Congratulations, you made it. At the end of any other year on the calendar just reaching the end may not be considered a massive achievement, but 2018 wasn’t your average year. It was the kind of year where, at times, driving your car off a cliff seemed an almost reasonable response.
The smoke is still rising from the charred corpse of the 2018 midterm elections, and already eyes are turning to the future. Having freshly won the House of Representatives, the Democratic Party will likely spend the next two years making Donald Trump’s job as hard as possible — a daunting task considering Trump already makes…Continue Reading ›
It’s that special time of year once more when families travel miles to be with one another to swap stories, cuddle in front of a fire, and drink too much to drown out the sound of your parents’ endless criticism. Sincerely, it’s the most magical time of the year. This holiday season, however, is unique,…Continue Reading ›
After a few days of speculation, the bottle has stopped spinning on Trump’s new chief of staff. The man destined to endure a wet, sloppy kiss from Donald Trump is Mick Mulvaney, head of the Office of Management and Budget and a former representative from South Carolina. In accepting the dubious job offer, Mulvaney becomes…Continue Reading ›
In the months leading up to his 2016 presidential campaign, attorney for Donald Trump Michael Cohen made several payments to women who previously had the displeasure of sleeping with the potential candidate. In his guilty plea to prosecutors, Cohen claimed that these payments were made at the direction of one Donny T. See, if the…Continue Reading ›
Every day, the world wakes up hungry for another installment of the world’s most salacious ongoing soap opera, Days of Our White House. Week after week, family scion, that rambunctious Donny T, finds new ways to fail upward while distracting a legion of followers with his self-important song and dance.
It’s over for marijuana prohibition, people. Ten states and counting have legalized recreational pot, and states are already reaping the untoward benefits of better-funded schools and better-maintained roads. Godless Senator Chuck Schumer has already circulated the idea of decriminalizing weed at the federal level. It’s only a matter of time. The good old days are…Continue Reading ›
The dust has hardly settled on the 2018 midterms, and already Democratic Party strategists are setting their sights on 2020, reclaiming the Senate, and ousting the world’s biggest single-cell organism from the ghostly, understaffed halls of the White House.
On Thanksgiving 2018, the United States got another messy, tragic example of the nation’s complicated relationship with guns and race. Wait, don’t go! I promise there will be jokes … just as soon as I find them …
On November 6, Democrats across the United States celebrated a major victory in the House of Representatives. An impressive voter turnout around the country saw the Dems pick up 40 seats in the US House of Representatives. A sea of new faces prepared to step into their new roles, and a whole lot of veterans…Continue Reading ›