Post Tagged with: "Donald Trump"

Supporters of Republican U.S. Presidential nominee Donald Trump hold up  signs while attending a campaign rally in Panama City, Florida on October 11, 2016. Credit:   REUTERS/Mike Segar.

Breaking Down Trumpism

It’s safe to say that this election year is none like we have ever seen before: the first female nominee of a major party going head-to-head with a businessman whose very impromptu, anti-establishment, braggadocio behavior enhances his allure. We’ve said, time and time again, that he would fail, that this […]

Trump University to Become Reeducation Camp (Satire)

Trump University to Become Reeducation Camp (Satire)

In an off the record interview, Donald Trump admitted that Trump University will be converted to a full time reeducation camp pending his election. “America will soon be saturated with worthless diplomas and a toupee-touting army furbished with Trumpian absurdity, insults, and tiny hands,” complained a distressed Marco Rubio. Courses […]

by · March 13, 2016 · Features and Opinion
Chris Christie seeks penance after selling soul to Trump (Satire)

Chris Christie seeks penance after selling soul to Trump (Satire)

In a desperate gamble for power and fame, in the aftermath of a failed presidential campaign, Chris Christie partook in a Faustian gamble, agreeing to sell his soul to Donald Trump in exchange for a position in the Trump administration. Christie recounts that Trump told him, “I’m so good at […]

by · February 27, 2016 · Features and Opinion
Who will emerge to become Trump's companion for the next 4+ years?

The Conservative Bachelor: Republicans vie to become Trump’s VP (Satire)

Fox News is planning on converting future debates into a competition to select a vice president for Donald Trump in what is now being called the Conservative Bachelor. “I entered this race single and I plan on leaving it with a Vice President,” Trump recently stated.  But will he find […]

by · January 30, 2016 · Uncategorized
Rand Paul at work: filibustering or wasting our time?

Paltry Politics: The Age of Big Money and Little Action

In a survey conducted in February 2014, only 24% of Americans said that they trust the government in Washington always or most of the time, a shocking statistic but not altogether a recent phenomenon.  While fiascos such as the Teapot Dome Scandal rocked the 1920s and 1972’s Watergate represented one […]