The Senators share a ride with an unexpected supporter.
There are rules when it comes to party representatives talking in public.
One Senator wants to know why a reporter from his home town is on a flight with them to Afghanistan.
An Amazon Original series: They work in the Senate. They live in the house - Alpha House. Created by Garry Trudeau (Doonesbury, Tanner '88).
"REAM RAPER" is "Loose Bruce" Kerr's latest parody of Gary Wright's "Dream Weaver" and protests the Texas law forcing on a woman vaginal wand insertion for a sonogram before allowing an abortion. (True, it doesn't require wand insertion in all cases but in the first trimester, that's the only method). This issue is currently a subject of satire in Gary Trudeau's "Doonesbury" comic. Pennsylvania governor, Tom Corbett, famously uttered the parody's opening line as how a woman can choose to cope with forced viewing of the sonogram, "You can just close your eyes."
In Texas, it's the law. In PA, a bill is under consideration. Virginia also has a similar law. There's a trend here and it has to be stopped, and reversed, IMHO. There's a fight a-brewin'.
Bruce apologizes for being the ugliest woman imaginable in this video but, truthfully, a guy opining against vaginal insertion by the state, well, it raises questions (and no time for alternatives, these lyrics needed posting now).
Bruce (this is the "OTHER Bruce") took 20 years off to write & perform music, sometimes solo, sometimes in a duo or the band, "Spud City-Music With a Peel" (Mass., VT). He opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic. Then he resumed being an attorney, now working for Oracle in Northern California's Silicon Valley.
Chinese officials extol the benefits of smog, North Korea's Kim Jong-un sentences his uncle to death, and the moon gives up on America.
Garry Trudeau talks about the inspiration for his political comedy series 'Alpha House' and helpfully explains the concept of streaming video for Stephen.
Ted Cruz is featured in a coloring book that covers kid-friendly topics like Obamacare and partial-birth abortions.
A federal judge declares that the NSA's phone surveillance program is probably unconstitutional, and Edward Snowden looks for a new place to take a leak.
Stephen gets in the holiday spirit with the help of Alan Cumming and Cyndi Lauper.
America lags behind in the space race, the Tea Party reaches out to kids, and Garry Trudeau creates a political sitcom.
The moon breaks America's heart, a Ted Cruz coloring book becomes a best-seller, and Garry Trudeau discusses a scene from his show, 'Alpha House.'
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