It’s safe to say that the concept of Trump fatigue has set in across the globe. We’re all tired of calling him out, but I don’t think we should quit – we need a break.
Despite the lack of a home run in the Mueller Report and the seeming absolution of the President, his impeachment should be our primary focus.
With yet more time tacked onto Paul Manafort’s sentence, it’s best we look at who he represented in the past – to gauge a measure of the man.
I started writing this back in August. I’ve long believed that Trump has been part of a Russian ploy, even if he knows it, or not. Tinfoil hats at the ready!
Bitterly, today in Trump’s America seems like a normal one. After yet more hollow Presidential empathy, we’re left to count the cost, and wonder who we’ve become.
Over on the internet, there’s a theory going around that square dancing secretly possesses an extremely racist past. So, I decided to grab my partner and do-si-do around the malarkey.
In the past, as I’ve been prone to overindulging on photo-apps. But I’ve reformed my ways. Really. A bit. Sort of. Can you just stand in the light a bit better, please?
An FBI agent fired for having anti-Trump views is a standard day in modern America. It’s not that the path is unclear, I’m no longer sure where it winds.
I have a morning ritual. Get up, look out the window. My cat has the same routine. For reasons unknown to either of us, I started documenting it.
The Trump tweet is an American institution. However, while all the tweets are made equal, there’s a certain science behind it.
In the wake of America’s school shootings, one endeavouring group of students marched on the capital in protest. But not in favour of what you’d think.
Wall Street’s Fearless Girl statue is generating Internet talk, with one particular artist calling for its removal. I agreed with his comments and was excoriated. Why?