In a TMFS sketch, the Scott Walker campaign discusses why Walker gave $250 million plus in taxpayer money for a new stadium for the Milwaukee Bucks after cutting the same amount from the University of Wisconsin system.
Here are all 17 Republican clowns wedged into three and a half minute of circus music. Gaze in wonder!
Mike Tyson once said that everyone has a plan until you get punched in the face. The same might be said of having a baby. You get home, put your newborn in his carefully decorated baby room, and then the doody hits the fan. Literally.
It happened slowly at first, then suddenly political satire was everywhere. I don't know when exactly the turning point was. It might have been 8 years of Bushisms that provided the kindle for the fire. Or maybe the absurdity of the 2008 election cycle was the turning point, when an SNL skit discredited a Vice Presidential candidate in the eyes of an entire generation.
Even when you know a baby is going to be born, nothing can prepare you for the gut punch. Tears popped out of my eyes, because this small, purplish-yellow little gerbil covered in goo was staring at me with a look in his eyes that said: "Don't just stand there you idiot, do something."
This is political maneuvering at its best. Why had this idea not been used before? Can you imagine how many scandals could have been swept under the rug and how many careers could have been saved?
A now bald Donald justified the move by blaming the guinea pig-shaped blob, which used to rest on his head, for his poor performance while at the debate.
I challenge you to help me decide if the future predicted by these cards has arrived. I'll share my predictions. Feel free to add your own. OK, here goes.
You find yourself alone in the kitchen at night, softly singing "Old MacDonald" as you do dishes.
It's been said of late that civility has been lost in politics. Maybe it never existed in politics to the extent we think it did. There has always been rancor and debate. There have always been cantankerous adversaries. But this year the mud-slinging seems a little more indulgent or shall I say self-indulgent?
In today's day and age where no one can agree on anything anymore, there is surprisingly one thing that goes undisputed: running for President of the United States comes with great responsibility.
In a TMFS sketch, we talk to the founder of "Cops Are Always Right."...
Look at that other mom's beach bag. *Drool.* It's huge. Would it be weird to ask where she got it? And she has a rolling cart! I want that. I need that. Wait, am I listening to myself? I am so uncool! What happened to me?
A few weeks ago, late in the afternoon, my six-year-old Z was climbing the tree near our very un-busy road when I saw that our eleven-year-old neighbor was talking to him.
A group of Black creatives based in Boston, Intelligent Mischief (IM), are building a multimedia project discussing anti-Black racism in the United States of America through satire called "The Black Body Survival Guide."
Millennials started off as a great generation, but along the way we've turned into the idiots described above. Maybe it's because we've seen so many heroes feed us lies or end up being something they aren't.