“This is deadly stuff.” On Feb. 7, Donald Trump told journalist and biographer Bob Woodward that he knew COVID-19 was deadly, “more deadly than even your strenuous flu.” But months after that acknowledgement, the public facing narrative coming from the White House and directly from the president was that things
Nothing says “Trump” quite like an overpriced and unnecessary construction job where contracts are directed towards cronies, and shit starts falling apart mere weeks after the job is completed. Yet another example of terrible Trump workmanship has come to light, as CNN reports that Melania Trump’s new renovated White House
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She would be the first woman to serve as vice president. She would be the first Black person and Indian American in that role. She would be the second California-born vice president, and definitely the first hailing from the Bay Area. In one fell swoop, Sen. Kamala Harris would break
Somedays there isn’t a whole lot to smile about, but on other days, when activists get the better of things, we get to smile a bit. This week Trump addressed a crowd of Republican student activists at a ‘Turning Point USA‘ event. Turning Point is a political action non-profit for
There’s just no amount of sugarcoating in existence to make this week’s news any easier to swallow, and unless you live under a rock with no Wi-Fi, you already know that. But before we dive into that abyss, let’s touch on some stories that were buried under all the horrific
We’re digging into some stories that popped up over the week, stories that touch you here in the Bay or beyond, make you laugh or piss you off. We try to mix it up for full sensory indulgence, so here goes. We voted! Well, some of us voted anyway. We’re
After her performance on the WHCD, she was essentially dragged through the mud by the internet for her act, claiming things like it being raunchy and mean spirited. Here’s the thing: It was. It was supposed to be.
At this time most of us, 60,467,245 to be exact (as opposed to 60,071,650… HOW DOES THIS MAKE SENSE… ok sorry back to business) are still in shock, disgust and confusion over election night’s results. This is painfully normal right now, but sometimes to alleviate all these uneasy feelings a nice