The fight to save the nation and the planet doesn’t stop on Election Day
The year is 1993: Bill Clinton is president, his family has a cat named Socks—and for some weird reason, a company called Kaneko intends to publish a Super Nintendo game about the aforementioned feline saving the world from nuclear devastation.
‘This was before the first 10,000-person rally, this was before the first 5,000-person rally, this was before the first rally.’
Last time the surveillance agencies were actually confronted on their assertion that mass surveillance had helped, the agencies’ claims shriveled under scrutiny like an ice-cream in the sun
Some Government Agencies Are So Bad at Handling Public Records Requests, They Deserve an Award
Watching Clinton answer questions about Black Lives Matter and Muslim Americans
Enduring patchouli and the Secret Service for Sanders
What doesn’t make sense is why SEIU pulled out 500 people onto a chilly windswept hill in suburban New Hampshire to protest for a laudable reform that their chosen presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, absolutely does not support.
Election-watching guests from The Hague give U.S. a vote of confidence over Russia, China
Trevor Noah does a debate about debates in New Hampshire