A Proper Superhero For A Change The Politically Incorrect Man

Dan Majestic writes from New York   an interesting historical account of  superheroes the clothes they wear and the theories behind the super heroes and the politically incorrect. What’s the point of them exactly?useless superheroesPolitically Incorrect was a late-night, half-hour political talk show hosted by Bill Maher that ran from 1993 to 2002. It premiered on Comedy Central in 1993, moved to ABC in 1997, and cancelled in 2002. The Education Of A Superhero The evil gamesmen has a plan to hypnotize all the young people and wreak havoc upon the city. He transmits an hypnotic signal via arcade games using his ‘hypno-sound machine.’ Meanwhile Francis Byte, a teenage video game prodigy, is doing so well on one particular game that it explodes. This results in him transforming into the new superhero VIDEOMAN. The hypnotized teenagers gather in Central Park where both the Spider-Friends and the very inexperienced Videoman attempt to foil the Gamesman’s scheme.

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism (Photo credit: arellis49)

Find out more about  tiny IQs and the reasons behind the stories of the supernatural and stupid memorabilia licomics, ke toy figures, posters from superhero movie sales surrounding films like Spiderman.

Butters' Very Own Episode

Butters’ Very Own Episode (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Read more about The Politically Incorrect Guide  a book series presenting conservative or so-called politically incorrect beliefs on various topics  Regnery Publishing . Each book is written by a different author and generally presents a conservative or libertarian viewpoint on the subject at hand. The series was the brainchild of Jeffrey Rubin, then editor of the Conservative Book Club, Regnery’s sister company within Washington, DC-based Eagle Publishing.  Butters’ Very Own Episode Butters finds out what his father has been up to late at night Butters’ Very Own Episode Butters finds out he has been up to late at night.

Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends

Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends (Photo credit: ihorner)

Read all about  Batman over on Stirring Trouble Internationally and how driving in fancy cars in silly costumes is thought to be very popular with women.The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (And the Crusades) is a controversial book by Robert Spencer, the director of Jihad Watch. It is part of The Politically Incorrect Guide series by Regnery Publishing.

Superman making his debut in Action Comics No....

Superman making his debut in Action Comics No.1 (June 1938). Cover art by Joe Shuster. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Read all about Superman , the X-Men, Fantastic Four and many more all said to resemble the Chinese Communist Party. Politically Incorrect is a mainly German-language political blog focusing on topics about immigration, multiculturalism and Islam.

The Politically Incorrect ManHave you heard of The Politically Incorrect Man, or Woman? A plan to save the world from the scourge of political correctness.  The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism, published in 2007 and authored by Austrian school economist Robert P. Murphy.

Find out more about liberal trash and politically correct and the difference they make in society. You will also be able to read about  The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism and the criticisms of capitalism for example  Murphy argues they result from government efforts to regulate the free market

Find out more about the medical industry and the divisions in society between the two in The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, by Thomas Woods, a book  first in the Politically Incorrect Guide series published by Regnery Publishing a company that addressed political correctness. This sprouted the War on Poverty made poverty worse for American liberals in the Soviet Union during the McCarthy Era. Find out how this helped create a cost-effective suggestion for governments and how the Transcontinental Railroad helped create the superheroes.

Source ‘Why Don’t We Have A Proper Superhero For A Change?‘  Stirring Trouble Internationally

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