Calfornia Attorney General Xavier Becerra is leading the charge in a multi-state lawsuit in response to Donald Trump’s utterly idiotic national emergency over border security. Per CNN, Becerra says that he should be filing the suit “sometime today” and that roughly a dozen other states are prepared to jump on the suit.
Meghan McCain, the cable news commenter whose takes seemed specifically designed to make me destroy my laptop keyboard with my forehead, has weighed in on the 2020 Democratic primary!
Per a White House pool report, the big productive golf boy went golfing with the big budget boy today.
The massive shitshow in North Carolina’s ninth congressional district may be nearing a dramatic end, as on Monday election officials began a state hearing into allegations of fraud by Republican Mark Harris’s campaign.
Here is a surreal American story. In a sixth-grade classroom at Lawton Chiles Middle Academy in Lakeland, Florida, a student declined to stand for the pledge of allegiance. Lawton Chiles Middle Academy, rightfully, does not mandate that students stand for the pledge. Unfortunately, the student’s substitute teacher…
Meet the Big Deals Boy, a man so bad at his job that his effort to follow through on even one campaign promise has already been subjected to multiple lawsuits and a congressional investigation. That’s probably enough for today, folks!
Matthew Whitaker, the acting attorney general put in place after Trump fired Jeff Sessions and who looks like a big egg man, is getting a new job in the Department of Justice: senior counselor.
Well this is encouraging, at least, seeing as Trump openly admitted that he expects a challenge to his national emergency to go to the Supreme Court.
Turns out Jeff Sessions, the stunningly racist former attorney general who ran the Justice Department for 21 months of the Trump Administration, was also extremely racist just in his general everyday office behavior. Wow! Who woulda guessed!
At long last, Congress is making progress to end U.S. involvement in the bloody, devastating war in Yemen.
In November, Washington voters approved I-1639, a gun control measure aimed at limiting the sale and use of semi-automatic rifles by raising the legal buying age to 21, mandating enhanced background checks, firearms training courses, and instituting a 10-day waiting period. But in rural gun country, local police and…
President Donald Trump loves to golf. He loves it so much, according to the Washington Post, that he installed a giant room-size golf simulator so he could play 18 holes of virtual golf without ever leaving the White House.
U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter, a former marine most famous for vaping in Congress and being charged with wildly misusing campaign funds, went on Fox News this morning to push the surreal argument that the government is restricting U.S. troops’ ability to wage war by prosecuting them for extrajudicial killings and forcing…
A historic political crisis is unfolding in Virginia, one where all three of the state’s top elected officials have faced calls for them to step down.
In 2018, after the devastating school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, many schools rushed to prevent further attacks with plans to arm teachers or station police or private guards on campus. In Florida, new state legislation provides for schools to designate a safety specialist or…
Spineless blob Erick Erickson finally made an honest pivot today, announcing that he was endorsing Trump/Pence in 2020 and vowed to “help them on the trail as needed” after being one of the main names behind #NeverTrump in 2016.
Embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam reportedly told staffers on Friday that he would not resign and is instead apparently embarking on a surreal remorse campaign that includes frantically reading seminal black texts like Roots and Ta-Nehisi Coates’ essay “The Case for Reparations.”
I’m not a legal expert but “Mistakes happen. We acknowledge that this was a huge mistake,” doesn’t seem like an appropriate defense for the deliberate murder and dismemberment of a journalist.
It’s the end of a rough-and-tumble week, and in at least one aspect of his life and business, Amazon’s billionaire founder Jeff Bezos might be calling it quits.
Here’s a fun scene for you to think about, reported by the Wall Street Journal this morning: