Modern Comments Radio 1/16/17

Modern Comments Radio is LIVE tonight on Vigilant Liberty Radio at 9 pm E/8 pm C.

Amy has lots to talk about in this first show of the new year, including:

So TUNE IN tonight at 9 pm E/8 pm C for Modern Comments Radio


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Modern Comments Radio 1/16/17

The Late Shift – 1-12-17

It’s been a rough week folks! It’s almost over, and we’re ready to start relaxing already. So, Mike Gay is back! In case you missed the last time he was around, yes, the conversation got interesting! Nothing is out of bounds (or at least we haven’t found “out of bounds” yet!) We’ll be talking about childish adults, wacky theories about why teen pregnancy is going down, and there will be bourbon! No, we’re not saying more, because who knows where this will go?!? Last time, it was twisted Pokemons and Pussy Galore…

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The Late Shift – 1-12-17

How About Owning Your Freaky Self?

Sad as it may be, we still have issues in society about owning who and what we are. Yes, there is occasionally a reason to be concerned about one’s reputation, but when it comes to flamboyant behaviors in one’s past, it starts to get a bit thin. Tomi Lahren is the latest one to show that she simply can’t deal with her own past.

Sure, she’s an up and coming conservative pundit, but does that really mean she needs to start sweeping out old social media posts when her detractors come across them?

Apparently so.

In Lahren’s world, perhaps it is a bad thing to discover that you’re trending on Distractify for less-than-grown-up tweets from when you were still in college? I mean, I’m sure that her current adult audience never did anything they regretted in their youth (or lately.) They couldn’t possibly think highly of anyone talking about partying, sex, and all of that. I mean, it’s not like they didn’t just elect someone to the highest office of the land who managed to talk about grabbing women’s private parts, right?

If you think I’m making the leap to normalizing any of that nonsense, forget it. However, I will say that Lahren made a mountain out of a mole hill, mostly by giving any attention whatsoever to the people who unearthed her old tweets. It also didn’t help that she took to deleting them. That just screams “I’m guilty!”

Yes, Lahren was guilty of being a typical American college student at one point in her life. So what?

Maybe it would have been fine to just call out the ones who called her a hypocrite. Sorry, but that’s dead wrong. Again, “college girl” Lahren isn’t the same as “conservative pundit” Lahren. The difference is the same as it is for anyone else of her age who managed to move on from that college-girl mentality – she grew up.

Unfortunately, apparently the people who started all this in the first place did not.

As for why I’m going on about this here, as opposed to anywhere else? This is why kinky people tend to keep their freaky selves out of the spotlight. There are way too many children dressed up like adults running around who can’t figure out that other people actually do grow up. Since they can’t figure out that anyone grows up, they also can’t figure out that grown ups mind their own damn business when it comes to private lives. Sex and kink are filed under “private lives,” and as long as the child-like-adults are running amok, they have to be extra careful about hiding their private lives from public view.

So, if you were one of the people getting your jollies over Lahren’s issues lately, and you have some private stuff you don’t want the world to know, maybe you need to figure out something – are you a grown up, or are you one of the overgrown adolescents? Think about it.

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How About Owning Your Freaky Self?

#RoEL 1/10: Golden Globes & Iranian Military Aggression

On #RoEL at 10pm ET on 1/10: Co-hosts Allan Bourdius (@UnrealAllan, Their Finest Hour, HotAir) and Krystle Schoonveld (@TarheelKrystle, The Federalist) hold a discussion on this year’s Golden Globes, as well as escalating Iranian military aggression toward the US. Joining the panel will be Stacey Lennox (@ScotsFyre, Loftus Party), Katie Jerkovich (@redsoutrage, The Daily Caller), and Chris Leggatt (@ChrisLeggatt, political consultant).

Grab a drink and some popcorn, and interact LIVE with the panel in the chat room: www.vigilantlibertyradio.us/chat/

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#RoEL 1/10: Golden Globes & Iranian Military Aggression

Kinksanity – 1-6-17

First show for the new year, and we’re told the show is officially of drinking age – or this is the 21st episode! So, let’s talk about sex, shall we? Dominance and submission is everywhere – no kidding! Find out why. It’s the beginning of the year, so there are piles of places offering sexy advice the for 2017. May as well explore at least one. Also, some talk about another gender gap, this one is all about orgasms!

