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Jill Stein May Face Charges for Graffiti While Protesting an Oil Pipeline
The Green Party candidate wrote “I approve this message” in red spray paint.
the body politic
Donald Trump and the Long History of White Men Claiming Fraud
He is not the first candidate to cry illegitimacy.
the body politic
Why Do Democrats Feel So Much Anxiety?
A flailing Trump does not assuage liberal panic in the slightest.
Gary Johnson Takes His #NeverTrump Pitch to Times Square
People see the light, sooner or later. I have faith in the American public.”
A Trump Presidency Just Got a Lot Less Likely — and a Lot More Terrifying
Donald’s very good if very bad month.
from the archives
Has Covered Hillary Clinton Over 24 Years
As spouse, senator, loser, winner.
George Pataki Briefly Publishes
The hosting company apparently made a mistake and has prematurely made it searchable.”
The Not-So-Hidden ‘Talents’ of the Republican Candidates
Singing and playing and shooting, oh my!
Michele Bachmann’s Problem With Gay People Could Soon Become a Problem for Her
Especially when she starts using words like ‘garbage,’ ‘evil,’ and ‘enslavement’ to describe the lifestyle.
Newt Gingrich’s Former Staff Was Pretty Worried About That Tiffany Charge Account
The Gingriches were just so …
. It was disgusting.
Guy Complaining About Not Getting Hired in Anti-Obama Romney Video Had a Job Already
That’s … compelling?
Mitt Romney Will Save the Republican Party ... Next Week
He’s really running for president, guys!
Potential Presidential Candidate Mitch Daniels Receives Sixteen Stitches After Head Wound
He walked into a door. No, really.
Rick Santorum: John McCain ‘Doesn’t Understand How Enhanced Interrogation Works’
You’d have to be
to understand it really, see?
Newt Gingrich’s Wife Dropped Between a Quarter and a Half Million Dollars at Tiffany & Co.
That was at least one tenth of their worth.