Yes, This Really Happened: Trump Asks The Terminally Ill To Vote For Him

Yes, This Really Happened: Trump Asks The Terminally Ill To Vote For Him

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit Talk about grasping at straws … It’s come to this, folks:  Speaking at a rally in Nevada on October 5, Donald Trump urged the terminally ill to vote for him. As he was finishing up an attempt to get all of his supporters to vote — no matter […]

The Architect That #Trump Stiffed 10 Years Ago? He Got A Letter From Donald …

The Architect That #Trump Stiffed 10 Years Ago? He Got A Letter From Donald …

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit This isn’t being a smart business person — it’s being a bully. During the first debate, wherein Hillary Clinton called Donald out on not paying contractors — specifically, an architect who was sitting in the audience — he responded with “Maybe he didn’t do a good job.” Andrew […]

5 Ways The Modern Republican Party Is Absolutely Not The Party Of Lincoln

5 Ways The Modern Republican Party Is Absolutely Not The Party Of Lincoln

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit Composite picture, Lincoln and Douglass, around 1860. Image public domain.  Conservatives often trot out the “We’re the party of Lincoln! How COULD we be racist?!” line these days, usually as a stopgap when their candidates are caught in a racist statement or speech. Where did this idea come from? […]

The Man In The Red Bandana: What A Legendary 9/11 Hero Looks Like

The Man In The Red Bandana: What A Legendary 9/11 Hero Looks Like

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit A new book has just come out about the life, family, and heroism of this man, Welles Crowther, who saved dozens of lives when 9/11/01 happened. And a new documentary about this man’s life has also been released, narrated by Gwyneth Paltrow. His Dad gave him the red […]

6 Things We Need To Fix Now, To Truly Honor Labor Day

6 Things We Need To Fix Now, To Truly Honor Labor Day

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit Image: Labor Day, circa 1900, Buffalo NY via Wikimedia Commons license Labor Day began during a time when people in the United States were working 12-hour days, seven days a week to survive. (Sound familiar?) Children were working, too – some as young as 5 and 6 years old […]