Marco Rubio

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Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more interesting, this week’s episode of the hit soap 2016: Election of Doom brought the big stuff. There was violence, amnesia, sweating, and even more violence. The ...
In a world…

Donald Trump and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week

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Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more interesting, this week’s episode of the hit soap 2016: Election of Doom brought the big stuff. There was violence, amnesia, sweating, and even more violence. The intrigue! The violence! Was this the best episode yet? So let’s recap: Evil Scrooge-character-with-less-money Donald Trum
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Have you heard the Democratic Party has recently been overrun by Superdelegates, hell-bent on making sure ‘Murica doesn’t feel the Bern? Before you Tweet your outrage or appear on Fox News to show how steamed you are at ...
Plus Everyone Hates Them!

Superdelegates! Like Superheroes But Way Less Exciting

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Have you heard the Democratic Party has recently been overrun by Superdelegates, hell-bent on making sure ‘Murica doesn’t feel the Bern? Before you Tweet your outrage or appear on Fox News to show how steamed you are at Debbie Wasserman Schultz, take a moment and hit the pause button. Despite what you may assume given [&hellip
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It feels like we’ve been wrapped up in the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign season for the bulk of our adult lives and yet much of how all this shit goes down is still a mystery. Like what the hell is a caucus? Why is Iowa ...
Isn't the Election Over Yet?

What in the Hell is a Caucus Anyway?

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It feels like we’ve been wrapped up in the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign season for the bulk of our adult lives and yet much of how all this shit goes down is still a mystery. Like what the hell is a caucus? Why is Iowa so freaking important? Who in the hell actually likes Donald [&hellip
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When there's a problem, particularly a big one, we love blaming other people. There are few things more satisfying then identifying someone to blame and then blaming the bejeezus out of that person. It’s not the most ...
And Not Just For Actually Watching These Debates

What Can We Do When We Are The Dumbasses?

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When there’s a problem, particularly a big one, we love blaming other people. There are few things more satisfying then identifying someone to blame and then blaming the bejeezus out of that person. It’s not the most useful of actions; it doesn’t really fix whatever is wrong but crap on a spatula, does it feel [&hellip
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As the field of Democratic Presidential candidates steadily dwindles, the GOP field is the game of “99 bottles of beer” on the wall that won’t end -- if by “bottles of beer” we meant ass-achingly annoying ...
Could This One At Least Feature and Obstacle Course?

Two Steps Forward, Two Steps Back: Latest Debate Drinking Game

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As the field of Democratic Presidential candidates steadily dwindles, the GOP field is the game of “99 bottles of beer” on the wall that won’t end — if by “bottles of beer” we meant ass-achingly annoying candidates and by game we meant endless electoral cycle. And so we try to whip up some alcohol-based enthusiasm [&hellip
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Come for the Jackassery nominations and libations, and stay for the eventual proof that everything doesn't suck in the world! In the 14th episode of the This Week In Jackassery podcast, my co-host Adrienne Boettinger (aka ...
Get Ready to Drink

This Week In Jackassery, ep. 14

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Come for the Jackassery nominations and libations, and stay for the eventual proof that everything doesn’t suck in the world! In the 14th episode of the This Week In Jackassery podcast, my co-host Adrienne Boettinger (aka The Queen of Everything) and I cover a broad range of topics, including: – Where presidential candidates s
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When we recently heard pundits describing Senator Ted Cruz’s recent announcement as the start of the 2016 Presidential election campaign season, we threw up a little bit in our own mouths. Not because of Senator Cruz ...
Texas Rejoices at Chance to Rid Self of Cruz and Perry

Presidential Wannabes Part V: Is It Too Late To Return to the Monarchy?

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When we recently heard pundits describing Senator Ted Cruz’s recent announcement as the start of the 2016 Presidential election campaign season, we threw up a little bit in our own mouths. Not because of Senator Cruz (well, not entirely because of him) but because it feels like the 2016 election campaign season has been underway [&helli

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