Tag: Michael Ramirez

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Well ladies, what did you expect? The latest Michael P. Ramirez cartoon aptly depicts the consequences of #MeToo; turning yourself into a victim can affect how people treat you. The great D.C. McAllister will be talking to Whiskey Politics Podcast with Dave Sussman later today on this, and other topics. Be sure to check it out.  Preview Open

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A professor once told me that the secret of truly great visual art is an element of humor that intentionally invites the viewer to smile with the artist. I’d say Michael P. Ramirez achieved that today:

It’s All Unraveling (And Why That’s a Good Thing)

 

Michael RamirezAmerica, tired of being lied to by its coastal betters, chose a President to tear it all down to the studs, from where a more hopeful and stronger country could rise again. Much of the anger that brought Donald Trump into office was certainly directed toward Washington DC’s elites, but also our cultural pillars. With a $20 trillion national debt, politicians had been Weinsteining their constituents for decades and people of both parties have had enough of the D.C./entertainment/sports/media complex.

The only results from the Progressives’ identity politics prescribed by Leftist septuagenarians was to balkanize a once civil union. Meanwhile, the overpaid, yet feckless consultant class on the right finagles their benefactor’s largesse but yield few results. Jabba the Hutt politicians along with their K-Street enablers tied the American voter to his chain, while they focused on reelection. It’s only about their power. From their mahogany walled watering holes in DC, they laugh at us idealistic rubes while ensuring their marble streets remain shiny in National Harbor. Americans weren’t just voting against DC. They were voting against the cultural rot that started decades ago.

Meanwhile, Hollywood, known for facades phonier than Obama’s Greek columns, somewhere along the way went from dream factory with a few crazies, to become the worst stereotype conservatives always believed it was. Its incestual, intellectually shallow, immature, and chronically insecure inhabitants know only two modes: reading someone else’s words for a living or regurgitating Bill Maher’s. These people have spent so much energy on dividing the country into a caste system, they hadn’t realized their product has suffered, relegating themselves to brain-numbing CGI superhero remakes and Oscar-bait no one will ever see, but … another award show to congratulate each other on our brilliance! Movie audiences are responding with their wallets as year-over-year box office receipts have plummeted.

Michael Ramirez on NFL, Obamacare, North Korea, Hillary Clinton, and the Culture Wars

 

Michael RamirezOn this week’s episode of Whiskey Politics, we welcome back Michael Ramirez and discuss some of his latest provocative art. Michael’s a two-time winner of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize and a three-time Sigma Delta Chi, Society of Professional Journalism Award winner.

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I’m tired. Tired of both sides. Tired of the media, especially Britt, Bill, Sean, Kelly, Anderson and Jake. Tired of intellectual dishonesty from friends who call my side racists and Trump Hitler. Tired of those on my side not admitting we nominated a gift to the Left that will never stop giving, even after #ExplodingCommode2016™ is […]

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Finally, An In-Your-Face Conservative Art Show

 

6700706_origProvocative Art 2016 will premiere this Friday at the Lotus Gallery, 511 E. Roosevelt, in Phoenix. Local Ricochet members are invited to attend the free reception, and meet some pretty awesome artists, including Roman Genn and Sabo, who will be talking about their work. Also on hand will be original pieces by the two-time Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist, Michael P. Ramirez.

Ricochet’s very own Editor, Jon Gabriel has promised to make an appearance as well. Below are some examples of their artwork:

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When the Left dominates music, theater and visual art, its naked attempt to strip away culture can only be answered with events like this one at Lotus Contemporary Art Gallery, 511 Roosevelt, Phoenix, April 22-23:   A conservative band of artists will host a show of “provocative” art, most of it blatantly political.  Marc Stolfi’s […]

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I’ve booked two of my clients to speak at CPAC 2016; Andrea Rivera, a recently added Ricochet member and founder of LAitude, the biggest conservative social club for young people on the Left Coast, and Michael P. Ramirez, the renowned two-time Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist. They will both be presenting on Thursday, and we will […]

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