The craziest damn thing you’ve ever heard of or a secret message to the crazies?
The White House has succeeded in killing, for now, the White House Daily Press Briefing and in making itself the least transparent Administration in recent history.
On the Sunday shows today, one of the President’s top aides insisted that the Administration is seriously looking at the idea of buying Greenland even though it isn’t for sale.
After 67 years, Mad magazine is ceasing publication of new material.
Thanks to Donald Trump and the GOP, there’s plenty of material out there for Saturday Night Live.
The real answer probably isn’t far off from the parody.
On one level, it is rather amusing; on another is it quite insidious.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar became the latest Democrat to enter the 2020 race on Sunday.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is reportedly considering a bid for the Democratic Presidential Nomination in 2020.
Saturday Night Live inevitably mocked the Ford/Kavanaugh hearing on Thursday in their cold open.
The tough guy actor best known for the “Smokey And The Bandit” movies has passed away at the age of 82.
The President was up late last night sending an incredibly over-the-top tweet directed at Iran.
Controversies involving Jimmy Kimmel and “The Simpsons” highlight a perennial question.
“All In The Family” predicted a policy proposal that President Trump and many other conservatives have made in the wake of the Florida school shooting.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is making it clear she has no intention of leaving office before the 2020 election.
Some conservatives appear to believe that this year’s Starbucks coffee cops are “promoting a gay agenda.”
In other news, this week we learned that AIM still exists.
Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against The New York Times suffers a significant setback.
In Fox News Channel’s America, Donald Trump can do no wrong and Hillary Clinton is still a threat.
Donald Trump is turning out to be a man uniquely obsessed with appearances, and it’s impacting his entire Administration.
A drought that began when Theodore Roosevelt was President has finally come to an end.
Surprising results from a new poll regarding “bathroom” bills and transgender Americans.
Nancy Reagan was a crucial part what made Ronald Reagan the man he was, and today she passed away at the age of 94.
A political cartoonist for The Washington Post crossed a line and, rightfully, got condemned for it.
People don’t much care whether information supporting their prejudices is true.
Donald Trump likes to tell people that he’ll never be beholden to special interests because he’s self-funding his campaign. So far, though, that doesn’t really seem to be true.
Donald Trump was on Saturday Night Live last night. It wasn’t even remotely funny.
Conservatives finally seem to be waking up to the truth about Sarah Palin.
In the wake of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on C.I.A. torture, some have suggested that eight years of Jack Bauer helped make torture more acceptable to the American public.
I’m going to put in a good word for my son Josh’s new album “Shame of Tones,” a parody compilation based on HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”
The bizarre conservative love affair with Vladimir Putin continues.
The IRS spent $50 million on 225 employee conferences. What did the taxpayer get in return?
The man who changed the way Americans viewed newspapers, just before newspapers themselves began getting pushed aside by technology, has died at the age of 89.
The man who played Captain Kirk is not amused by an IRS training video featuring his iconic character.
AP has won round 1 in a case against Meltwater that would severely limit the Fair Use concept in commercial cases.