The clowns of the 2016 elections are increasing our anxiety. But with Obamacare we can't afford to see a doctor for an Xanax prescription. Bourbon sales increasing.
Who's done a better job of manipulating America's election this year: Russia's FSB or America's HRC? With help from media friends, HRC is better, hands down.
They knew exactly who Trump was when they endorsed him, yet after hearing some old audio, GOP leaders are running for the exits. They're not standing on principle; they never were.
"You mean they actually vote for the lizards?" "Oh yes, of course." "But, why?" "Because if they didn't vote for a lizard, the wrong lizard might get in."
Huntsman is dismayed? That's an embarrassment. Trump hasn't changed. The Trump we see today is the same Trump who's strutted in front of us for over a year.
Tim Kaine's performance was childish and weak; he was Hillary Clinton's mouthpiece, nothing more. Unfortunately for Trump, VP debates don't swing elections.
The Trump-Clinton debate was a hot, nasty mess and light on substance; Kaine-Pence features two boring back-benchers: bad for spectacle, but more informative.
One teen has been killed by a clown, and children claim that clowns have tried to lure them into the woods with wads of cash and bags of candy. Weird.
Pundits think Trump's performance was disastrous, but America may not agree with the pundits; in the end, this contest is bigly not about policy wonkishness.
No one ever wins a presidential debate; candidates only ever lose them. But this isn't just any debate; if Trump over-performs, he could win it outright.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has taken off his shirt and hunkered down with advisors to face the impending menace from the south. Is it time to build a wall?
The right to engage unpopular political speech is one of America’s most cherished freedoms. The unpopularity of an anthem protest on 9/11 is almost guaranteed.
The terrorist plot discovered by Russia in Crimea last month was absurd and manufactured, a classically Russian stratagem. And it flopped this week in China.
Van Cliburn medalists and Nobel winners work as long and hard as Olympians, but Senators Thune and Schumer don't try to shield them from the taxman. Why not?
When are flag-waving patriots like campus activists? When they're offended. No one but your parents really cares about your feelings, snowflakes, so move on.
Hillary Clinton blasted Trump's Mexico visit at the American Legion convention, but Trump follows in the footsteps of foreign policy giants like Barack Obama.
Did the misogynist, homophobic Saudi regime donate millions to the Clinton foundation to promote female empowerment, rights for gays, and opportunity for all?
Unless the law is mechanical, heartless, and ruthlessly efficient, some criminals will get off easy. It might make us furious, but the alternatives are worse.
Defenders say that Clinton only met with deserving people for noble causes. If the game was good and the causes just, does it matter that people paid to play?
Clinton wants to raise the death tax, and Trump wants to abolish it. Nothing is certain but death, taxes, and ideological posturing over over who deserves what.