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The Week in Politics

THEY ARE BLINDING YOU WITH SCIENCE Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. Calling Mr. Wizard! This week, Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Marco Rubio no doubt pulled out their Texas science books to brush up on God and creationism when they were appointed to lead the influential … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

WAITING FOR THE THIRD DOT Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. They say it takes “three points on a graph” to spot a trend. For example, if you spent $2 for a beer yesterday and $5 on a beer today and put that on a graph, it … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

TRIGGER WARNING! Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. To explain this week’s lesson on politics, we first need to address “trigger warnings.” This is when websites warn you that an article you’re about to click on might send you into trauma or a psychotic break because it … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

MAKING HISTORY Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. History was made and celebrated this week and we’re going to tell you the important parts. First, there was panic this week in Los Angeles, causing residents to flood 911 switchboards in record-setting numbers. It was due to a … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

LET’S GET REAL Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. Last week, Congress voted to sue the president because the president delayed a law — one that Congress hated and voted down a zillion times. Eric Cantor decided he had to leave Congress ASAP because he doesn’t do … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

WOMEN ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES   Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. Sensible people know that there really is no war on women. It was invented by liberal misfits like Socrates and Carl Sagan back in 1930s to discredit Republicans¬† — who want nothing to do … Continue reading

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