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Mar 152017
 
 By , March 15, 2017
Trump: The Picasso of Hogwash

No matter which polite term you prefer, America in the middle of a lying renaissance. Thanks, Trump. The English language has a healthy share of euphemisms for lying. Fabrication. Falsification. Making stuff up. Inoperative statements. Alternative facts. Big fat fibs. Untruths. Puffery. Flummery. Fast food [more…]

Dec 042016
 
 By , December 4, 2016
Top Ten Comedic News Stories of 2016

Best comedic news stories of the year unveiled! It’s the first week of December and all over the nation children dance while grandparents twitch with anticipation. Which, admittedly, isn’t that out of the ordinary. During this festive season rife with traditions, none is more hallowed [more…]

Oct 262016
 
 By , October 26, 2016
Donald, Leave Comedy to the Professionals

Donald’s disastrous attempt at comedy should never be allowed again. Comedy is a delicate business and should be left to the trained professionals. So the next time Donald Trump announces his intention to be purposefully amusing in a public setting, we need to respond properly, [more…]

Jul 282016
 
 By , July 28, 2016
The Donald's Trumpapalooza

The Republican convention was all Trump all the time The Republicans wrapped their four-day, multi-network infomercial with a speech from nominee Donald John Trump that ripped the wallpaper off Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena. Life in America today is dark, dangerous, dismal, dystopian, full of doom [more…]

Mar 082016
 
 By , March 8, 2016
Kind of Okay Tuesday

What’s so “super” about Super Tuesday? It’s become painfully obvious that the term “Super Tuesday” was coined for the quantity of elections contested, not the quality of participants involved. Otherwise, we’d be forced to change the name to Kind of Okay Tuesday. Or Is It [more…]

Mar 022016
 
 By , March 2, 2016
Insight on Cartoonists: Michael Capozzola

An interview with Michael Capozzola The old line, “They laughed when I sat down to play the piano,” doesn’t quite fit the work of Michael Capozzola, who wants people to laugh, not when he’s seated, but when he does his work as a stand up [more…]

Feb 032016
 
 By , February 3, 2016
Thin Wins in Iowa

Iowa’s caucuses: the Special Olympics of politics The great state of Iowa has a history of cultivating its topsoil for a harvest of winners the rest of the country may enjoy. Glenn Miller. Buffalo Bill Cody. George Reeves. Herbert Hoover. James Tiberius Kirk. As a [more…]