If PJ Media didn’t exist, you’d have to invent it. Then again, you probably wouldn’t want to.
Here are a couple of gems, one lamenting the “the great silence that envelops the sacrifice of the best Americans of this generation”—the “silence” referring to ordinary Americans’ apparent lack of interest in the never-ending war on whatever—and suggesting that if we were serious about this war, which we should be, we’d be thinking about how and when to attack Iran, which is evil incarnate because it declared war on us in 1979 for no particular reason at all.
The other is a tribute to Tony Scott, whose movies laudably extolled the virtues of tough guys and righteous violence. And anyone who might laugh at such one-dimensional depictions of manhood are just fools who “are kept so safe by (mostly) macho men with guns in the military and our various police forces that they can feel free to pretend they are somehow better and more civilized, doncha know, than their protectors.”
No wonder they always caricature their political opponents as ineffectual “leftists” clinging to “discredited” beliefs. It’s a lot easier to defend a cartoonish worldview if your opponent is also a cartoon.