Why do we assign the woman more blame for being cheated on than her opponent?
“ … 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
In dishonorably surrendering to toxic politics, Arizona’s senior senator has sold his soul
Well. At least we have Funny Twitter to get us through this dark time.
Trump’s attack on Alicia Machado again torpedoes his “temperament” argument.
Throughout recorded history it has been the rich who have ruled the earth. The rich claim they rule because it is just, or claim they are doing no such thing. I don’t know how to suspend my beliefs.
Colin Powell is one of the most accomplished and trustworthy Republicans alive — we should listen to what he has to say, especially about Donald Trump.
The power of sports metaphors in politics.
Donald Trump supporters fall into two types of baskets.
“Basket of Deplorables” is not only accurate, its a warning to us all.
And then there’s the whole Vladimir Putin thing.
Matt Lauer’s performance confirms the news media’s widespread ineptitude and sexism for all to see
Hillary Clinton’s speech yesterday from Reno was an instant classic. The highlights (in handy-dandy shareable meme form) are right here.
Why do we repeat the same “lessons learned” expecting to get a different result?
John Oliver has had enough from this “self-serving half man who has somehow convinced half the country that sacrifice is the same as success.”
Which “America” are we headed toward choosing in November—a 1950s throwback or a 2016 and future we need to carefully build?