Walker Walks Away from Election 2016

(Madison, WI — September 21, 2015) – Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) has suspended his presidential campaign, ending a 71-day campaign which never really got off the ground. Walker’s exit means there are only 15 remaining Republicans – as well as five Democrats and one Independent – vying for the highest office in the land,…

Politicians Rush to Refund Revenue from Racists

(St. Louis, MO — June 23, 2015) – Like bell-bottoms and Huckapoos, racism in politics is quickly going out of style. Or so one might like to believe. Following the mass-murder on June 17 of nine people by 21-year-old Dylann Storm Roof at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC, racism is once…

Beating Around the Bush

(Miami, FL — June 15, 2015) – Bush 41 (George H.W. Bush). Bush 43 (George W. “Shrub” Bush). Could there be a Bush 45 in the country’s future? Banking on the notorious short-term memories of average, ordinary, everyday Americans, Bush (R-FL) today announced his candidacy for President of the United States. “He should have announced…

Anti-Semitism a “New Norm” in Wisconsin, Idaho

(Madison, WI — February 16, 2015) – Over the past few months, many Americans have watched in horror as violent acts of anti-Semitism are carried out in foreign lands. They deduced that something was rotten in Denmark on Sunday as a synagogue was attacked in Copenhagen. Now that the acts of anti-Semitism are on the…