While the Nation Mourned 9/11, Ted Cruz Was Watching Porn on Twitter
The man once rumored to be the Zodiac Killer hits a new low.
The man once rumored to be the Zodiac Killer hits a new low.
This is insane.
Welcome back, Ted. We missed loathing you.
Ben Cohen discusses his attempts to show Republicans compassion and failing miserably every time. "American conservatives may claim to want the best for their country, but their openly hostile attitude towards women, LGBT people, minorities and liberals makes it incredibly difficult to believe," says Ben.
Trump's got a tough act to follow.
All of them, I think.
How can we miss you if you won't go away?
It's not surprising that many of them could barely read...
Trump is a dangerous cancer tearing up his own party and threatening to infect the entire democratic system in America. This cancer must be isolated, weakened and cut out so that it can never return and threaten its host again.
Following his distant second-place showing in the Indiana primary on Tuesday, Ted Cruz dropped out of the Republican presidential contest, just several days after inexplicably announcing his general election running mate.
This latest claim breaches new territory -- territory so far removed normal parameters of political campaigning and reality itself that it is hard to comprehend exactly what we are witnessing here.
Move over, heckling kid.
We deserve a laugh.
We feel your pain, Jake.
It's not surprising, but still difficult to watch.
This clip is almost enough to make you root for Ted Cruz to win the GOP nomination.
In a desperate bid to further toss the GOP presidential nominating process into complete disarray, Ted Cruz announced his running mate on Wednesday after being completely shut out during the April 26 primaries.
Those of us who aren't hopelessly shrink-wrapped inside the cult-like Fox News bubble know that being transgender isn't the same nor as simplistic as merely dressing up in the drag of the opposite sex.
News flash for Republicans: it will always be against the law to peep at little girls in public bathrooms...
A little extreme, no?
And people still think this doughy, asexual demagogue had five extra-marital affairs...
The Texas senator gets Bronx bombed.
Ted Cruz either narrowly avoided disaster, or cravenly snubbed his own daughter, or both. We report, you decide.
Lyin' Ted, plus more Sunday show highlights.
Call-outs don't get any bigger than this.
Trump warns Cruz that he'll "spill the beans" on his wife, Heidi.
It's a miracle.
On Sunday's season premiere of "I Am Cait," the reality star and transgender role model talked conservative politics -- and reminded us that she brought the extreme privilege of her past into her new life.
As Donald Trump’s path to the republican nomination becomes clearer and the rest of our gag reflexes trigger awake, we seem to be losing sight of a simple, but important fact: Ted Cruz is also a f*cking lunatic who must be stopped.
The booger-eating skeezoid has no intention of abolishing the IRS...
Almost instantaneously upon hearing the word "fact" the audience began booing vociferously, letting the moderator know exactly what they thought of his liberal bias towards reality.
It's probably about eight months too late to say that the Republican presidential primary is getting weird, but the Republican presidential primary is getting weird.
As the stakes in the 2016 election get higher, the campaigns and their accompanying coverage get weirder and weirder. I'm not just talking about the big things, like Marco Rubio's human blue screen of death or Donald Trump calling Ted Cruz a pussy, but the lesser-noticed things that illustrate what's wrong with everything.
Well, that didn't take long. After going silent on twitter for almost a full day after handily losing Iowa to fellow nut job Ted Cruz, Donald Trump came roaring back to life to accuse his opponent of stealing the election.
On the sizzling heels of Senator Ted Cruz's (R-TX) victory in Monday night's Iowa caucuses, there has been a rush by the media to topple the candidacy of Iowa runner-up Donald Trump like some gold-plated, questionably-coiffed Saddam Hussein statue. For Trumpians looking for comfort beyond Microsoft conspiracy theories, history has some hope for them.
Ted Cruz's victory over Donald Trump last night was a spectacular coup for the senator from Texas. While it doesn't mean he is a shoo-in for the nomination, the psychological effect it will have on the Republican electorate cannot be underestimated.
Be afraid America, be very afraid.
It's the morning after Fox News held what has to be an unprecedented Republican primary debate that was missing the party's frontrunner, and you're going to hear a lot of analysis today making the cute claim that Donald Trump won the debate simply by virtue of the shadow his stunt charity event cast. They're right that Trump won, but wrong about why.
Just when you thought the 2016 Republican presidential campaign couldn't get any more disgusting than it's already gotten... sorry, nobody thought that.
Here's some rage fodder for all you theocracy-haters out there.
This is not the shark-jump Ted Cruz was looking for.
You have to give it to The Donald -- his ability to lie non stop throughout his presidential campaign while accusing everyone else of lying is pretty impressive.
The leading voies who are trashing President Obama securing the freedom of four U.S. prisoners from Iran this weekend, including former Marine Amir Hekmati, Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, and Pastor Saeed Abedin have tied themselves in knots expressing happiness at the release of the prisoners, while explaining that Obama is still a bad, bad man whose just implemented nuclear deal in no way opened the door to this positive development, or to the quick release of 10 U.S. sailors who accidentally encroached into Iranian waters last week.
David Brooks' new buzzed-about New York Times op-ed is enough to make even the most hardened Ted Cruz-hater say "Hey, ease up, man. Too mean!"
Brooks's column will be shared widely in liberal circles because it will resonate intellectually and reinforce long held beliefs about the lunacy of Republicans like Ted Cruz. But his painfully accurate analysis will fall on deaf ears where it is most needed. Why? Because Intellectualism and Republicanism are now completely incompatible.
Ted Cruz tweeted a "clever" response to Donald Trump's birther barrage, but tucked his tail when asked about it.