To many, Kanye West is merely an egomaniacal rapper. To others, he’s a powerful black force with T’Challa-like abilities to rally those who worship at the altar of Yeezus. I believe the former, but it sounds like President Donald Trump believes the latter, since he just thanked “Make America great again” Ye for…
The National Rifle Association acknowledged to Congress in writing last week that it has accepted contributions from 23 Russians—or Americans living in Russia—since 2015.
The school shooting in Parkland, Fla., that left some 17 students and faculty dead has sparked a student revolution. The Parkland survivors, after learning the most important civic lesson—that most politicians are controlled by money—have begun challenging the status quo. Like many who have been affected by gun…
A longtime attorney for the National Rifle Association (NRA) is set to speak with the Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee over concerns that the controversial gun organization helped funnel Russian money to then presidential hopeful Donald Trump during his 2016 run for the White House.
Shaquille O’Neal is a great big black man. He was a phenomenal basketball player and a horrible rapper. He likes to bill himself as a big ol’ cuddly teddy bear, but Shaquille O’Neal’s politics are dangerous.
I never thought it would happen, but Georgia has virtually become the first state to elect a black woman as governor. It was one thing for Barack Obama to get elected president. He ran for office while America was in ruins after George W. Bush’s ragged economy and costly financial wars. Sarah Palin’s candidacy for GOP…
Delta Airlines is one of the biggest employers in the state of Georgia. It has a hub at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. You’d think that state legislators would want to protect and nurture that relationship, but you’d be wrong.
President Donald Trump is batshit crazy, and one of the good things about being batshit crazy is that you don’t have any loyalty to anyone—therefore, anybody can get it.
Dear Teen Activists:
I didn’t know who National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch was before the Parkland, Fla., school shooting that took the lives of 17 students and teachers, and I wish it had remained that way. Sadly, I and the rest of CNN watchers have unfortunately had to see her smug, heartless face way too much.
National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch knows exactly what she is doing. Her job as a mouthpiece for the NRA is to shift the focus from looking at gun laws to looking at anything but gun laws.
News coming out of Lex Luthor’s secret cave, aka the Trump White House, continues after the president threw a Twitter hissy fit because news folks supposedly misunderstood his call to arm some teachers as a call to arm all teachers.
Media outlets and politicians in mourning have all offered thoughts, prayers and not much else for the most recent mass shooting in
Columbine, Colo.; Las Vegas; Sutherland Springs, Texas; Parkland, Fla. (insert next city here). Very few have called it a terrorism-related incident.
It’s been some three-and-a-half weeks since a jury acquitted a St. Anthony, Minn., police officer in the death of permit-to-carry gun owner Philando Castile in a case that enraged the nation. But now that all the drama has unfolded and there is nothing else to be said or done, a National Rifle Association spokeswoman…
An update to Florida’s controversial, seemingly for-whites-only “Stand your ground” law was deemed unconstitutional by a Miami judge on Monday.
On Monday night, Daily Show host Trevor Noah took some time out to blast the National Rifle Association for its deafening silence over the recent verdict regarding the police officer who fatally shot Philando Castile—a legal gun owner—during a traffic stop.
“You know that’s just a Klan rally without the hoods, right?”