“Kanye West’s announcement of his intention to seek the Presidency reminds us that it’s not too early to start thinking about the 2020 campaign,” says illustrator Barry Blitt of his cover illustration for next week’s issue of The New Yorker. “2016’s already old hat by now, anyway,” he adds. Keep reading to see the full cover as well as the photo of Harry S. Truman that inspired it!
Donald Trump is a fixture in today’s news. Whether he’s announcing his candidacy for president or offending an entire race of people, he’s definitely keeping his name in the headlines–something that may or may not be helpful in winning the 2016 presidential race. Trump recently filed financial disclosure forms with the Federal Election Commission, and you won’t believe what he’s worth!
It’s one of the most “WTF” things to happen in politics in some time, but, unfortunately, it’s real: A man has managed to get the “Sodomite Suppression Act,” in which citizens would be empowered to shoot gay men in the head, onto the ballot in California.
A Montana state representative introduced legislation this week that would reclassify the wearing of yoga pants, bicycling shorts and tight swimsuits as indecent exposure.
Holly Hobby Lobby, a breakout Tea Party sweetheart of 2014, was ironically caught cheating on her husband at a family values meeting on November’s election night. After initially denying the story, she admitted it’s all true…
Reversing its position after the reported North Korea hacking, Sony has announced that it will be releasing The Interview on Christmas day as originally planned — both in theaters and via video on demand!
UPDATE – Seth Rogen and James Franco respond to the news in the hilarious manner in which you would expect.
Semi-Homemade‘s Sandra Lee will be the de facto first lady of New York for four more years following long-term boyfriend Governor Andrew Cuomo’s reelection yesterday. Find out more about their relationship and what she says about getting married…
Normally the term “cup of coffee” is reserved for professional sports, but the alkaloid reference also seems very appropriate to describe Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden’s stint in the Navy Reserve, which lasted all of nine months after he reportedly tested positive for cocaine less than two months after being commissioned an ensign.