I’ll have CNN on in my office all day today. It will feel like torture. It will feel like a funeral. It will feel like watching a severely unqualified con man get rewarded for capitalizing on people’s fear, bigotry, gullibility, and ignorance of the issues. It will feel like confirmation that people in this country would rather hear comforting lies than seek the truth.
If the election of a narcissistic idiot isn’t evidence enough that misinformation is damaging to the future of our nation, then you’re part of the problem.
It’s not a glamorous response and won’t turn a lot of heads. But this gesture can help real people get through dangerous situations.
Today, Donald Trump’s legions of dedicated followers, aptly labeled ‘deplorables,’ have an overwhelming sense of vindication and validation.
What to do when the unthinkable happens. Someone you respect just told you they’re a Trump supporter. Some tips from a guy who’s been there.
Getting involved in politics is a great thing to do, just don’t do it through a church. And if you do, then it’s time to give up those tax exemptions.
If you thought the 2016 GOP field was full of crazy people, wait until 2020. Donald Trump has paved the way for the rise of extremist candidates.
Trump just suggested there’s something ‘2nd Amendment people’ can do about Hillary Clinton.
I wouldn’t count on politicians pandering to secularists any time soon.
Some favorite tweets gathered as last night’s GOP Debate entertained the nation, for better or for worse.