This week, once Trump found out less than ten players from the Super Bowl Champion, Philadelphia Eagles, had accept the Race-Baiter-in-Chief’s invite to the White House, he uninvited them. He then, in typical Trump fashion, lied about why and said it was because some of them had knelt during pre-game
The level of contention in American has reached such a level that even Anthony Bourdain has managed to piss me off, and that's saying something since I went out of my way to give him a shout out in my travel memoir. Following the election, I've basically had to stop
Editor's Note: This article was first published by us three years ago. In it, Brian explains how moderate Republicans were supporting and empowering a party that could destroy America and whose base was "bat-shit crazy." With Trump's win in Indiana this week, and no one standing between him and the Republican
I want to start this post by stating, without equivocation, I am and have been a registered Republican in the state of California since I've been able to vote. Now, that statement, these days, sounds like a confession more than a simple statement of fact. And that's the real problem.
After cleaning up on Super Tuesday, it now seems clear that the unimaginable is going to happen: a fascist demagogue will be the nominee of a major US political party. While I am not as troubled by this as many, mostly because I think it’s more likely Trump's nomination will spell the
Donald Trump might not be the presidential frontrunner the GOP establishment wants, but he most certainly is the candidate they deserve. In fact, based on the kind of politics the GOP has been involved in for the last eight years, and in some cases decades, I’d say Trump perfectly embodies
It has been a hell of a few weeks in US politics. The usual stagnate and un-moving nature of things has given way, for the moment, and we have recently seen some massive changes in very quick succession. While I consider myself a bit of a politics junkie, some of