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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

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS   Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. Sure, a lot humorless things were going on last week. But let’s focus on something funny. Specifically, the growing shortlist of exciting personalities who might be eyeballing the 2016 presidential election. First, halfwit and part-time governor … 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

Holy Vast Liberal Perfidy, Batman!

The political world is reeling from the whopping KAPOW! that GOP House Majority Leader Eric Cantor just got from a Tea-Party insurgent in the Virginia primary. How could this happen? How could one of the most powerful conservative jokers in Washington suddenly find himself without a job? Was Cantor “too calculating“? “Ambitious”? “Disconnected”? Well, don’t … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

SOMETHING IS IN THE AIR Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. This week, there were three important developments in the politics of climate change. First, House Republicans passed an amendment that forbids the Department of Defense from acknowledging climate change and from spending even a dime on … Continue reading

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