You know, there are times I actually feel sorry for Melania Trump. (Sorry, brain freeze.) But seriously, what must it feel like to go from a station in life where Vogue was producing cover stories on your wedding and opulent, gold-plated lifestyle to high-fashion shade like this:
Despite several outbursts from protesters, Congress voted 50 to 48 to confirm embattled judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, ending weeks of contentiousness between those who believe sexual assault survivors and those who live and represent states that sought to continue slavery.
Brett Kavanaugh is well on his way to joining the highest court of the land. While we know Kavanaugh is accused of sexual assault, how about his relationship with race?
Sen. Susan Collins of Maine proved her 53 percent white woman bonafides with a vote of support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh, all but assuring his confirmation to the United States Supreme Court.
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake has a thing he does, which I call “The Flake.” The Flake is when a senator from a conservative state, like say, Arizona, acts conflicted about heavy subject matter and pump fakes as if they are going to cross party lines, but in the end—always in the end—they vote some 90 percent of the time…
Editor’s Note: This post includes a graphic description of gang rape.
President Donald Trump has gone full Alex Jones, pushing a conspiracy theory about sexual assault survivors who’ve confronted senators about their support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, a man who has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct.
Reporters and political pundits are trying to decipher the meaning behind Friday’s procedural votes for Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.
Almost 30 years ago this month, on Oct. 14, 1988, The Accused debuted in theaters. The movie starred Kelly McGillis (who was a big star after Top Gun) as an ambitious prosecutor named Kathryn Murphy and Jodie Foster as Sarah Tobias, a working-class girl who is the victim of a horrible sex crime.
In a Billboard cover story last week, knapsack enthusiast J. Cole admitted that he didn’t vote in the 2016 presidential election, claiming that while he would have voted for Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton just didn’t motivate him.
In newsrooms across the country, political reporters and pundits are trying to read the tea leaves on what’s in store for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual assault and misconduct and accusations that Kavanaugh lied multiple times under oath during last week’s Judicial…
The week-long FBI investigation into sexual misconduct claims against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has concluded. The report was finished Thursday (for comparison, the search for Russian Collusion and Barack Obama’s real birth certificate is still ongoing). Here’s everything we know.
Both Donald Trump and his proxy, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, continue their public defense of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. In the latest White House press briefing, Sanders also goes so far as to say defend the president’s mocking of Christine Blasey Ford during a rally in Southaven,…
If you’ve ever wondered what Kanye West would be like if he were raised by a frozen-food heiress and the U.S. ambassador to Seychelles, look no further than Tucker Carlson. Although I cannot vouch for Tucker’s beat-making ability or his emcee skills, Carlson is the poster boy for what happens when a narcissist is put…
This is your regular reminder that the current sitting president of the United States is a racist, xenophobic rape apologist who protects and promotes abusers.
“The more things change. The more things stay the same.”
Before the New Yorker published a story claiming that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh had exposed himself to Deborah Ramirez during a party at Yale University, Kavanaugh and his staff reportedly sent text messages to friends who attended the party asking for support and looking for them to publicly deny the…
Donald Trump Jr., the breakout idiot of the Trump brood, is winning the four-person race between himself, Betsy DeVos, the skeletal remains of Kellyanne Conway, and the presidential KFC bucket for dumbest person with White House access.
The Senate Republicans caved and Donald Trump just announced that the FBI will conduct a weeklong, limited edition, Cliff Notes, truncated, highly abbreviated investigation into Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in 1982.
It must be nice to be a white man.