Most people are entertained cause the show mostly looks like it should, but the people in front who are paying the most attention can see the bloody protruding bone, and they’re screaming.
By Sunny Dell Lurking beneath the primary fervor with its distracting bad apps and knives-out supporters lies a growing crisis: an insane and unhinged president. The litany of assault that one moron has heaved onto this country since his campaign days is far too vast to even attempt quantification. Who
By Ian Firstenberg In a rare moment of political honesty, Michael Bloomberg’s book reveals how deeply full of shit he really is. Michael Bloomberg’s thinks we are big dumb suckers. For him, we are whiney hogs who must be kept at bay and firmly scolded into submission; not listened to
While a lot of the online left has trained its ire on Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the biggest revelation of the Democratic primary pertains to a different mayor. It turns out that Michael Bloomberg, who only apologized in November for his mayoral administration’s 12-year history of favoring invasive and unconstitutional stop-and-frisk
And then there were…20! Okay, with the recent addition of Joe Sestak, there are actually now 24 somewhat viable, if not just interesting, democratic presidential candidates to mull over. But the debates Wednesday and Thursday in Miami will showcase the top 20 contenders to climb to the top of the
It was just weeks ago that media critics homed in on media’s lack of or primarily negative coverage of female candidates lined up for the Democratic primary. Way back then, Elizabeth Warren was barely a whisper on pundit lips, but the big finance-busting candidate is lately proving you don’t have
Pete Buttigieg could actually win this thing. I will first say this is NOT an endorsement; this is purely observation. I hold judgment until I see how candidates perform on the debate stage – that’s where they go to thrive or die and I’m looking forward to the show. But
Hillary Bots and Bernie Bros can both agree that Sec. Clinton’s Democratic Primary lead of 3 million votes cannot be considered accurate if it does not include caucus voters’ results. So what would the vote count be if caucuses were included? After Shaun King’s recent (and mostly correct) proclamation that