Co-host: Kenny Hitt

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Kinksanity – 1-6-17

Dominance and Submission Really Is Everywhere

There are a few people out there (myself included) who think that while not everyone gets into dominance and submission as a lifestyle, most interpersonal relationships have facets that include the dynamic. It’s the basic idea that in most good relationships, there is a leader and a follower. That might change in various situations, but you have fewer arguments in general if you don’t have two people trying to be in control at the same time.

Technology seems to be proving that, too. Many people were amused today by a chat conversation between two bots. Yes, they did take “master and servant” roles all on their own at one point, and here’s the proof!

While it’s not definitive proof of human nature defaulting to dominance and submission in relations, it does add to the evidence. Yes, they are just bots interacting based on Artificial Intelligence technology, but that technology mirrors human behavior at least a little because it is created by humans. But, like many humans, there was also a little power struggle, too.

So, don’t feel too bad about those little struggles you have in your own relationships. Even the machines have difficulties sometimes!

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Dominance and Submission Really Is Everywhere

The Late Shift – 1-5-17

So, we ended up off course last night – all Taylor Millard’s fault! Taking bets on whether or not we end up talking about anti-inauguration stuff tonight. No, we won’t be talking about racism, but we might talk a bit about the Twitter – or more accurately, why it’s gone completely insane. (Yes, that may have at least a little to do with sex, because… well, it’s us!)

Guest: Jason Pye

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The Late Shift – 1-5-17

The Late Shift – 1-4-17


We survived 2016! And we’re back! Taylor Millard will be in the co-host chair, and we’ll be talking about the war on pornography! And, just because it’s torturous, maybe some talk about why Lena Dunham was severely misunderstood. You all know the drill, of course. There will be random talk about whatever has Taylor upset for the moment, and there might be some talk about racism – against white boys?!?!? (No joke! Well, maybe a little giggle involved there!) In other words, expect to be amused, folks!
Guest appearance: Thomas LaDuke
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The Late Shift – 1-4-17

Lena Dunham Did Not Want an Abortion


Yes, this is old news. Campy, gossip, garbage news. I could lie, and say that I have been actively thinking about the stupidity of the uproar over Lena Dunham saying she wished she had an abortion, but I haven’t. The news hit under a week before Christmas, so life simply got in the way. But, since I have a bad habit of keeping a kajillion tabs open all the time, that one never got cleared, until today.
Dunham is an idiot. She’s established this many times, and even some of her fans would agree that she has a tendency of letting words come out of her mouth before thinking it through. In this case, I’m not sure that happened. Honestly, it looks like people who threw fits over her comments were the ones who were suffering from the malady of commenting before thinking. English is a difficult language, and is misunderstood far more often than most would like to admit. When Dunham said she wished she had an abortion, it probably wasn’t about actually “wanting” to have one. It definitely was about a desire to experience full empathy with others.
I’ll clarify that, since the point is that this whole situation was a matter of words misunderstood. Dunham seemed to be expressing both a desire to fully understand how women who have had abortions feel, and some level of guilt over previously pointing out that she hadn’t needed to have an abortion during her life. In other words, she wasn’t trying to glorify abortion, at all.
While hosting Women of the Hour, the Girls creator recalled a visit to a Texas Planned Parenthood years ago, during which a girl asked her to share her experience with abortion.
“I sort of jumped. ‘I haven’t had an abortion,’ I told her. I wanted to make it really clear to her that, as much as I was going out and fighting for other women’s options, I myself had never had an abortion,”recalled Dunham, 30.
“And I realized then that even I was carrying within myself stigma around this issue. Even I, the woman who cares as much as anybody about a woman’s right to choose, felt that it was important that people know that I was unblemished in this department.”
Context is everything, and that definitely is the case here. I’m sorry, but I don’t get where the outrage came from on this. Were the people who got upset thinking that Dunham was looking down on women who had abortions? Well, that would be wrong, because she characterized women she knows who have had abortions as “brave.” Are they upset that she publicly admitted to discovering that she personally had attached some kind of stigma to having an abortion? Well, if they are, the whole point of Dunham’s comments were to point out how she was trying to uproot that way of thinking. Again, if they were thinking she wishes she had an abortion because it’s “cool” or something equally vacuous, that isn’t the case either.
No, Dunham was speaking from a guilty conscience, and perhaps a recognition of personal hypocrisy. It is fairly disingenuous to run around preaching about a woman’s right to choose, while secretly feeling there’s a stigma attached to having an abortion.
So, please stop attacking Dunham (and anyone else in the spotlight) until you bother to really listen to what was said. Seriously, I don’t like being in this position – defending someone who I normally can’t stand.

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Lena Dunham Did Not Want an Abortion