Things are testy between the Catholic Church and ex-Trump staffer Steve Bannon at the moment. Reporting today from ThinkProgress, on how Bannon and the group CatholicVote used phone data location to target voters who’d been to Catholic Iowa churches with ads, likely won’t help matters.
Because this is a story that won’t die, President Trump opened up a predictable new front in his war against Ilhan Omar and the progressive Squad on Friday by attacking the “crazed” media for covering his supporters’ racist rally chants at all.
After days spent hurling racist attacks at Rep. Ilhan Omar spilled into his supporters chanting “send her back” at a rally last night, President Trump on Thursday distanced himself the vitriol he helped stir up by ridiculously trying to pretend he disapproved of it and tried to stop it.
As the braying masses chanting “send her back” in response to to Donald Trump’s criticism of Rep. Ilhan Omar have willfully forgotten, there’s a real person on the receiving end of those attacks. And the Minnesota congresswoman is responding to this unprecedented new round of racism like a class act.
The head of Planned Parenthood, Leana Wen, was forced out of the job after less than a year on Tuesday. The Washington Post reported Wen favored positioning Planned Parenthood as a broader health provider, while members of the board pushed for a focus on the group’s commitment to abortion services.
Wormed-brained attendees at Donald Trump’s Social Media Summit were treated to nearly an hour of him complaining about not getting enough engagement on his tweets, slamming the media for reporting on his spelling and grammar errors, and a flurry of other grievances about socialism, antifa, and much, much more. In…
Twitter is down, so there’s no way for me to know what everyone’s saying about me. Did the critical mass of brain power at Trump’s Social Media Summit for far-right weirdos overload the matrix? I’ll let you know—just as soon as that hellsite comes back online.
Speaking outside the White House on Wednesday morning, a top staffer for Vice President Mike Pence said he “can’t talk about” why Pence abruptly—and without much explanation—canceled a trip to New Hampshire to stay in Washington earlier this month.
Hello fellow teens—are you down with the hella new trend that is e-vaping? Because I’m here to say: Put down that Jewel!
Is the cockatoo the most radical bird in the animal kingdom? A new(ish) data point suggests so:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign raked in $19.1 million in the second quarter of 2019, the New York Times reported, more than three times what she did in the first quarter. That’s likely to put her at third among the Dems behind Biden and Buttigieg but ahead of Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Donald Trump’s all-new, rebranded American Fourth of July in our nation’s capital promises to be a horrifying carnival for the ages.
Donald Trump sat for an EXCLUSIVE interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson during his visit to Japan, published online Monday night, during which he blabbered on and on about the complicated problem of homelessness, which apparently “started two years ago.”
Don’t miss this illuminating piece of reporting from The Guardian today, wherein the class of wealthy tech workers who’ve drastically transformed San Francisco bemoan becoming its victims. Among them: a woman saying “we all suffer” after a homeless man made her fall off her scooter. Abject hell.
I’m finally up to date on Big Little Lies, the best soap opera on television, which means I’m qualified to write a recap (finally). I know you’ve been waiting for it just as feverishly as I’ve been waiting for Celeste to shut down Mary Louise’s shit once and for all! More on that later.
One of the best streaming comedies of the year—Netflix’s I Think You Should Leave—has been renewed for a second season. If this doesn’t make any sense or is actively bad news to you, you probably LOVE your mother-in-law.