Should voting like Dear Old Dad become a relic on the trash heap of history?
Let’s focus on issues that are actually REAL threats(?) instead of tweaking voter ID laws to manage the 31 impersonations that take place per every ONE BILLION.
Philadelphians in a somber mood as anti-police-transparency bills seem likely to pass.
If we have our first Madam President, a glass ceiling will be shattered, but the structures and barriers which made her climb nearly impossible will not magically be removed.
Trump also doesn’t seem to bear us the animosity that he does immigrants, women or–well, it’s a long list. If anything, he’s broken from the Republican line just by promising to protect the LGBTQ community (in his own weird phrasing).
If you support Trump, I am not sure I can be your friend anymore.
Defying democratic process may be the final nail in the coffin of this candidate-catastrophe.
November 8th, the American voter finally gets its say.
Despite coded language from Mr. Donald Trump, Philadelphia Police won’t deploy additional officers to polling places on Election Day.
Is this what a mass-scale abusive relationship feels like?
“ … if I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception, there has never been anything like it and we’re going to have a special prosecutor.” – Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton, Oct. 9, 2016
Hillary is a smart, caring woman, who constantly extends herself in kindness. Her honorary nephew can’t stand that she is painted as a “monster.”
In dishonorably surrendering to toxic politics, Arizona’s senior senator has sold his soul
First Lady and Mother Michelle Obama lifts girls and women in her speech but still gets slammed by critics.
Well. At least we have Funny Twitter to get us through this dark time.
Follow along with Mike Kasdan’s running debate summary, in which at times he serves as Hillary’s anger translator, in this otherwise faithful transcription.