Marine One is taking off now – up into the clear blue winter sky, off to Mar a Lago via Andrews and whatever new grifts this crime family has in store.
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Naoshi created an “I Voted” sticker that features three animals blasting off into the future on a “pencil rocket.”
If you’re struggling with how to dive into the topic with your children, let books be your guide.
Donald Trump’s debate performance has earned the parody treatment from legendary mockery expert Weird Al Yankovic.
The coronavirus imposed new lifestyles and fashion. Voters will be required to wear a face mask before they can enter polling places.
Students are getting really creative ahead of National Voter Registration Day. These innovative strategies aim to get more peers registered to vote.
Belarus has witnessed pro-democracy protests directed at its dictator, Alexander Lukashenko. Theater director Pavel Latushko was dismissed in repression.
Secular by law, Sharia courts are still allowed to operate in Nigeria. One such court sentenced 22-year-old singer Aminu Sharif to death for blasphemy
I suspect a Democratic or Republican leader may tell us that “Uncle Sam Needs Your Help Again” before I leave this planet. And, chances are, many Americans will support that war.
While ordinary Americans are grappling with the coronavirus, Trump’s bone spur is what is preoccupying the government. Well, for now this is only satire.