Without even thinking twice, I can confidently say the best thing I’ve experienced during the Coronavirus Quarantine has been watching Tiger King. Netflix describes it as “A zoo owner spirals out of control amid a cast of eccentric characters in this true murder-for-hire story from the underworld of big cat breeding.”
By Sunny Dell Here we are. We’ve made it through two Super Tuesdays and the DNC gears are oiled up to keep the Joe Biden train rolling. Bernie Sanders may have a shot at knocking the former vice president off the throne at the debate Sunday, if in fact the
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By Ian Firstenberg Democratic rot gives way to a new breed of political monster. Hazy and loathsome lanyards lean into the liberatarian right. The stench of corruption has wafted from Washington DC for years — certain people in the District are inextricably tied to the deepest parts of large financial
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.
Wednesday, February 5, 2020 will be marked in history as the day the U.S. Senate acquitted a criminal president. President Donald J. Trump was found “not guilty” on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He is guilty of both. Sen. Marco Rubio found him guilty of impeachable
By Sunny Dell It started with a handshake snub. It ended on a tear. Some have compared the antics of Tuesday’s State of the Union address to a playground fight between 10-year-olds. Fair enough, sort of. There’s some room for argument that we need at least one adult left in
A decade ago, CNBC’s Rick Santelli launched the Tea Party movement with a cry of “Can you hear me now, Mr. President?” from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. That was the era of tri-corner hats, contrived 18th-century verbiage, occasional Obama-hanging-in-effigy displays, and deep concerns about the national debt
The official start of the Senate impeachment trial against Donald J. Trump kicked off Tuesday with a marathon 13-hour “debate” session. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had just hours before laid out the ground rules for the process, which effectively made it impossible to call this thing anything other than