From the churches of Charleston to the casinos of Las Vegas, Donald Trump last week continued to add big league poetry to the national scene.
Originating from Kentucky, the rare breed, named the McConnell Turtle by scientists, is on a rampage. Over the past several years, this ancient reptile has caused immense trouble to Washington, D.C. that has large-scale effects on the country as a whole.
When Donald Trump says, "Make America Great Again," he's harkening back to a romanticized 1950s, when our demographics were different. American life was simpler and 90 percent white. If you were middle class and Caucasian, your trajectory was on the upswing. If you were African-American, not so much.
In January, voyeuristic Republican Representative Bart Korman introduced House Bill 2059, which requires full disclosure when a lobbyist has sex with a Missouri legislator. The reason Mr. Korman and his fellow Missouri perverts hope to document and make this information public isn't clear.
Considering New Hampshire's great tradition of poets - from E.E. Cummings to Steven Tyler - it should surprise no one that Donald Trump's victory in T...
I'm delightfully out of my mind with excitement, for President Trump (a.k.a. PT), on his first vacation, has agreed to produce my film Teach Me Tonigh...
Today, during the Upfronts, ABC was totally up front about a new political television series that's about to hit the airwaves -- one which will provide conclusive proof that Donald Trump has totally trumped the GOP.
With the election cycle heating up, there's no question that many of us are starting to feel the drain of campaign fatigue. Though we all rally around...
The worst moment of the entire 2016 presidential campaign was when Bernie Sanders first uttered the phrase "democratic socialist." Why? Because since last summer, it seems like every online discussion regarding the election has involved slapping a label on an issue or policy and then spiralling into a fruitless debate about its precise application or meaning.
And here he is again, declaring that he's two thinks from declaring candidacy and riding to America's rescue. We admit that it's a bit more complicated this time around -- what with Trump or Cruz barreling toward the GOP nom and Bernie bearing down on Hillary hard.
The former host of Celebrity Apprentice felt that the career of Jack Black has been a far more impactful part of this country's history.
There's no getting around it. The content of certain blog posts just naturally turns all of us otherwise placid people into vitriol-spewing troglodytes, so I imagine this one is really going to set the comment-o-sphere ablaze.
Why do 99% of Americans need Bernie to win?