Trump’s inauguration is becoming one of the biggest jokes in presidential history, and it hasn’t even happened yet.
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The ties keep getting deeper and deeper.
Journalism is dead.
Republicans are already planning to do what the do best: obstruct.
Down-ballot candidates are crucial to a Democratic victory.
Get your popcorn ready. As the patients have taken over the insane asylum, the Republican National Convention this summer in Cleveland is going to be a complete, yet entertaining mess.
Once again, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie ignores the call of duty of his position as Governor to further his own political agenda. This time, he misses the third police funeral since December to campaign for Donald Trump.
His supporters are too stupid to care if he lies to them, so he does…every five minutes.
Sean Hannity has the thinnest skin of anyone on earth – and his temper tantrums are hilarious.
Donald Trump quite literally makes a career of trolling on Twitter. It seems he trolled the wrong people this time.
The Obama Administration understood how Jon Stewart shapes public opinion. The President thought enough of Stewart to have him visit the White House.
His fellow Republicans in the Senate are less than pleased with what they claim are lies, exaggerations and just plain fantasy in Ted Cruz’s new book. Let the autophagy begin!
Looks like Fox News finally picked up the clue phone. Sarah Palin is so 2008!
The demise of journalism…
“The audience, for the most part, is awake because they are bobbing up and down and we sit there, stone faced. But we’re not, at least I was not, 100 percent sober.”
President Obama’s new budget would allow Washington D.C. to finally implement its marijuana initiative, which passed with over 70% of the vote.
With 65 women in the House and 14 in the Senate, Democratic women make up 79 members of Congress, 18 percent. Almost 1 out of 5 members. This is something to celebrate, but there is still much more work to be done.
Get ready for a tougher President!
‘I definitely got the sense that the Koch Industries folks were tracking what I was doing fairly closely.’ – Daniel Schulman, author of ‘Sons of Wichita’