

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––Cheating on one’s lover by having sex with an employee’s lover then funneling funds to that employee and giving a child they produced a job to keep everyone quiet sounds like fun I know, but it’s just can’t compare to this: committing adultery by cheating on your wife by having sex … Continue reading

10 Reasons to Love and Follow Politics

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt You will learn what NOT to wear if you want to look contemporary and sentient. You’ll feel less guilty about your affair(s), tax fraud, nepotism, inflammatory metaphors, hypocrisy, and foul mouth. It has more sex and wacky fantasy than the soaps but less influence than reality shows, so it’s not too … Continue reading

A Page from ‘the Homosexual Agenda’

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt   7:00 am – Very funny. 9:30 am – “Excuse me, dude, wake-up; that’s it, stud, wake-up. Yes, good morning to you too, Tom––right, Gary, whatever. You’ve got to go, I have a busy day. No, I don’t want to cuddle, Jesus. I can’t believe I let you stay just because … Continue reading


By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––With the Egyptian people roaming the streets protesting people wondered at Hosni Mubarak’s long silence, but it’s clear that he stayed silent so long because he’s only ever addressed a captive audience. And in stocks, Egypt just went public. The big mistake in Mubarak’s speech was when he called the country … Continue reading

Small Man Gone: Joe Manchin Wassails While Wronged-Warriors Wrestle

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt From FireDogLake’s Chuckie Corra (and available from nearly all news sources): “Joe Manchin is an epic disappointment already.  He was the only Democratic senator to vote no on a DADT repeal earlier in the month, and then refused to even show his face for the vote on Saturday for the DREAM … Continue reading

Rightist Christmas List

You will have observed by now, dear appreciated reader, that satire is one of Cultured Anarchy’s most cherished tools. Sometimes it is the only tool at our humble disposal that seems up to the task. Such is the case with the piece you are, I hope about to read. Should you wish to see the–shall … Continue reading

If Marriage is Sacred Shouldn’t We Sacrifice to Bridezilla?

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––The National Organization for Marriage’s Maggie Gallagher says defeat of Prop 8 would mean “end of marriage as we know it in all 50 states.” too bad for Newt Gingrich’s would-be 4th wife. The National Organization for Marriage joins the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins in “refudiating” its addition to the … Continue reading

Do Fat People Dream?

By DuncanRhys C. Liancourt ––Near the end of a Marie Claire blog entry––Should “Fatties” Get a Room? (Even on TV?)––for which she has reaped bushels of criticism, Maura Kelly seems suddenly to recollect that her editor asked her to write about “overweight people making out on television”, and that she is ostensibly writing about a … Continue reading