WASHINGTON— In his daily press briefing on Sunday, Press Secretary Sean Spicer shocked many in attendance by comparing the Syrian regime to 1st century Romans.
In the almost three months since Trump was elected President, I’ve marched in the streets, I’ve called my representatives, and I’ve completely abstained from sex. Now is the time for action, even if that means not getting any action.
On Friday, International Holocaust Remembrance Day, President Trump signed an executive order designed to get people talking about the Holocaust. In a beautiful gesture to the Jewish community, Trump ensured with his new decree that the Holocaust would be a major topic of discussion in households, on the news, and in rapidly mobilizing civil rights groups.
The Quadrangle takes a look back at 2016.
After a video was released last week of the Republican nominee bragging about groping women without their permission, journalists and public figures repeatedly attacked Donald Trump. Verbally.
“That one,” said Johnson on Friday, pointing to Africa, when CNN’s Gloria Borger asked the Libertarian nominee for President to identify the continent on a map.
On Sunday, scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced that they had created a humanoid automaton that has no desire for procreation. If confirmed by the scientific community, this invention would represent a major breakthrough in robotics, a field which has, to this point, only created robots who really want to fuck.
With the recent resurgence of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Movement—an attempt to pressure Israel to end its occupation of Palestinian land—many people caught in the middle feel that their hands have been tied.
On Tuesday supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders sent emails to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) requesting that the deadline for the “Super Tuesday” primaries be moved back at least 24 hours, explaining that they just need a little more time.