1. Perform condescending grammar and/or spelling checks on random people’s internet posts. This is one of the most popular and, I assume, effective approaches. Don’t agree with something someone says online? Meticulously run it through spell check. Nothing gets your point across like condescendingly reminding someone they missed a hyphen.
The repeal of Obamacare and its implications on your healthcare. 18 million may lose their coverage in the first year.
Making that fateful trek to our nation’s capital this week? Not all of it will be bad, yes there will most likely be a speech with the eloquence and grammar below a 6th-grade level, the lowest predicted attendance rate and highest amount of organized protests of any inauguration, but that
“We fought for social justice.” –Khieu Samphan a leader of the Khmer Rouge, a group that murdered roughly 25% of Cambodia’s population in the 1970s. Americans in the 21st century have it incredibly easy. We’re so used to freedom that we don’t spend much time thinking about the particulars of how others
If you can’t make it to the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st you can at least send your pussy…hat. The aptly named Pussyhat Project wants to collect over one million pink cat ear hats to keep marchers’ heads warm and their unapologetic support for all things feminine front and
We now say goodbye to the year that we said goodbye to many of our most beloved icons in, so it behooves us to take sad stock of the pop culture luminaries lost in 2016. We’ve ranked the most distinguished dearly departed below, to note their immortality in the melancholy
By Mar-Li Pitcher and Lauryn Petrie Red banners wave and the exuberant crowd’s cheers of “Make America Great Again” rise to the rafters. The working-class descendants of the Mayflower feel that they have finally found their king. Xenophobia and fear fuel their rabid enthusiasm. Meanwhile, outside, homeless people are having their
The Association of Realtors has poured hundreds of thousands into funding two sneaky measures, which aim to trick San Franciscans into handing over big profits to developers. Housing Attorney Daniel Wayne explains all