“Defunding” is happening because no one wants to be a cop.
The pandemic has replaced Donald Trump as the 24/7 news cycle's primary source of anxiety and rage.
If 6’s paranoia is even 4/20ths warranted...
The demand for minority voices has never been greater, but there needs to be more people who dare to defy stringent ideological orthodoxy.
A government of the people will, through this victory, give the people what they deserve: reparations.
Judge Denny Chin's chilling comments yesterday show that our justice system is based on retribution and cruelty more than anything else.
Media appearances by Scion Biden promoting “his” new book are obscene.
The plea bargain is our hidden force of authoritarianism.
Y’all a buncha socialists.
How to fix this problem? By going back to work. All of us.
I’m just wild about Twitter, and Twitter’s wild about me.
Nike sues for blood money, coronavirus merch, and the memetic necessity of bringing Trump back to Twitter.
There are competing excuses for the control grid.
The fire the next couple of times.
Waiting for Kiev’s impending crime
Reflecting on “the Resistance,” and other delusions of the Trump years.
Both political parties are contributing to the constant, exhausting whining.
Those stupid populists warned you.
The pandemic suspended the expression of the will of the people through those elected to govern their institutions.
Correlation is not causation.
That's why we need new generations of weaponry that can destroy abstract objects.
Thank you for letting us know (from the April 27, 1989 episode of The Dick Cavett Show.)
From an early episode of Hannity & Colmes in the late-1990s.
From an episode of The Dick Cavett Show, originally broadcast on December 18, 1970.
45-minute documentary featuring interviews with several of those who were present in Hitler's bunker and medical staff who were involved with the autopsy.
Buffett discusses his 2011 New York Times op-ed "Stop Coddling the Super-Rich," which has probably aged well.
Multi-part series produced in 1995, with special guest Alan Dershowitz (unrecognizable in voice and visage).
45 minutes with one of America's most famous conservative women.
Buckley is joined by Clare Boothe Luce, playwright and author of The Women, in this March 31, 1975 episode.
Buckley and guests Fred Halstead and Paul Boutelle go at it on this July 10, 1968 episode.