Tag: Charlottesville

Unicorns. Fairies. Dragons. Moderate Republicans. What Do These All Have in Common?

Anyone who was surprised wasn’t paying attention. The endorsement of Donald Trump ally Geoff Diehl —the character who’s trying to unseat Senator Elizabeth Warren—by alleged moderate Republican and Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker was as predictable as the outcome of former UFC star Ronda Rousey’s WWE matches. Party loyalty is thicker than water, and the idea… Read more »

March for the Ocean on June 9. Vote for the Ocean on November 6.

At the end of the day, the most important march is the one that ends at the ballot box. No disrespect to Bill McKibben and David Helvarg, who are calling upon Americans to head to Washington, D.C., on Saturday, June 9, to protest the Trump administration’s offshore drilling schemes. As both men note, there’s plenty… Read more »

Bush and Trump: The Inevitable Occurs

You had to know it was going to happen: Former President George W. Bush often jokes that President Trump’s administration makes his own former White House team look “pretty good,” according to a Republican source. The former Republican president regularly knocks the current administration, a source close to the Trump administration told National Journal, unable… Read more »

Even More Nonsense from John Kasich

Does anybody buy the good-guy act at this point? America’s favorite fake-moderate was dragged on to NBC’s Meet the Press yesterday, and again tried to promote the dubious idea that Donald Trump and Roy Moore are anomalies in the GOP, as opposed to being an accurate representation of what his party thinks and believes: Ohio… Read more »

Cruelty in Connecticut

Hey, I’m all for tuition-free college in the United States, but here’s an example of someone who probably wouldn’t appreciate such a benefit: A University of Hartford student faces a hate crime charge after she admitted to covertly harassing her black roommate, according to police. Hartford Police are requesting that Brianna R. Brochu, 18, be… Read more »