Happy Jack Feder

Happy Jack Feder is a writer and filmmaker living in Helena, Montana.

NFL Changes Rules for Safety

 

In a pro-active and ground-shaking response to the ever-growing trend of criticism of safety concerns in the National Football League, Commissioner Roger Goodell today issued a press release detailing sweeping reforms to the game. The press release is presented here in its entirety. “The National Football League Commission and team owners regard the physical short […]

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Clowning Around

 

I’m surprised, in the efforts to lynch the Obama Clown and brainwash other cowboys with sensitivity training, that the Obama regime and cronies have failed to recount one of my favorite Stalin stories from long ago.  After a hard day’s work, Uncle Joe blessed a Moscow circus with his presence. The clowns performed a bit […]

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At Least I’m Enjoying the Ride!

 

Hey, why that big frown on your conservative face? It was fun while it lasted, wasn’t it? Man oh man, what a ride! Alas, The Final Days are upon us. The Return to the Dark Ages. Nero ignited Christians, Inquisitors ignited non-Christians, and soon, don’t be surprised if liberals ignite opponents of gay marriage. Or […]

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My Week at Sundance

 

I literally crawled off the airport shuttle van at Park City, Utah, on Day One of the Sundance Film Festival, rested one knee on the snow-blanketed terra firma to regain equilibrium and thanked God I had not spilled my cookies during the driver’s thirty minute re-creation of Jackie Stewart’s run at the 1967 Monte Carlo […]

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Kultursmog in Big Sky Country

 

Just because you’re an aspiring, frustrated liberal administrator of a tiny college in a tiny city in the middle of the vast, thinly populated (less than a million) state of Montana doesn’t mean you can’t play like the big boys at prestigious colleges and universities when it comes to bullying people with opposing political opinions, […]

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Elvis and The Gipper

 

So that’s what it was all about! Wow! Yes, the King of Rock and Roll, the one and only Elvis, returned to my little home town of Helena, Montana, to stage a drop dead, knock out, shake the rafters performance. The audience of over a thousand screaming, cheering, tickled pink septa- and octogenarians (I was […]

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NBC Loses It

 

What am I missing here? Just minutes ago, as I write this afternoon, it was announced that NBC received a package from Cho Sueng-Li. Apparently he taped his own cd, a myface/youtube style documentary of himself waving his weapons and propounding on his socio-economic “reasons” for embarking on a mass slaughter rampage. And NBC is […]

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My Two Bits

 

HELENA, Montana Dear Mr. Elected Republican, I know you’re busy there in Washington D.C., but I’d like to offer this little anecdote. It’s true it comes from Montana, with only four electoral votes, but still, it’s an anecdote about acting on principles and the positive, unexpected results thereof. It might prove useful to you in […]

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My Mother’s Child

 

You are forever your mother’s child. There’s no way out, at least for me, even more than four decades after she brought me into this world. Though they might let go of the adult you have become, they never let go of the child you were. For example. There I was on a blustery, sunny […]

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Spit in Oscar’s Eyes

 

I can think of no better way to spit in the eye of the current PC lineup at the Academy Awards than to turn off the show and instead watch the newly released DVD of John Dahl’s WWII epic, The Great Raid. With authenticity and honesty, director Dahl details the U.S. Army Rangers’ raid on […]

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