A Giant Waste of Time

“Did we really need to shut down the federal government for five hours?” If every single member of Congress isn’t asking themselves that question this morning, then they should re-evaluate what they’re doing with their political careers. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky decided he would hold up all votes on a deal to keep the […]

The Swamp is Swampier Than Ever

Whether you liked him or not, or voted for him or not, Donald Trump won the election in 2016, in part, with a promise to shake up the way Washington, DC works. But, one year to the day of his inauguration, the federal government was shut down in the most Washington way possible: nine members […]

The Politics of a (Potential) Shutdown

Let me let you in on a little secret.  Among the bluster and drama of the looming potential shutdown, nearly none of it has to do with legitimate arguments about spending and policy. Most of the fights and talking points have everything to do with the election in a little more than nine months. Republicans […]

I Don’t Give a S#!thole

Everybody chill. Seriously. Are you surprised Donald Trump used incendiary language about immigrants in an Oval Office meeting? Are you surprised he’s hard-lining the issue that set him apart in the presidential primary? Are you surprised he’s turned the Oval Office into an MMA Octagon? (Alright, maybe that’s a bit much, but you get the […]