Rumor has it Amy Schumer is a comedic actress, but there’s very little evidence of it. Mostly she seems to care about politics and whining about being a woman (which essentially is her politics). In fact, she cares about politics so much she found a way to politicize the birth of her first child.



Matthew 7:7 in the Bible is a well-known adage: “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.” Humane, right?



It’s midterm season on mainstream television, so if talking politics is a must for your mid-morning routine, switch the channel over to Ellen. Lately, all her lefty friends have been making appearances to plug for the Democrat ticket. Viewers who tuned in on Thursday received a real treat. The always-unhinged progressive femmebot Chelsea Handler hit the famous off-white couches to talk about the impending apocalypse should Dems lose power during the midterm elections.



The absence of “climate change” or “global warming,” from the new United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) frustrated environmentalist groups, according to Huffington Post and EcoWatch. They also complained it included “corporate giveaways” to the gas and oil industry. The replacement deal for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was announced on Oct. 1, after months of negotiations between the U.S., Canada and Mexico. President Donald Trump promised a renegotiation of NAFTA during his presidential campaign.



In the lowest point of a disgraceful day, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-RI., questioned Judge Brett Kavanaugh on the meaning of certain words he wrote in a yearbook in the 1980s. Kavanaugh’s answers were, according to liberal outlets, lies.



It’s hard to recall that there was a time when Jim Carrey was funny. These days, all that comes from Carrey is ugly artwork and hateful politics. On Sept. 25 Huffington Post’s Ed Mazza spotlighted Carrey’s freshest addition to his portfolio: a grinning man in flowing black robes wearing a ski mask over his head like a burglar.



President Trump has frequently been bashed by climate-change fanatics, and leading the crusade this week is storied actor Harrison Ford.



Neither foreign powers nor terrorists are our greatest threat, according to William Astore's Huffington Post blog. The retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and history professor appears to have torched his bridges with the military and warns that the patriotic and military displays at professional sporting events are a big threat to democracy. Following the lead of ESPN writer Howard Bryant, who wrote a book on this topic, Astore admits he's not the first to warn about "the dangers of mixing sports with the military, especially in corporate-controlled blenders."



It's quite simple: Some political relatives are more equal than others. Agenda-driven journalists love to exploit familial dysfunction when a prominent politician is conservative and his or her kinfolk espouse liberal views. When a vengeful offspring, sibling, cousin or distant relation wants to wreak havoc, instant fame and adoration are just a tweet or call away. The media schadenfreude over such bloody bloodline battles is thicker than California wildfire smoke.



Behold Friday’s installment of things you won’t see six-person CNN panels on. In a story published Friday morning by the left-leaning Huffington Post, reporter Kevin Robillard released video of Democratic Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen suggesting that fellow Tennessee Congresswoman and Republican senatorial candidate Marsha Blackburn should kill herself.



Several NFL players protested or showed disrespect during the playing of the national anthem prior to the start of exhibition games Thursday night. The Huffington Post's Carla Herrera reported that they violated the league's policy banning "peaceful protest" without referencing the fact that the NFL froze the policy three weeks ago and began negotiating a new policy with the NFL Players Association.



Huffington Post columnist Robert Kuttner should right now go over to PredictIt and place the maximum allowed bet of $800 on President Donald Trump not being the 2020 Republican nominee. After all, according to Kuttner's August 6 column, Trump won't be the 2020 Republican nominee.  Why? Because Trump's Sunday tweet reiterated what was well known since July 2017---that his son Donald Trump, Jr. met with a Russian lawyer to seek information about the Hillary Clinton campaign.