Tag: that’s not racial transcendence
Alabama's Richard Shelby has been in the U.S. Senate since the Reagan administration. That seems about long enough, don't you think?
Let's run down the list of speakers at the 2016 Republican National Convention, before they can run US down.
Donald Trump is well equipped to empathize with black Americans, because he too has experienced discrimination from establishment Republicans.
David Duke is planning a run for Congress against Steve Scalise, the House Majority Whip, because it's that kind of election year.
Barack Obama calls for healing after another wound to America's heart. We're just saps enough to be optimistic, a little.
Donald Trump continued to crib lines from Richard Nixon's 1968 playbook, promising to be the 'law and order candidate' of 2016. His vow to crack down on hippies may not resonate quite as well.
Well dear Christ, what a fine little roundup of horrors we have for you this time. Please provide your own kittens. Houston: Hands Up? Maybe....
We heard from the Usual Gang of Idiots this week, but sadly, not a one of them is smart enough to work for MAD magazine.
Trigger warning for JESUS IS THIS GUY FUCKING RACIST.
It appears Baton Rouge, Louisiana, may be something less than a paradise of racial harmony.
Our deleted commenters' try some verbal fireworks, and blow off their own fingers. Don't try this at home!
A bunch of neo-Nazis is planning to roam the streets outside this summer's Republican National Convention, to "protect" Trump supporters. Can't see why anyone would have a problem with that.
We've got Bundyite sovereign citizens, liars, and racists against the Bears Ears national monument proposal. Hell, all we need now is some good old-fashioned ratfucking.
Robert Morrow, the co-author of one of Donald Trump's favorite books smearing Bill and Hillary Clinton, has an inordinate fondness for the n-word. You won't see him tied down by political correctness! Or common decency either.
Why can't you be more PC about Republicans' racism?
Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk has become the first Republican to formally withdraw his earlier statement that he would support Donald Trump. Other rats are still reportedly waiting for reports on the ship's buoyancy.