American Hypocrisy: Michelle Wolf vs. Kelly Sadler

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After Michelle Wolf served as the entertainment for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, the media and the GOP went on a rampage against her. We haven’t seen the same type of vitriol hurled toward Kelly Sadler, who thought it was funny to say John McCain’s feelings toward a C.I.A director nominee didn’t matter because he was “dying anyway.”

This, ladies and gentlemen, can be one of our greatest examples of hypocrisy and double standards.

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Sean Hannity is Michael Cohen’s Secret Client

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I repeat. Sean Hannity is Michael Cohen’s secret client.

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The First Amendment Has No Age Limit

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The old adage “children should be seen and not heard” has been around since the dawn of civilization. For some reason, children don’t know any better and have no business inserting themselves in “grownup talk.”

I call B.S.

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There’s Definitely No Chaos in the White House

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Chaos? What chaos? There’s definitely no chaos in the White House. None. Not even a little.

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White House Communications Director Hope Hicks to Resign

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Less than 24 hours after testifying before Congress for a grueling nine hours, White House Communications Director Hope Hicks told President Trump she was resigning from her post.

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House Republicans Expected to Release Controversial Memo

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The Washington Post is reporting President Trump is expected to approve the release of the infamous “Nunes memo,” though redacted, and will kick it back to the House of Representatives. From there, the GOP-led House Intelligence Committee will likely release it to the public.

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I didn’t want to jump into this blog—one that has been a dream of mine for a while—without some sort of explanatory note.  My goal is to provide objective commentary and analysis about the goings on in Washington and around the country in local and state politics.  After all, all politics is local.

No matter what side of the aisle you’re on, you have to admit this is a wild time in America’s history, and textbooks will devote entire chapters to the 2016 presidential election.

Let’s do this.