Someday-Champion Finally Answers Questions from the Press, Haughtily

Reporters had been reporting that Hillary Clinton wasn’t responding to questions from reporters, even though reporters have tailed her in earnest to report many a reportalicious report about her since she announced her presidential candidacy around a month ago. Ed … Continue reading

A Victorious #FightFor15 Will Result in Workers Losing Their Jobs? Never Mind.

“Eviction.” A young woman sleeps uncovered on a mattress. A keyboard…what looks to be a box for an internet router…a wired mouse…a belt…assorted clothes…a cellular phone…a paper notebook…a black rectangular object that may or may not be a case for … Continue reading

Good Thing They Didn’t Elect The Vietnamese Republican

There have to be a few people slapping their foreheads over this one. Just days after Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) declared her candidacy to run against California Attorney General Kamala Harris in the primary election for US Senator, Sanchez dropped … Continue reading

“It’s My Right to Have You Take Care of My Responsibilities!”

MoveOn.org and SJW Robert Reich have banded together to declare a new “right” for us all – universal child care. President Obama also touched on this topic during his 2015 State of the Union address. Basically, they say if you … Continue reading

Not So Fun Being Called Sexist, Is It, Mister President? (Updated)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAvia the Daily CallerHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA… White House press secretary Josh Earnest called on Ohio Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown to apologize after the latter accused President Barack Obama of sexism in the way he criticized Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren… “So, what is … Continue reading

Learning to Walk in the Shoes of Law Enforcement

Today’s decision by Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne to not file charges against Madison, WI, police officer Matthew Kenny in the March 6th shooting death of Tony Robinson will undoubtedly bring about more protests like we’ve seen recently in … Continue reading

Grow Up, Amazon

What the crap. Amazon.com, the nation’s largest online retailer, has removed the Gender category from its website’s Toys & Games department along the sidebar search options. Before, consumers used to be able to narrow their searches to “Boys” or “Girls” … Continue reading