Remember when things were fun? I sort of can if I push all my anxieties way down and try to pretend like reality is a dream. So let’s do that now. Because as of yesterday, it has officially been one year since the single greatest two minutes of the entire election: Ben Carson’s big walkout disaster.
Poor Robo-Rubio got fed the wrong algorithm at tonight’s umpteenth GOP debate tonight—one that can only be described as a horrific mix between a socially-progressive hashtag (yay!) and a tweet from an evangelical mom (honey, no).
The winner of tonight’s GOP debate is Hillary Clinton.
21,000, 400, 350, 50, 9, 4, 2, 0. These are all important numbers you need to know for tonight’s GOP debate.
At 8:30 AM outside of Londonderry High School in New Hampshire, a man in a “Marco Roboto” suit entered into a brief but heated argument with a Rubio staffer.
Are you ready to pass out in a puddle of your own tear-vomit cocktail? Good! Because live from Des Moines, it’s the Fox News/Google GOP debate!
During Thursday evening’s Republican debate, Ted Cruz doubled-down on his condemnation of Play-Doh factory explosion Donald Trump’s so-called “New York values.” Babe, just say what you mean: Jewish, black, gay values.
Carly Fiorina will appear on The View on Friday for an interview in which everyone’s faces will crack to reveal lizard flesh beneath.
Can something be both a seven-story dumpster fire and more dull than watching a football field’s worth of paint dry one centimeter at a time? With their GOP debate last night, CNBC answered that one resoundingly in the affirmative. The outraged, performative yelping from both the candidates and conservative news…
Like many, Hillary Clinton live-tweeted tonight’s frightening Republican debate. Among her tweets were responses to the topics discussed, such as gun violence prevention, health care and immigration, but there was one that stood out like a sparkling diamond. It was in the form of the most brilliant, sassy GIF.
You can’t run. You can’t hide. Every day, it gets closer, and one day, it will be here, bringing with it UNSEEN and UNSPEAKABLE horror!
Bag of toxic sludge Donald Trump is not pleased with the rules for the next Republican debate, and so he might boycott it.
Shade Court is in session and I hope everyone is feeling good and woke up this morning with the spirit of justice pulsing through your veins.
For every elected official who carefully educates themselves on the facts and research prior to making an informed decision, there are a dozen more who have no problem shooting their mouths off on talking points they do not understand. As we learned last night in the second Republican presidential primary debate, many…
There is plenty to be disturbed about in the answers provided by the smoldering pieces of Brooks Brothers factory trash that gathered together last night to persuade us, unsuccessfully, that they could hypothetically be trusted with nuclear codes. For example, ladies and gentlemen, here’s what the future of the…
After what felt like the amount of time it would take a three-legged turtle to complete a marathon, the second 2015 Republican debate ended. This was a long day for me and I am ready to leave Simi Valley, hopefully never to return. However, there is one more stop I need to make: the Spin Room.
Dear god, we’re one debate down and I can feel the endorphins draining from my body.
Hello, Kara Brown here, reporting very live from Simi Valley, California—more specifically the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library—even more specifically, the press filing room for the GOP Debate.
Savannah Guthrie had Donald Trump call in to Today this morning, discussing whether his much-maligned comments about Megyn Kelly having “blood coming out of her...wherever” during Thursday’s GOP debate were, in fact, regarding her menstrual cycle.
Just in case you missed them, last night, the Republican candidates for President blazed onstage in Arizona, for another debate, an opportunity for conservatives to make assholes of themselves on national television. Mitt got hypocritical, Newt got condescendingly pedantic, Ron got overlooked, and Santorum got…