Ladies and gentlemen, we welcome you to the historic Lawry’s Seasoned Salt Arena—the only place in America that hasn’t been colonized by whiteness—for the Championship Round of the 2018 World Wypipo Tournament!
Unlike Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) was able to enjoy his meal of Hungarian goulash and sautéed bat wings before Louisville, Ky., protesters began barking, “Where are the babies, Mitch”?!
It’s been a horrible week in politics, and it just keeps getting worse. Now, I don’t entirely agree with my colleague Terrell J. Starr’s assessment from yesterday.
Now that it’s “Trump time” in America, it’s clear that wypipo have gone plumb loco when it comes to spewing the pent-up racial animus they’ve obviously been holding on to for so long.
I remember vivid details about the morning when I first decided I didn’t want to go to church anymore. I remember that my mother attempted to wake me several times that morning when she was already fully dressed, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, wearing her nurse’s uniform that she had to wear every fourth Sunday because…
The United States may be getting a major tax overhaul after Senate Republicans scraped their way to a victory early Saturday morning, with a bill that critics say senators haven’t read and one that gives major concessions to corporations and the wealthy.
Let’s recap, shall we?
This vomit-inducing Senate revision of President Donald Trump’s initial trashy health care bill was doomed from the time Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell thought it was a good idea to have an all-male GOP lineup working behind closed doors in secret to create it.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) proved himself to be a coward Tuesday night when he stopped Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) from reading a 1986 letter penned by Coretta Scott King about Jeff Sessions, now the U.S. attorney general nominee.
In a secret assessment from September, the CIA concluded that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency, according to an explosive report from the Washington Post.
Two top congressional Republicans who were previously critical of President-elect Donald Trump are working to bridge the gap with him after his election win Tuesday night.