The Bane of Our Existence

(Washington, DC — January 21, 2017) – The Republican Party got caught with its pants down – or, at least, Melania Trump’s pants – during the Republican National Convention, thanks to her acts of plagiarism. It looks like Republicans have learned nothing from that scandal. Melaniagate began on July 19 in Cleveland (temporarily known as…

A Plagiarist Calls out the Husband of a Plagiarist

(Atlanta, GA — August 1, 2016) – The campaign staff for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (R-NY) find themselves embroiled in another plagiarism-related controversy. But this time, it’s not due to anything any of his supporters or family members said or did. The campaign has yet to fully recover from Melaniagate, the scandal in which…

GOP Hijacking Secured, Trump Turns to Acceptance Speech

(July 20, 2016 — Nuremberg (formerly known as Cleveland), OH) – Republicans last night officially nominated Donald Trump (R-NY) as their candidate to be the country’s next President of the United States. For those who virulently oppose the alleged billionaire as their party’s standard-bearer, the whole episode caused quite a Führer. “We’re very happy that…

How’s It Going for Ryan in Cleveland? Just Terrible!

(July 18, 2016 — Nuremberg (formerly known as Cleveland), OH) – Given the fractured state of the Republican Party these days, above all else it needed its Republican National Convention to go off without a hitch. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) just shot that to hell. Standing in Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena, Eddie…

Profiles in Discouragement: Scott Baio

In honor of this week’s coronation of Donald Trump (R-NY) as the 2016 GOP candidate for POTUS Führer, FLATLINE is taking a look at some of the outstanding speakers and presenters at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland (temporarily re-named Nuremberg). (July 18, 2016 — Nuremberg (formerly known as Cleveland), OH) – Actor Scott Baio…

Cleveland Re-named and Ready for the No-Show

(July 17, 2016 — Nuremberg (formerly known as Cleveland), OH) – On May 23, the Belgian company Anheuser-Busch re-named its “Budweiser” beer, calling it “America” until the November 8 general election. Cleveland has decided to go with a temporary name change as well. For the four days of the Republican National Convention – July 18-21…