Cody Derespina, Saturday was a day for women. Just not a woman named Kellyanne Conway. While many media outlets cast the Women’s March on Washington in a positive light – it was described as “inspiring” by Marie Claire, The Huffington Post and others – they were unsparing toward Trump’s new White House counselor. “Saturday Night
Matt Vespa, He Would Be The Nation’s First Homeschool Shooter! Saturday Night Live writer Katie Rich was caught going after Barron Trump, the ten-year-old son of President Donald J. Trump, tweeting that he could become the nation’s first homeschool shooter. Not really a funny joke. She deleted the tweet and protected her account on Twitter.
Trump supporter Stephen Baldwin told the New York Post big brother Alec’s “SNL” impression of Donald Trump “is funny, but the timing of it is no longer funny,” and added now isn’t the time to mock the new president. Stephen’s been a vocal supporter of Trump and told the newspaper that people “quietly voted” for Trump because they believe in him,
Mark Davis, The aftermath of the election fills me with a peace and gratitude I cannot quantify. Several times each day, I pause as a small voice reminds me: “We have saved America. Our nation will be safer and more prosperous because of the will of the voters. Our Constitution will be spared the savagery
William Whalen, Monday’s presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump coincided with the anniversary of the famous Nixon-Kennedy debate – the first major-party debate to be shown nationwide on television. Here’s what’s striking about what transpired 56 years ago in Chicago: the stage design was low-frills; JFK looked tan and rested; a pallid Richard
Dana Carvey returned to Saturday Night Live as his iconic Church Lady character this weekend to blast Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his former competitor Ted Cruz. “We’ve landed on the exciting, presidential matchup between a godless, liberal Democrat and Hillary Clinton,” the always judgmental Church Lady joked about Trump before welcoming Satan as
John Ransom I never wonder to see men wicked, but I often wonder to see them not ashamed. – Jonathan Swift Even Illinoisans are ashamed. The wickedness has become so obvious, so entrenched and so brazen, that the state that used to take pride in their corruption, because it “worked,” now understands the Faustian bargain
By Frank Rich The junior senator from Kentucky would be an appalling right-wing president, and yet he is a valuable politician: a man of conviction, and a visitation from a post-Obama political future. In the Labor Day weekend scramble set off by President Obama’s zero-hour about-face on Syria, the only visible politician in Washington who