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President Trump Would Destroy the Economy

December 2, 2015
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President Trump Would Destroy the Economy

The Donald's (sketchy) policy proposals suggest big stimulus, big inequality, and a global trade war.

Martin O’Malley Tells College Kids That Long Walks in the Woods Will Cure a Broken Heart

But he’s still not sure which Democratic candidate smells the best.

The Gross Water at Olympic Venues in Rio Is Even More Disgusting Than We Thought

Brimming with viruses and bacteria, Rio's Olympic waters are unfit for humans.

There’s No Empirical Evidence That Bernie Sanders Is Unelectable

He's doing better in the polls as a prospective nominee than as a candidate for the nomination.

Two City Workers Took $2.1 Million From Government, Police Say

One scheme involved $120,000-worth of Red Bull purchases.

7 New Personal-Transportation Technologies (Not Including the Hoverboard) That Are Way More Fun Than Walking

How New Yorkers will get around in the maybe-not-so-distant future.

Turkish Judge Postpones Trial to Ask, ‘Is Gollum Good or Bad?’

A man’s fate relies on the answer.

Dear World, We Still Don’t Want to Talk About Climate Change. Love, the GOP

P.S. If the globe is warming, why do we still have snow? XOXO

Donald Trump: To Defeat ISIS Terrorists, We Need to Kill Their Families

To win the war on terrorism, we need to kill more women and children in the Middle East, says the GOP front-runner.

ISIS Still Learning That Governing Is Super Hard

Although not caring if the people living in your territory hate you probably makes things a little easier.

Would a Donald Trump Nomination Destroy the GOP Down-Ballot?

Straight-ticket voting versus the "missing white voters."

Guantánamo Inmate Held for 13 Years in Case of Mistaken Identity, Says Pentagon

He expressed no desire for the future other than to get married.

America Celebrated Black Friday by Stockpiling a Record Number of Guns

The FBI processed a record number of background checks for firearms purchases on Black Friday.

What Happens If Donald Trump Wins the Republican Nomination?

Five thoughts on the once-unthinkable.

AirAsia Flight 8501 Crash Reveals the Dangers of Putting Machines in the Driver’s Seat

If we rely on automation to fly our planes and drive our cars, what happens when those systems fail?

Ted Cruz’s Foreign-Policy Stance Is Outdated, But It Might Still Work

Maybe being between Rand Paul and Marco Rubio and near Donald Trump is the right place to be.


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