President Obama has been taking it on the chin all year.
President Obama has been having a pretty bad summer.
Tony’s near-death experience, in which he seems to be living an alternate life as a salesman on a business trip, is really the clincher of what is mentioned in this week’s Vox article.
Early this year it was announced that “The Fault In Our Stars” director Josh Boone was hired by Warner Bros to helm a new adaptation of the the classic, post-apocalyptic Stephen King novel “The Stand.”
In less than 100 days Americans will vote in the next Congress. Let’s face it: Midterm elections suck.
To many, the Imperial Presidency of Barack Obama isn’t a ridiculous delusion of grandeur, but an evil force of national destruction.
As this election year rolls into summer, primary season is winding down, taking with it the candidates some of us never knew, and the ones we knew all too well.
While American bombs may soon fall on Iraq again, the only solution to the new crisis is a political one.
Here’s the thing that no one has really touched on in the last week. Cantor was a dick. He sucks at politics. He sucks at life. It’s that simple.
Historically, prisoner exchanges are pretty common as conflicts wind down.
This Memorial Day weekend was especially strange and disturbing.
After losing the core of its cast last year (Wiig, Sudeikis, Armisen, Samberg), the 2013-2014 season was going to be a challenging ordeal. But the retooled “SNL” found its voice and hit its stride remarkably fast.
Primary season is in full swing, so that means it’s time again for another examination of 2014’s most nutball individuals campaigning for your vote.
I respectfully disagree with many of the things Brian Abrams wrote last week about the series finale.
Last week, days before millions of Americans filed and paid taxes, Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy instigated an armed standoff between hundreds of anti-government protesters and federal officials that could have ended in blood. Eighty miles north of Las Vegas, in the middle of nowhere, the age-old battle between government encroachment and individual liberty played out […]