In case you were wondering what constitutes breaking the law in doing a favor for a political donor.
Made a tool that lets you take Congressional votes and see how they'd change if the gender composition was flipped.
Here is a visual to show what early presidential fundraising looks like.
Bad news, but also odd to see Ford as "Indiana Jones star," though I suppose that's right.
I mean he probably doesn't need a qualifier, and, if he does, "movie star" works? Anyway, not the point, obviously.
Rick Perry thinks Obama doesn't "get" the threat posed by a Soviet-era Iran.
That post has an "Oops" joke in the headline because the politics gods gave us the "Oops" moment specifically to be used as a callback.
Second-best quote here: "The messy prank is known as 'glitter-bombing' – although there's no threat of an explosion or physical danger as with a real bomb."
Best quote: "Anyone is free to disagree with me, but to resort to these tactics in a heightened threat environment is reckless"
Inspired by Diane Reynolds: Why celebrities use fake names at hotels, and what makes a good one.
Let's talk about random people who decide that maybe they can be elected president.
"With the robot it will be different. We should respect the robot."
How to turn dangerous threats to public safety into #viral #content.
I want the public to see my email. I asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 5, 2015
Oh no, now we have to read all of them.
wait what if the emails all spell out "today I announce I am running for president" and this was a long con
A Twitter dude emailed me (and presumably other pol media types) to pass along Hillary's tweet. Not showing a lot of faith in your communications platform there, guy.
"My emails are too sensitive to release without State Dept. screening, but were OK to be sent from my own server without encryption."
I think we all agree that personalized domains are extremely cool.
I'd forgotten that the W. Bush White House had its own Snopes site.
A map created by occupying Nazis pointing German soldiers to points of interest in Paris.