11 Aug 2017

Bus Seat ‘Hate-Crimed’ By Islamaphobes, Says “I’m Not Muslim, I’m A ‘Siht’.”

A ‘Siht’—pronounced ‘seat’—is person of the Siht faith.  A relatively obscure and little-known religion, its rise in popularity coincided with the Industrial Era.  Like many organized religions, Sihts acknowledge a single Creator, known in Sihtism as The Manufacturer.  A highly nomadic people, most Sihts travel in tribes called a ‘Bus’—or, collectively, ‘Buses’—with no traceable historic…

01 Jun 2017

Donald Trump Hates Science

Well, he never came out and said those exact words. Sadly, it sure as hell seems that way. Getting lost in the great “covfefe” Twitter snafu of 2017 (if you have no idea what I mean, google the “word”), Donald Trump has began the long process of pulling the United States out of the Paris…

31 Jan 2017

Five Ways to De-Stress from Politics

After a month in the new year, the country’s transformation in leadership is almost complete. Former President Obama has turned the keys over to President Trump (still cannot believe I am typing this statement) and cabinet nominations are ongoing. After the smoke clears and the dust settles, the House and Senate will look completely different from…

26 Dec 2015

MiFlight: Avoid Airport Aggravation!

How long is the airport security line? Every flyer wants to know. The answer is here. And we're all part of the solution.




08 Dec 2016

Judge Dismisses 66,000 Warrants Against Homeless Because “It’s the right thing to do”

Here’s some good news! Over the last five years, San Francisco’s Presiding Judge John Stewart and his colleagues have dismissed more than 66,000 arrest warrants for quality-of-life crimes, such as sleeping on the sidewalk. His logic? People living in poverty do not deserve to be put in jail just because they’re too poor to pay a…

27 Aug 2016

Whip ‘Em Out for GoTopless Day

If you think it’s unfair that men’s boobs can enjoy the sun and fresh air, but women’s can’t – then you are pro GoTopless Day. It’s an annual event held to support the right of women to let their fun bags out in public on gender-equality grounds. Because should it really be a law to cover…

26 Aug 2016

National Women’s Equality Day: 15 Inspiring Quotes From Females On 19th Amendment Anniversary

The 19th Amendment passed on August 26th, 1920 granting women in the United State’s the right to vote. The anniversary is now known as National Women’s Equality Day. To celebrate, here are 13 quotes from badass women who made this day – and progress since – possible: 1- “How can we effect change in the world…

14 Jul 2016

House Passes DARK Act: Bans States from Requiring GMO Labels on Food

Well, this sucks – while 9 out of 10 Americans are for the labeling of genetically modified foods – the gov does *not* think the people have a right to know. Legislation named the Deny Americans the Right to know, or DARK Act (H.R. 1599), passed the House of Reps yesterday by a vote of 275-150.…