There's no holiday tradition more universal than bunk news shared by worried grandmas and angry moralists.
Way to go, internet, you screwed up again.
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.
Grab your binoculars and look around. You'll see and hear the cawing from a wild politician attempting to have its voice heard, mate, or possibly a combination of both.
The Donald isn't done having rude awakenings.
Regardless of who got elected President this year, this election was a flat-out disaster for democracy.
If you want to piss off an anxious person, just tell them to stay positive. Seriously, try it!
Let's face it: These days, the news is less about information and more about turning people into outrage junkies.
Many of you have probably never even noticed the giant nuclear-warhead-proof concrete obelisk that looms over downtown Manhattan -- it's easy to miss.
Remember this date: November 6, 2018.
For the sake of this country, Trump and Obama must have a forbidden tryst over the next two months.