“Left on ‘full war footing’ to stop Obamacare repeal”


“The liberal activists roused into the streets by President Donald Trump are revving up for one last campaign to save Obamacare.

The sudden resurgence of Republicans’ repeal push appeared to catch Democrats and their base by surprise. But ahead of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plans to vote next week on a new bill to dismantle the health law, the Democratic grass roots is on what one leading activist called “full war footing.” MORE

“And after all that, Daniel Craig will probably play Bond again”



“Adam West, the face of TV’s Batman, died Friday at 88”


West died in Los Angeles and will be remembered as “The Bright Knight,” his family said in a statement

“Watch This Spider Crawl Out Of A Woman’s Ear, And Try Not To Wince”


The eight-legged squatter was filmed calmly crawling out after being exposed with a light.

“Young people are leaving the Republican Party in droves, new study finds”


As young millennials leave in droves, research suggests the future of the GOP may be more precarious than it appear

“Al Franken Explodes And Rips FCC Chairman’s Plan To End Net Neutrality”


After FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a speech that he wants to reverse net neutrality rules and end open and free Internet, Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) went off and vowed to fight the Chairman’s proposal to destroy the Internet.

“Some Of The Biggest Anti-Trump Voices Might Go Silent In A Matter Of Days”


A writer’s strike is creeping closer to reality and nobody’s talking about it.

With stinging criticisms cloaked in humor, late-night hosts Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, Trevor Noah and the whole cast of “Saturday Night Live” have provided American audiences a way to laugh off their political anxiety. But on May 2, we may have to say goodbye to them for now.

“So much for hope: “South Park” abandons serialization, apparently all really is lost”


(Credit: Comedy Central)

(Credit: Comedy Central)


More than 80% of Americans say the country is more deeply divided on major issues this year than in the past several years, and more than half say they are dissatisfied with the way democracy is working in the US, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.

The poll’s findings also suggest a sizable minority agree with both parties on at least some issues, and nearly eight in 10 hope to see the GOP-controlled government incorporate some Democratic policies into its agenda.

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