The Atlantic’s May cover features Alec Baldwin covered in orange makeup holding up a Trump wig. The cover asks, “Can Satire Save the Republic?” What is satire saving the Republic from? Republicans. While making America safe for Socialism. After Bush won, Democrats fought back by doubling down on the ridicule. Before long they were getting their news from Jon Stewart’s smirk. Stewart spawned a whole range of imitators. Today you can find numberless clones of the Daily Show across cable and even on CBS and, soon, on NBC.
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Magrogan acknowledged that his group's last Philadelphia restaurant - Harvest Seasonal Grill at 40th and Walnut Streets - was permanently closed.
The administration of the University of California (UC) system hid $175 million in budget reserve funds from state officials, a new review alleges, prompting the state’s auditor to call for “significant change” at the top to strengthen public trust i
Trump won't put up with this kind of waste...
As North Korea saber-rattles, it’s a good time to remember some history lessons from the first Korean War that are still applicable today.
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Allowing young children to learn naturally through play, rather than in academic settings, is better for their academic growth long-term.
Hundreds of thousands of self-professed science supporters turned out to over 600 iterations of the March for Science around the world this weekend. Th ...
Nye is no more an expert on climate change than Jenny McCarthy is on vaccines.
Judges turn “one hundred years of jurisprudence” on its head to meet their political goals.
Liberal protesters stormed the Washington, …
Rod Thomson It’s unfortunate that such an eminently likable and engaging a man as Neil deGrasse Tyson should be one of the driving problems in science today. He’s someone who could unite and enforce scientific legitimacy in areas that have
FNc's Greg Gutfeld comments on this weekend's 'March For Science' and Bill Nye's new highly political persona. Related Video:Bill Nye Criticizes CNN For Not Having 98 Other To Help Debate Princeton Climate Skeptic "So you can't even have one scientist on to question a comedian who got his degree in mechanical engineering," Gutfeld said. "Bill Nye is breaking the golden rule of science, he is mocking skepticism, which is the spine behind the scientific method. An actual scientist embraces debate, because it sharpens their research," he said. "You can question climate predictions, because they are often horribly wrong. But Bill paints every critic as 'Anti-Science,' even those who tread carefully through the data." "So why should debate scare Nye? Because climate fear is his livelihood. It is his game. And if you don't play along, you're off the field," Gutfeld also said.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (April 25, 2017) – Last Friday, Gov. Jim Justice (D-West Virginia) signed a bill to shut down the state-run Obamacare health insurance exchange. Once in effect this summer, the ne…
Conservative radio host and author Laura Ingraham told Sean Hannity on Tuesday Senior Republican Senators “laughed out loud” over the ...
He has done big things and has plenty of time to get more big things done.