Hindenburg 80th Anniversary is a Blast from the Past

(Lakehurst, NJ — May 6, 2017) – Ceremonies today marked the 80th anniversary of the destruction of the German dirigible Hindenburg. And, like everything else in 2017, the anniversary took on political overtones, making it a hot time for many. On May 6, 1937, the 804-foot-long Hindenburg, owned and operated by Nazi Germany and en…

In Atlanta, I Can’t Drive I-85

(Atlanta, GA — April 1, 2017) – A 700-foot section of Interstate 85 (I-85) in Atlanta buckled and collapsed from a fire on Thursday. The deliberately-set fire raged beneath an overpass during the evening rush hour, and the resulting damage is sure to cause months of headaches for the estimated 400,000 vehicles which use the…

To Boldly Go Where No Narcissist Has Gone Before

(Washington, DC — February 1, 2017) – Most of the world today marked the 14th anniversary of the destruction of the Space Shuttle Columbia with somber reflection. And then you have a narcissist’s point-of-view. Donald Trump (R-NY) offered specially-prepared remarks on the anniversary, expanded to include the recent anniversaries of other space tragedies. January 28…

Lies, Lies, and Videotape

(Washington, DC — January 25, 2017) – The “I’ll Say Anything That Has No Factual Basis” news tour continues at the White House, and it shows no signs of abating. White House Press Secretary of the Week Sean Spicer and The Skeletal Kellyanne Conway, Counselor to the President and Soulless Angel of Darkness and Death,…

Patriotism OK – One Day a Year

(Washington, DC — January 24, 2017) – Donald Trump (R-NY) could have chosen any one of a number of issues to address during his first hours in office. Not surprisingly, he decided to act on one to satisfy his serial malignant narcissism. Chancellor Squirrelhead designated January 20, 2017, as the National Day of Patriotic Devotion…

Today’s Tally: Michelle Obama 1, Inbred Hicks 0

(Clay, WV — November 15, 2016) – The election of Donald Trump (R-NY) as President of the United States has helped open the floodgates of racial animosity and hatred, and it has been repeated again and again in some of America’s largest cities and towns. But outrage can still be generated from incidents in the…

Politicians Practice Vaccination Vacillation

(Washington, DC — February 4, 2015) – Playing to their base, politicians have entered the fray of an age-old question: To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? Meanwhile, average, ordinary, everyday Americans are hoping for a “mute” vaccine to use on these politicians. Ever since a recent measles outbreak in California, vaccination has been a hot…