Georgia Sends Sheriffs To Scare Black People From Voting. Uh, Protect Integrity Of The Vote, They Mean.
Georgia's Hancock County is just one jurisdiction taking a more personal, face-to face approach to suppressing the black vote, because they care.
Huh. Pointing guns at law enforcement can get you shot dead, but not necessarily convicted. Where's President Law-N-Order on this?
Are things getting better, or are they getting worse? Yes.
Laughing at ridiculous state legislators, for their ridiculous ideas, is all fun and games, until someone threatens to kill them dead. And then it's like, "Hey, don't do that. That's rude!" Missouri state Sen. Kurt Schaefer is trying to stop a...
Trump breaks up with Julian Assange, Alex Jones's custody battle got WHOO BOY NASTY, and Jason Chaffetz wants you to know his pooper is sparkling clean! Your morning news brief!
Of course she was innocent, but there is something pretty gross about that language, no?
Fox News throwing it ALLLL against the wall!
Dingbat walks free, certain that he's blessed because the feds screwed up.
Did Donald Trump forget to pay $360,000 to the IRS? OOPSIE!
If you'd like a vision of the Constitutional Paradise espoused by militia loons and rightwing super patriots like Richard Mack, founder of the "Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association" (CSPOA), which insists that county sheriffs are the highest law...
Donald Trump doesn't do 'human rights.' Hell, he barely does 'human.'
Sadly, exile to Mars penal colony not yet an option.
Apparently jealous of the Secret Service and the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Pentagon is investigating a possible sexytime-n-gambling scandal involving Defense Department and military personnel. Just in time for Cocktober, too! Let's see how shocked and horrified we should...
How bad is the GOP tax plan, Carter Page calls Jeff Sessions a liar, and Robert Mercer tries to run from Breitbart. Your morning news brief.
We're happy to say we saw this coming: with Antonin Scalia's vote now completely hypothetical (despite the best hopes of some loonies), the Supreme Court voted in a 4-4 tie on a major case that could have stripped public...
Germany is moving to annul the convictions of 50,000 gay men under a Nazi-era law that remained in force even after WW II. Way to go, Germany.