October 31, 2015 Archive October 2015

GOP "death spiral" shocker: "We've gone beyond the tipping point on the demographic changes"

Carly Fiorina doesn't know what she's talking about, part (we've lost count): How her latest Hillary Clinton swipe diminishes women

"Douchebag says what?": Stephen Colbert unloads on CNBC, GOP crybabies

Not just "Dead Man's Party" on a Halloween mix: Oingo Boingo deserves more respect than this

Living the Halloween dream: The fragile beauty of trick-or-treating, the last of our great compulsory community acts

I wanted to go as Daenerys Targaryen or The Bride — but, apparently, badass costumes are not for fat girls.

How to actually beat these guys: The trick that could get Republicans behind redistribution

10 confederate memorials that are somehow still standing

The right turns on Paul Ryan: Yesterday's conservative savior is today's moderate wimp

This man is not a wonk: Why Marco Rubio is just another intellectual fraud

Bill Maher's nasty new Islamophobia recruit: "Real Time" turns ugly on "barbaric" Muslim beliefs

Sexy teenage vampire Stephen Colbert's Halloween warning: "A marauding orange monster is on the loose and it's not Donald Trump"

Bill Maher's epic anti-PC Halloween rant: "I’m going to vote Republican, because I just can’t stand being on the same team as these humorless jackoffs"

The Donald's radical revolution: The historical roots of the Trump phenomenon

Paul Krugman has taught them nothing: Republicans would tank the economy again, given another chance

The Uber-economy f**ks us all: How "permalancers" and "sharer" gigs gut the middle class

"Problems like this don’t go away overnight": "Spotlight" director Tom McCarthy calls for the Catholic Church to do more to address and prevent sex abuse

Big trucks, big bucks: Heavy-spending trucking industry pushes Congress to relax safety rules

Wall Street is just this dumb: "There are traders who are smart, though not many"

Jeb! Agonistes: Being the sad and gruesome history of a frontrunner who never was and the GOP's zombie apocalypse

Casualties of the vanishing West: How monied interests are forcefully evicting wild horses

We're destroying our kids -- for nothing: Too much homework, too many tests, too much needless pressure

José González: The most interesting music isn't on the radio

This is why Jonathan Franzen infuriates: Breaking down the suspicious intellectual loner, the mainstream writer, the despised cultural magnet