In an interview yesterday with the New York Times, Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump's campaign manager, described the presumptive Republican nominee's ...
After months and months of waiting for the punchline of this bad joke, the bad joke has gradually, painfully, come true: Donald Trump, Mr. Bombastic, ...
How do we speak to small children about Trump? The question used to be about sex, or death, and now it is Trump -- at least in my family. The soon-to-be 8 year old twins stopped by for a visit yesterday and the Trump question arose. "Gramps, what do you think of Trump?" Z asked me. I hesitated and said, "I try not to."
Columnists and talking heads have been wasting time dissecting it -- treating it seriously, in other words. All they really had to do was quote a dialogue exchange from Ionesco's play The Bald Soprano.
WASHINGTON DC: Goodyear Satire Company-- President Obama is Comedian-in-Chief at this weekend's White House Correspondents' Dinner. Amazingly, we wer...
Jack and Jill Went up Capitol Hill to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown. But all anyone could talk about was how Jill should smile more.
Trump sits down with Senate and House leaders who explain how a bill becomes law; Trump calls the process "stupid" and Founding Fathers "dopes."
I've spent most of this political season roasting Donald Trump on various forms of social media. It's really been fun for me.
What exactly the sexy ass babe was referring to is still unclear. But at the end of the day, everyone just wants this sweetie to smile more. So, officials are advising the public to tell her to do so every few minutes.
As President Trump prepares to give his first State of The Union address we look back on the highs and lows of a turbulent first year in office.
President Obama ramped up the pressure on Republicans today by withdrawing his nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court and replacing him with what he believes to be the ultimate consensus and "Holier than thou" candidate: Jesus of Nazareth.
In the midst of this volatile election season, allow me to present a Purim parody featuring the brave Esther/Hillary, the righteous Mordecai/Bernie and their divisive opponent, Haman/Donald.
She's the only candidate who will bring this great nation together.