It’s unclear why Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro even bothers having Democrats on her show. Unless, that is, if her only intention is to berate them for the pleasure of an audience of one.
It’s really hard to tell which side Rudy Giuliani is on. Technically, the former New York City mayor was hired as counsel to President Donald Trump in the Russia probe, but since hitting the TV news talk shows a few weeks ago, he seems to have done more damage to the president than good, legally speaking anyway.
Ahead of Friday’s vote on whether to repeal the country’s eighth constitutional amendment banning abortion in most cases, many in Ireland were optimistic the “Yes” vote would prevail. But few had predicted such an overwhelming margin of victory, a development that will now change the country’s decades-long restrictive…
With pretty much any semblance of ethics and order already thrown out the window by the Trump administration—and Republicans in general—why wouldn’t a GOP lawmaker treat his office like his own personal fiefdom?
Barack Obama: decent president. Crap post-president. You can’t have it all, I guess.
It’s odd to contemplate how much Trumpism has warped our political perceptions. Arthur Brooks, the head of the staunchly pro-business American Enterprise Institute, is now the reasonable Republican in DC. He also wants to be on both sides of the most important issue.
DALLAS, TX— On Saturday, just after the anti-gun protest, I joined the NRA. Thirty bucks. It entitled me to a one-year subscription of American Rifleman and an entire weekend spent sinking deeper and deeper into a welcoming swamp of perpetual war.
The Trump Labor Department this week issued an extremely important advisory to all of you with retirement accounts: do not, under any circumstances, try to invest your money ethically. Got it?
Tomorrow night is the annual White House Correspondents Association Dinner. Fuck the White House Correspondents Association Dinner.
The Chamber of Commerce has such a quaint and welcoming name. Yet it is one of the foremost forces in the country seeking to make your life at work more miserable. Example One Million: crushing worker centers.
If you by chance wanted to know how race and politics interact in Arizona these days, here’s where things stand: Yesterday, the state’s legislature voted to formally rebuke its only two black members for taking issue with a Republican member’s use of the n-word in a recent opinion column. It’s a classic tale of white…
The election of Donald Trump did not provoke tortured bouts of self-appraisal only among Democrats. Republicans are also struggling with their own “Whither our party?” moment. Unfortunately for them, they are too utterly craven to even produce a good set of lies!
Much of the state of California is in the midst of a housing crisis. The reason for that housing crisis is simple: there is not enough housing. But given a golden opportunity to change the law to allow the construction of much more housing, the state lost its nerve.
A rule of thumb that is pretty useful: Any political figure who says that they want to help the “white working class” is much more interested in helping white people than in helping the working class.
Let us very briefly address the wrong argument that “Bias against conservatives works like any other prejudice.”
Personally, I am glad that female staffers who have had abortions at the Atlantic will not have to sit next to a man who wants them dead. But philosophically, the recent firing of Kevin D. Williamson says more about liberals’ inability to face the truth about their own country than one man’s lack of empathy for women.
Our nation’s present uproar over the deleterious effects of social media on society and fretting about the decline of trusted news outlets is nothing new. What’s new is the fact that the straightforward ways to prop up the Real Journalism industry have never been more obvious.