Can you believe it’s already Thursday?
Hillary Clinton may be looking to show more “heart” on her campaign in order to connect better with “everyday Americans,” but her campaign won’t be mentioning “everyday Americans” anytime soon. Because the staff thought it sounded too much like Wal-Mart’s plebian slogan, the campaign is dropping “everyday Americans” from all of their literature.
The man who practically invented viral anti-virus software, John McAfee, announced yesterday that he’s running for President on the “Cyber Party” ticket, which he made up. McAfee is most famous for creating McAfee Anti-Virus, which is probably still on your PC despite being deleted sometime in the mid-1990s, and a short stint he spent as a fugitive from the law after being accused for murder.
Caitlyn Jenner is on a media blitz promoting the finale of her reality television series, I Am Cait. She’s also finding out the hard way that, just because you might have transitioned away from actually being a conservative man, it doesn’t mean you get a pass for thinking like one. A conservative, that is. Not that man part.
On Stephen Colbert’s inaugural espiode of The Late Show, Jeb Bush defended his logo as connoting “excitement,” as opposed to “memories of that off-brand dishwasher detergent from the dollar store that literally burned a hole in the bottom of your sink.” JEB!
In case you were under the impression that the Republican Party was serious about mounting significant opposition to the Iran Deal, yesterday they held a rally on the Washington Mall featuring Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, and that guy from Duck Dynasty.
A rare pink dolphin has been spotted off the coast of Louisiana. “Pinky,” as she’s colloquially known, is a rare albino bottlenose dolphin who has been living in the Gulf, according to local fishermen, since around 2007. She may not be rare for long, though — word has it, Pinky’s expecting, and albinism in dolphins is hereditary.
This man makes being a weatherman in Wales look easy.
“As recently as Saturday Hillary Clinton was excusing her behavior but on Tuesday she finally said she is sorry…
I see no contradiction: she is a “sorry excuse” for a candidate…“
So close to the weekend, Spectators! Happy Thursday.
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That’s right, the Grinch (Joe Biden) is coming for your pocketbooks this Christmas season with record inflation. Just to recap, here is a list of items that have gone up during his reign.
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