For the election that never ended, what better way to calm our nerves than with a nice, strong cocktail? What’s the harm? We’re already experiencing a year-long hangover, anyway. And, really, has there been a single day since Trump and … Continue reading
June 9th was Bill Maher’s first time back in front of his “Real Time” audience following his use of the n-word the previous week on the show. He used his airtime time wisely. Not only did he sincerely apologize, more importantly, he … Continue reading
REAL WOMEN WEAR PANTSUITS! An original who is still remembered on her 115th birthday, Marlene Dietrich — the honorary Grand Dame of Pantsuit Nation — was born in Berlin, Germany on December 29, 1901. In 1930, Dietrich wore a … Continue reading
So, for anyone who’s still in doubt, Hillary was championing women and children when you didn’t think it was a cause, when you weren’t paying attention, when it wasn’t “viral” on social media, or the cause du jour. Remember, integrity is what you do when no one is watching.
by Jon Queally, staff writer Published on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 by Common Dreams Though Bernie Sanders had an admittedly disappointing night on Tuesday, losing four of five primary contests to rival Hillary Clinton, he still took to the stage in Phoenix, Arizona … Continue reading
You gotta get, that, dirt off your shoulders In case you didn’t get a chance to catch the 11-hour marathon of Republican inquisitors grilling Hillary Clinton on Benghazi, one simple GIF sums it up in a nutshell. The now-iconic “brush … Continue reading
The day after America re-elected President Barack Obama, political commentator & television host Rachel Maddow perfectly summed up the meaning of it all, what was at stake, and what was saved, and why it was so important for the country … Continue reading
In 1969, Hillary Clinton made history as the first student ever to give a commencement address at Wellesley College in its then- 94-year existence. When Hillary gave her commencement speech — always questioning and challenging the status quo — she received a standing ovation after shocking the … Continue reading