In his editorial New Rule, Bill calls on liberals to stop chasing conservatives out of restaurants and focus on chasing them out of office.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill commemorates the 10th anniversary of "Religulous" and notes the similarities between President Trump and the God of the Old Testament.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill says we should call President Trump's malignant narcissism what it is: a serious and dangerous mental illness.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that socialism isn't as scary as it sounds and calls on Democrats to ramp up their rhetoric against Trump.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that the Democratic Party needs a ringer of its own to counter Trump's partnership with Russia.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that the phony personas people adopt in public are vastly different than the weirdness they crave.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill reveals the truth about #QAnon.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill asks how Russia has managed to flip not just Trump, but the entire GOP.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill calls for collective action to save the environment and fight the scourge of pests and pollution.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill reiterates that economic recessions are survivable events; what Trump is doing to this country is not.
Bill warns that free speech is under fire from both ends of the political spectrum.
Bill argues that Republicans' embrace of conspiracy theories is dangerous to democracy.
Bill disputes the notion that nobody is "above the law," and worries about Donald Trump's desire to be "president for life."
In his editorial New Rule, Bill questions how a New York City slicker like Trump became a hero to America's heartland.
In this edition of "Explaining Jokes to Idiots," Bill confronts the purity police over their criticism of Amy Schumer's new movie.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill pens an open letter to his dear friend Roseanne about a few inconsistencies in her political affiliations.
In a special "420" edition of New Rules, Bill argues that Democrats should use marijuana legalization as a wedge issue in the upcoming elections.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that it's unfair to impose today's "woke" standards on yesterday's art.
In a surprising move, Bill sticks up for children in his editorial New Rule.