Trevor Noah of The Daily Show looks at The Great Resignation.
This is what passes for humor over on Rupert Murdoch's anti-vax propaganda network.
The hosts of Fox & Friends yuck it up over the notion that the entire world needs to be vaccinated before we quit seeing disruptions in supply chains.
Arkansas' governor has some pretty backwards notions about mandates and health. Chuck Todd doesn't exactly help with clarification.
Psaki bombed Ted Cruz, and he wasn't even in the room.
All those studies showing that unemployment aid wasn’t keeping people from looking for work were right. Parents—especially mothers—with children at home were constrained in their work choices.
As Democrats pursue Biden's legacy bill, GOP engages in political terrorism.
The notion that what Americans really want is something neither major party can give them comes up every four years, and yet no third-party candidate has won even a single state in a presidential election since 1968.
The conspiracy theories spouted about Afghanistan, COVID, the jobs report and the Texas abortion law and more in just one Fox & Friends segment sounded like a brainstorming session for QAnon.
And the stock market is up, too! OH NOES!!!
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