This morning, a headline:
This morning, a headline:
Eddie Scarry wants you to know he covers “politics, media and enemies” at the conservative Washington Examiner. He also wants you to know that, after studying a creepshot of U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from behind that he claimed was passed along by a Hill staffer, he’s not buying her whole “DC is expensive and…
You lost because you were the worst thing in recent memory to happen to your home state. Now GTFO, you lost. Loser.
Frequent readers of this blog already know: We are not fans of Chuck Schumer, or really any leader of the Democratic Party, particularly at the national level.
Although its viewers are best known as very white, very old, and always frightened, Fox News still has a massive Twitter following, with more than 18 million loyal steeds along for the ride.
Last night, the news broke that—despite months of pretending this wasn’t a forgone conclusion and that the next HQ really could be in Nowhere, USA if the local bureaucrats would just conscript every resident into working in a warehouse—Amazon is expanding to both Long Island City in Queens and Arlington, VA.
We’re big fans of Ed and Brian Krassenstein’s particular brand of #Resistance-tweeting weirdness on this website, so of course it falls to me to document one of these brothers’ latest oddball moment online.
During Donald Trump’s wild post-midterms press conference on Wednesday, the president named and shamed Republicans who lost, called a black reporter racist, and, most notably, got into it with CNN’s Jim Acosta. On Wednesday night, the White House took what seems to be the unprecedented step of yanking Acosta’s press…
The reaction to last night’s election results has been mostly along the lines of “so much for that big blue wave we were promised,” but at least the Democrats took back control of the House. The former isn’t entirely wrong, although there were so many bright spots at the state level, but the latter is cold comfort in…
Georgia’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp has been on an increasingly desperate personal mission to make it as difficult as possible to vote in Georgia, particularly if you’re black. So it’s deeply ironic that Kemp, who is running against Democrat Stacey Abrams, himself ran into issues while voting today.
It’s Election Day 2018, and people all over the country are tweeting about standing in long-ass lines for their chance to participate in our supposed democracy.
Daylight saving time ended this weekend, and everyone is committing suicide. Is this good or bad? Read our point-counterpoint, if you’re not dead yet.
TGIF!!!! Two scenarios seem equally possible here: 1) We get a single new Avatar movie that costs $900 million to make, performs poorly at the box office, and nearly bankrupts Disney, or 2) We have to stomach an Avatar movie every Christmas like the new incarnation of Star Wars.
The ladies of The View do NOT shy away from the “Hot Topics” of the day, so on Monday’s show, they took up the shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue over the weekend that left 11 people dead. But at the first whiff of “guns” being part of the problem, co-host Meghan McCain was back on her game.
Here’s a bunch of cursed proper nouns: J.J. Abrams and Steven Spielberg have reportedly tapped Girls creator Lena Dunham to adapt A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea, a nonfiction book about a Syria refugee’s story of survival. I beg you, please, no.