“Meep Meep!” The call of the wild turkey bird. It’s your pre-Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Watch, where we watch Thanksgiving—thankfully!
The Trump administration is sure to be hell for working people, but so far the actual Labor Secretary has been relatively quiet on the specifics. Today we have a new item to add to his list of Ways to Egregiously Stomp on The Poor: fucking with worker centers.
This week’s thorough dismantling of the hapless “Cleveland Browns” football group brings to mind an old joke famous in Jacksonville circles:
Given the fact that economic inequality has been rising for nearly four decades, it’s natural to assume that government redistribution of wealth has disappeared. According to a new study: Not so! But that raises even more sinister questions.
San Quentin is beautiful from the outside. It sits on a sun-drenched point jutting out into San Francisco Bay, a short drive north from the Golden Gate Bridge, at the end of a small road overlooking the water. Right up to its front gate sit quaint houses with spectacular views, which go for around a million dollars…
Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of Jesus, Salvator Mundi, passed through the hands of some of Europe’s most powerful rulers on its path to Christie’s auction house, where it sold for $450 million last night. This is what Jesus would have wanted.
“Golf is a good walk spoiled,” a famous man once said, speaking to the author of A Book of Quotes. Would it not, in our modern world, be more accurate to say, pithily, “Fuck golf—golfing ass motherfuckers?”
When politics is a nonstop soap opera, it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture. And the big picture is this: A tiny handful of disgustingly rich people are hoarding all the wealth.
The last time we checked in on the Jacksonville Jaguars, football, they possessed a record of three wins and two losses. And now?
On the sensitive subject of race, we have often given Steve Bannon a hard time, just because he is a white nationalist who oversees a racist media outlet. But—credit where credit is due—in a new interview, he makes a point that, we must admit, rings very true.
A glorious wave of POPULISM has swept America, propelling our Blue Collar Billionaire president into office and empowering him to DRAIN THE SWAMP of the self-serving and out of touch elites who have serving themselves, not the hard working people of this country. Let’s check in on how that’s going!
After AT&T and Time Warner announced their planned $85 billion merger last year, it became clear that there might be a political problem: President Donald Trump’s seething hatred of CNN, which is owned by Time Warner. And now, it is all coming to pass.
“I’ve been confused about politics ever since Republican states became red states, which to me, growing up in the era of Red China, suggested commissars and gulags and thought control, which of course Utah and Texas and Georgia do not have... Blue makes me think of Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, but that’s another…
New details that have emerged in the case of this weekend’s stunning physical attack upon Senator Rand Paul confirm: You need more calcium Rand Paul.
In their scramble to find a way to pay for their enormous tax cuts for the rich, Republicans have penalized the middle class, students, and sick people. This all could have been avoided with a carbon tax.
A year ago, AT&T announced that it had struck a deal to buy Time Warner for $85.4 billion. On the left, people were worried about the negative effects of media consolidation on our public discourse. And on the right? Well, it gave Donald Trump a potentially perfect way to get back at CNN.
Yesterday, a bloodthirsty man drove a truck down a sidewalk in Manhattan, killing eight people. Are your friends in New York City okay? I can virtually guarantee it. Yes.
Yesterday, Zoltar-esque Trump administration flack Sarah Huckabee Sanders opened the White House press briefing with a long, meandering story that purported to use an analogy about buying beer to explain the logic of the Republican tax cut plan. You may be flabbergasted to learn that this story, which was literally …
On the day of Armageddon, when all is in flames, there will be a rich person saying that—though it may sound radical—it may not be too early to start undertaking a study of these problems we seem to have.