Hillary Clinton recently made a visit to Wales to accept an honorary doctorate from Swansea University, and she didn’t receive the reception she’s used to receiving at home. Not only did a student yell “Bernie would’ve won” at her, but she was also interviewed by a reporter that wouldn’t allow her to dodge questions easily.
Fight for the Future, an organization fighting for net neutrality, placed billboards across the country that put anti-net neutrality politicians on blast, telling constituents to call and ask them why they’re shilling for Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T. It’s a great exercise in accountability, and important in the fight to protect net neutrality.
It’s been a difficult week for televangelists in this country like Joel Olsteen, Pat Robertson, and Jim Bakker because they keep showing how averse they really are to Christ’s message, thus inadvertently revealing their own hypocrisy. In this segment we’ll talk about these fraudulent, self-interested preachers and discuss their true intentions: exploit religion to profit off of their followers.
Joan Walsh and Joy Reid are credited for coining the term, “alt left.” What does it mean? Nothing. It’s simply a smear used to equate the overtly racist “alt right” with anti-racist, pro-equality progressives. Recently, to their dismay, President Trump appropriated their “alt left” term, which prompted another pundit, David Shuster, to call on them to apologize for giving Trump a word to use to perpetuate the false equivalence between two diametrically opposing sides. Instead, they refused to apologize and implied Shuster was racist and sexist for suggesting they should, and he subsequently put them in their place… and it was glorious.
If you’re a millennial, there’s a good chance you’ve looked up to liberal comedians not just for their comedic value, but as a legitimate source of political information. However, once these liberal comedians realized how much their young audiences disliked the Democratic Party establishment, they decided to begin scolding us into submission, and berating us for legitimate concerns we have with establishment figures like Hillary Clinton and President Obama. In this segment, we talk about Trevor Noah, Bill Maher, and Samantha Bee’s smug dismissal of progressives’ concerns.
In a vote of 217-213, House Republicans have officially voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and replace it with a plan that would strip millions of Americans of their health insurance coverage and give tax breaks to the wealthiest Americans. To a normal person, this would be troubling; however, for a misanthropic, fascistic, extremist political party, it’s cause for celebration—and they did just that! Republicans reportedly ordered “cases upon cases” of Bud Light to celebrate their victory. Stay classy, a$$holes.