A popular song from the Doobie Brothers sets the stage for discussion of the fools who believe what isn’t real and never will be.
If you were offered citizenship in the Nation of Facebook, would you take it? Mark Zuckerberg lays out an interesting proposal.
When the president says that the press is “out of control,” what he likely means is that the press is not under his control and that’s good.
Inmates at the Vaughn Correctional Facility in Smyrna, DE, took hostages to protest the president.
The president looks to implement extreme vetting for immigrants but we think that might not work well.
The Congressional Budget Office says 18 million people could be without insurance coverage. But wait, they’re talking about last year’s legislation.
No one actually thought Donald Trump could become president. If that can happen, we’re pretty sure that anything is possible. We have some ideas.
We looked through the news this morning and saw absolutely nothing new. Same song, different verse. At least we re-process our photos.
We’ve yelled, we’ve screamed, we’ve written, we’ve called, and for what? I am tired of tilting at windmills. Perhaps it is time to move on.
The New York Times calls the GOP the “stupid party.” A presidential candidate’s spouse is nude on the cover of another paper. Perhaps the entire nation ate a bad batch of hallucinatory mushrooms.
The presidential primaries bring the circus of bad politics to Indiana for the next two weeks. Our best move is to stay home and have sex. Lots of sex.
Merle Haggard wasn’t actually born in Muskogee, but that doesn’t mean his songs weren’t as real as the Oklahoma clay. We take a moment to remember.
The world is an absolute mess this morning and it would be really easy to just give up on everyone and everything. But, life is a cabaret, old chum. Come to the cabaret.
Looking at the morning headlines isn’t exactly the most cheerful of activities. The outlook for the US is bleak, but where else could we go? We’ve narrowed the list.
President Obama’s State of the Union address reminded me of my mother’s cooking advice regarding stirring and tasting. He did both. Take a look.
Tonight the President delivers his final State of the Union address, but no President has ever been exactly truthful about our country’s reality.