Keeping up with the news is like going to the mall on December 20. It's frantic, you can never find what you're looking for, and there's always someone screaming.
I'm going to reach back in time to have a bitter but productive debate with the 1999 'Fight Club really speaks to me!' Republican version of myself.
While it might feel as if 2016's suckiness has doomed us all, keep in mind that we've been here many, many times before.
Being captured by terrorists isn't exactly a walk in the park. But they do have Xbox.
If you dig into Trump's tweets, as I've had the misfortune of doing, you'll notice a trend.
We talked to Muhammad about living in a sneak preview of a horrifying Skynet future. Here's what we learned.
Is the Electoral College a useful check built in for good reasons, or is it an antiquated and insane system that is a stain on our national honor, like the Nielsen ratings system?
The weekly news cycle is like a fast food restaurant ball pit -- colorful, exciting, and surprisingly full of crap.
There's no holiday tradition more universal than bunk news shared by worried grandmas and angry moralists.
As crazy as 2016 was, a lot of great things did happen.
Way to go, internet, you screwed up again.
Scientists say a lot of scary, crazy stuff, man.
The media seems to exist in some kind of bizarro universe where nothing is canon.
The standards for free speech people use on the internet are finally catching up to all other forms of human interaction.