This is a big day, guys. Tonight, we find out which Americas Got Talent contestants go to the final round.
Also, there is a debate.
He’ll be facing down an angry Jeb Bush and a motivated Carly Fiorina, but Donald Trump is already at least one step ahead of his debate competition. Tuesday night, The Donald earned the coveted Gary Busey endorsement.
The Obama campaign used behavioral data extensively to micro-target potential voters. Just in time for him to pass it on to the next slate of Democrats, Barack Obama has, reportedly, established a “Federal Social and Behavioral Sciences Team” to collect and experiment with behavioral data in order to make government function more efficiently. What could possibly go wrong?
Good news – Hillary Clinton has finally figured out what her campaign was doing wrong. Bad news – it was “using pictures of Hillary Clinton.”
Marco Rubio seems to have a communication problem. He’s going to solve it by hypnotically tossing a football around while loosely explaining his policy positions. Hey, it worked for George Allen, right? Right?
Russian President Vladimir Putin presides over one of the most anti-gay administrations in the world, but if anyone can help Vlad see the error of his ways, and encourage a Russian revolution in LGBT rights, it’s Sir Elton John.
Normally, this would be a spot, for example, to report on a phenomenon that’s impossible to understand. So we’re using it to ask if it’s true that there are still Republicans who think it’s a good idea to run Mitt Romney.
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