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.
While the rampant mayhem of our beloved political process has diverted everyone's attention from both ISIS and whether they should follow the Paleo...
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.
The personal trainer looked me up and down, mentally taking notes before deciding what my body could handle over a one-hour session, the first of three. "Not only will we be exercising but we'll also be discussing your diet," he said.
"Oh yeah, I got this," accompanied by a fist pump. Remember that first Monday in January, and your goal? Now, it's the beginning of February, the se...
Attempts at deciphering the public personalities who are making our world are easily frustrated. There are a lot of odd characters out there these days. Here is one suggested method to get a fix on these elusive individuals.
Season Six is absolutely thrilling beyond measure. The show is going out in a wave of triumph. I had to take Valium midway because I thought I'd never get to sleep after the non-stop excitement.
In a last-minute effort to secure millennial votes, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is released her debut music video, "I'm fun, damn it," the night before the Iowa caucuses, and nine days before the New Hampshire primary. As the only Democratic candidate in the 2016 elections without an album, Clinton is now attempting to keep up with the musical talents of her opponents in order to gain votes.
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.
Life in the Boomer Lane could barely contain her sadness over the recent discord between some mighty high profile people. She will now bring you up...
Why do 99% of Americans need Bernie to win?
After two years on maternity leave, I now know what steep learning curve really means. And in case you're a man reading this, no, maternity leave is not a vacation like business school.
Life in the Boomer Lane has just returned from Hawaii, where she had the rewarding experience of spending many hours in airports and on planes, contemplating the human race.