Katie Miranda illustrates the hard life of residing in a “tough neighborhood,” where one is forced to shoot locals and drop bombs–“One time one of them threw a rock at me so I had to off the guy. I’m just defending what’s mine.”
Racism, Islamophobia and sexism were not a problem for Milo Yiannapoulos’s relationship to the mainstream media. But pedophilia was the red line.
Cartoonist Katie Miranda imagines the encounter between Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday– both slinging the B.S., till they get to Jerusalem.
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world,” said Anne Frank, German writer, Holocaust victim.
“I prefer a painful truth over any blissful fantasy,” Chelsea Manning said, and President Obama has commuted her sentence in one of his last acts as president
Katie Miranda looks into the creative process behind the recently leaked intelligence report that alleges Russia has incriminating evidence on Donald Trump.
Katie Miranda introduces us to S.T.F.U., a robot programmed to decipher political doublespeak. Its work is never done.
Donald Trump is too close to Vladimir Putin, say Hillary Clinton supporters. But Hillary has her own special relationship with an overseas strongman.