Saturday, January 17, 2015

John Kerry Graces Cover of New French Satire Magazine: PETIE PEBDO

PPPS (Paris)—As the Pundit Pete Press Service expands its media footprint across the globe, we are proud to announce the launch of our new French language satire magazine, PETIE PEBDO.

Headquartered at an undisclosed location in Paris, PETIE PEBDO will be run by two of our experienced staff, Chief EU Correspondent, Pierre Pete, and Investigative Reporter, Poirot Pete. Editorial content will be supplemented with artwork and cartoons from Pixel Pete and Pencil Pete.

Our inaugural edition has been sent off to the printers and will be on newsstands soon. Here, to wet those famous French appetites, is the cover from that first edition, featuring U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry. 

Sunday, January 11, 2015

JE SUIS CHARLIE - Colorado bridge message in support of France

Place de la République - Evgeny Feldman photo
PPPS (Littleton)—Millions of French citizens and several world leaders, rallied in Paris earlier today in defiance of Islamic terrorists.

Unfortunately, President Obama, was not among them.

Two community members of Littleton, Colorado, Citizen Caryn and Citizen Pete, sought to remedy that shameful absense in their own small way, by posting a message in solidarity with the French people on a local pedestrian bridge.


Message on Bridge to Nowhere posted 11-Jan-2015 (click to enlarge)
While they were on the bridge, they noticed a man taking several photos from the street. The man then came up on the bridge, and after apologizing for not knowing much English, simply said "Merci".

He turned out to be a French man named Tyler. 

Citizens Caryn and Pete said that one comment really made their day!

Update January 13, 2015: Our bridge message was covered by Colorado Peak Politics.

Update January 14, 2015:  

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Paris Terror Attack - We Pray For and Stand With Our Brothers and Sisters in Satire

PPPS (Paris)—We stand with our brothers and sisters in satire. 

Please share this graphic in solidarity with Charlie Hebdo

Lord, shine your light on the people of Paris and especially those friends and family members of Charlie Hebdo and the police killed in today's terrorist attack. Bring them healing and comfort and courage in their grief. And for the French people, turn their righteous anger into commitment and a testament to Your love, that evil shall not prevail and that truth shall not be silenced. Amen.

Please go to the Charlie Hebdo web site and share their message in the language of your choosing.  


Other posts from around the web:

Kirby Delauter, 'Charlie Hebdo.' and the Limits of Our Bravery - Washington Free Beacon

The Future Belongs to Charlie Hebdo - by Kyle Shideler, Center for Security Policy

First Hand Account From the Terrorist Attack on Charlie-Hebdo - Claire Berlinski

The Media Owes Charlie Hebdo An Apology - by Rusty at Mental Recession