South Carolina Congressman Ralph Norman, a dude who once pulled out a loaded gun during a debate on gun safety and afterwards exclaimed, “I’m not going to be Gabby Giffords,” is a true dipshit. On Thursday, he continued his fuckery when he attempted to work over a crowd with this joke:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg attempted to quell the nation’s collective anxiety on Sunday when she announced that she has “at least five more years” on the Supreme Court.
By now I should be used to the sad, sour feeling left by films about triumphant, powerful women that were conceived when Hillary Clinton’s ascension to the presidency was all but inevitable (see Battle of the Sexes, The Post, and Confirmation), but the first trailer for the Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic On the Basis of…
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is pulling in audiences. The documentary RBG, which covers the life of our beloved Supreme Court Justice, has been quietly raking in the dough at the box office.
Yesterday, the much-anticipated Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary RGB was released, a needed jet to flush the remainder of the internet trash floating around in the toilet bowl of my end-of-blogday skull. I’m basically rehashing a Billy Eichner tweet right now.
On Wednesday’s episode of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, we got a peek into the renowned workout routine of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and it honestly looks pretty hard.
Here’s a glimpse at RBG, the upcoming documentary about the beloved Supreme Court Justice, ranging from her legal battles to her modern-day status as a meme.
Gloria Allred’s frequent use of her outside voice—in old footage, speeches, and at press conferences spanning decades—becomes a running theme in Seeing Allred, a documentary available on Netflix this Friday. Directed by Roberta Grossman and Sophia Sartain, the film charts Allred’s career as a civil rights attorney and…
Tonight, President Donald Trump will stand in front of many people and TV cameras to bare his teeth and say some words about the state of our union. If I’m being polite, it will be interesting; if I’m being rude, it’s going to be a fucking disaster. Perhaps recognizing these truths, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is sitting this…
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has weighed in on the #MeToo movement, saying “it’s about time,” while sharing her own experiences of sexual harassment and discrimination.
The president, a hollow sac of human flesh equipped with an idiot word generator, strung together a lot of stupid phrases this news cycle, including tweeting, unprompted, that he is not stupid, but we can ride that out (nuclear button tweets and irreversible global warming notwithstanding). Someday the Trump wallpaper…
Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s day job certainly keeps her busy, but that doesn’t mean that she won’t occasionally moonlight as an advice columnist for the New York Times.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has issued an apology for her recent remarks about malformed traffic cone Donald Trump. Last week, everyone’s favorite Supreme Court Justice broke the court’s long-standing custom of refraining from clear political speech to indicate her displeasure at the possibility of a Trump administration.
Listen, I have held my tongue when that decaying, hollowed-out tree trunk that is now housing a family of malnourished, furious possums Donald Trump has dragged other respectable Americans through the mud (actually, no I haven’t really), but he has gone too far. Too fucking far.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg does not fancy a Donald Trump presidency. In fact, in characteristic outspokenness, she recently remarked that she could not fathom what the United States would become were he elected.
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor retired a decade ago.
My Own Words drops January 2017—just in time to buy a copy for every woman graduating from law school anywhere in America.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard Whole Woman’s Health vs. Hellerstedt, a challenge to Texas’s HB2, a wide-ranging bill whose purpose is largely to regulate abortion providers into non-existence. From requiring clinics to abide by the same building codes as a surgical center, to requiring physicians to have admitting…
Noted conspiracy theorist, Illuminati-believer, racist and “lovable” anti-Semite Alex Jones has made yet another grab for the spotlight. After reports of the passing of conservative U.S. Supreme Justice Antonin Scalia on February 13, the founder of the site InfoWars.com said he believes that Scalia was murdered in a…
Today in About Damn Time: the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery uncloaked a portrait featuring the women of the United States Supreme Court, past and present. As of November 2, 2015, the painting hangs in the Washington, D.C. gallery.