Doug Jones’ Son Carson Is All Of Us, Withering Side-Eye Destroys Pence

Featured, Politics  

A photo of Doug Jones getting sworn in by Mike Pence has gone viral for one reason and one alone: Jones’ handsome gay son, Carson, giving the VP major side-eye. Carson can be seen in the picture giving Pence some serious shade, which has naturally attracted the attention of the entire Internet. Of course, the…

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Pence Neighbors Troll Him With ‘Make America Gay Again’ Sign


If you’re weary and feeling sad, just know that there’s an unsung hero in Aspen who’ll be your bridge over the troubled Trump administration. According to the Aspen Times, Mike Pence and his wife, Karen “Mother” Sue, recently came across a “Make America Gay Again” sign in the driveway of their Aspen vacation home, courtesy…

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Trump Admin Bans 7 Terms At CDC Including ‘Transgender,’ ‘Diversity’

Featured, Politics  

Something evil—Vladimir Putin?—has let a bee into Trump’s orange bonnet. In part, it also smells like the evangelical ideology of Mike Pence woven past Trump’s hair plugs into his brain, because the White House has given the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) a list of seven words that are forbidden to be used…

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‘In & Out’ 20 Years Later, For Better Or Worse

Entertainment, Featured  

The PG-13 romp In & Out was released 20 years ago. Directed by Muppets alum Frank Oz, any discussion of the film always includes the incident of its inspiration, Tom Hanks’s acceptance speech after winning an Oscar in the category of best actor for Philadelphia. Hanks credited his high school drama teacher Rawley Farnsworth and…

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Insane In The Membrane: Representative Introduces Bill Requiring Trump To Undergo Evaluation


It’s been rumored that Alexander Haig, President Richard Nixon’s Chief of Staff from 1973 to 1974, closely guarded the nuclear weapons launch codes while Tricky Dick was drinking heavily and talking to portraits through the White House halls. More officially, Haig is credited with persuading Nixon, then embroiled in the Watergate scandal, to finally resign…

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