FBI Director’s Firing Was a Long Time Comey-ing

(Washington, DC — May 10, 2017) – October 20, 1973, is known for the Saturday Night Massacre. Thanks to Donald Trump (R-NY), May 9, 2017, will forever be known as the Tuesday Night Massacre. On October 20, 1973, President Richard Nixon (R-CA), neck-deep in the Watergate scandal, ordered the firing of Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald…

Trump’s Promises Short on Performance

(Washington, DC — February 20, 2017) – Donald Trump (R-NY) today marked one month of being the Leader of the Free World. That’s no more comforting than it was a month ago. For sane Americans, it seems like years ago that Squirrelhead Donald became Chancellor Squirrelhead, the first illegitimate President of the United States. “It’s…

Meshuga Atlanta Massacre Misinformation

(Atlanta, GA — February 9, 2017) – Believing he’s not already seen as an out-of-control, pathetic, lying hypocrite, Press Secretary of the Week Sean Spicer has added to the Trump (R-NY) administration’s lore of alternative facts by making up yet another domestic massacre in an attempt to scare the hell out of the American people.…

Monday Night Massacre

(Washington, DC — January 31, 2017) – Channeling President Richard Nixon (R-CA), Donald Trump (R-NY) fired Acting Attorney General Sally Yates last night. Meet the new crook, same as the old crook. On October 20, 1973, Nixon, neck-deep in the Watergate scandal, ordered the firing of Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox, who was acting against…

Trouble Brewing for Starbucks over Trump Immigration Crisis

(Seattle, WA — January 30, 2017) Donald Trump’s (R-NY) ban on immigrants is having far-reaching consequences, many of which likely were not anticipated when the edict was handed down on January 27. For some, it’s working them into a froth not unlike the one found on your favorite latte. Many politicians, nations, and individuals have…

Refugee Crisis

(Washington, DC — January 27, 2017) – Donald Trump (R-NY) today signed the death certificate for one of America’s most cherished premises: The welcoming of refugees from around the world in order to help them to escape persecution. The irony of Chancellor Squirrelhead, head of the Birthers, being so involved in a death certificate cannot…