Having failed to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president at the ballot box, with a swing state recount and with an attempt to rally faithless electors, progressives are now planning to simply "disrupt" his inauguration.
There is a paradigm shift coming and it is about to rewrite everything we know about economics, human labor, and government dependence.
Earlier this week Amazon launched its first Amazon Go store, which allows a customer to walk in, grab the items they want, and simply walk out.
This is a new process called "bio-hacking, where an alien device is embedded on the back of the hand between the thumb and forefinger using a special syringe." The technology was unveiled at GITEX 2016 in Dubai. The microchips are capable of storing all credit card and identification data.
Luckily for the country, Trump doesn't seem obsessed with what the elites think of him. But his advisers include just the type of Republicans whose second-tier law schools make them particularly susceptible to the cheap respectability of establishment media approval.
But the number one question people I'm being asked is this: What do Israelis think about the election of Donald Trump and the transition to a Trump-Pence administration?
Here's the short version:
While describing Trump as the real change-maker of 2016, the magazine also ragged on the Republican president-elect as a "huckster" and "demagogue" while reserving its most glowing praise for runner-up Hillary Clinton -- whom the edition breathlessly described as "an American Moses."
As predicted, evil is waxing worse and worse . . .
WPEC-TV reports that a Boca Raton, Florida community is in disbelief after a pentagram display reading, "In Satan we trust", is placed in the middle of Sanborn Square.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said during a press conference Monday it was natural for World War II veterans to be "embittered" about Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to Pearl Harbor, but they should get over it for the sake of America.
In his rant at the Saban Forum denouncing Israel for the lack of peace, John Kerry claimed that the Islamic terrorists who run Fatah are pacifists. "We have a leader of a not-perfect entity, the Fatah, who is committed to nonviolence."