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The Election

© Michael Ramirez I’m not really sure what the cartoonist meant by this one, but for some reason I can’t stop laughing. What does this cartoon mean to you?

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Irony from West Virginia

Exit polls in West Virginia show that many Bernie Sanders voters in this week’s primary plan to vote for Donald Trump in the general election. But the ironic part is that 39% of people who voted for Sanders in the Democratic primary would vote for Trump over Sanders, if Sanders is the Democratic nominee. How […]

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Bad Hair Day

© Steve Breen What will the Republican party look like, after it is restyled by Donald Trump?

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With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies?

The Hillary Clinton campaign wasted no time after Donald Trump became the presumptive nominee of the Republican party. She released an online campaign ad that is made up of video of other Republicans sharing their opinions of Trump. Republican politicians are in a tight spot, especially ones who are up for reelection this year. Nearly […]

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Conan Remembers the 2016 Republican Candidates

You may not really want to remember the GOP primary race, but this video is short, vulgar, and pretty funny. Looking back at the people that the Republicans threw at the electorate, it maybe shouldn’t have been surprising that Trump floated to the surface. After all, hot air rises.

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Betrayal of Trust

Dennis Hastert was the longest serving Republican Speaker of the House ever. He was second in line, after the Vice President, to assume the presidency in an emergency. But before he became a politician, he was a high school wrestling coach. And during that time, he sexually abused at least four of his students, all […]

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What is a Conservative?

Most people think of the Republican party as being made up of evangelicals and fiscal conservatives, held together by AM radio and Fox News. Never mind that when Republicans were in power they spent money like drunken sailors while not accomplishing much in their social agenda (and even going backwards on gay rights). But at […]

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Two Evils that are Equally Bad

© Jen Sorensen For the life of me, I keep changing my mind about who would be worse, Donald Trump or Ted Cruz. Most of the time, I think Cruz is worse, because he really believes the stupidity he spouts, and he knows he is right because, um, god talks to him. Then Trump does […]

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Benghazi Won’t Die!

Last Thursday marked the 700th day since the Select Committee on Benghazi was authorized. To put “700 days” into perspective, the 9/11 commission only took 604 days to investigate the worst terrorist attack in our country’s history, including writing a report that was endorsed by all members of the commission (of both parties). The Select […]

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You’ve Made Your Bed…

Obama explains why he said that Trump and Cruz have done us a favor: I said when I was in L.A. yesterday, and initially people were surprised — I said that I actually think that Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have done us a favor. People said, well, how so? This notion that Donald Trump […]

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Political Poetry?

© Dan Wasserman Politico has a fascinating story about the last time the Republicans had an open convention, complete with the triumph of the establishment Gerald Ford against the upstart Ronald Reagan. Republican Party tearing at the seams amid an open convention. Candidates desperately wrangling and wooing delegates. Backroom battles over changes to the rules […]

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The Three Ts

© Jack Ohman The only thing all three seem to have in common is that they are all about the rich. The “Tee” party is the Republican establishment, epitomized by Mitt Romney – the people that Trump and Cruz are supposedly rebelling against. The “Tea” party was taken over by the rich. Cruz pretends to […]

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The Soul of a Dying Party

© Ruben Bolling I think most of us are glued to this election the same way we are glued to horror movies. Will there be a happy ending?

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Can the Electoral College Trump Trump?

Could this election get any weirder? You bet it could! What makes this totally ironic is that it is completely constitutional, while being downright bizarre. Even if (more likely when) Donald Trump becomes the GOP nominee for president, and even if (god forbid) he can win a clear majority of the popular vote, there is […]

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Thanks Obama!

You knew it was going to happen. Marco Rubio has explicitly blamed Obama for the hatred and violence coming out of the Republican party. That seems to be a huge stretch, even for a party that wants to blame the foreign, Muslim, socialist, fascist black person for everything. UPDATE: And now Rubio has suspended his […]

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