Jonna Ivin-Patton is the founder of STIR Journal and writer of the essay, I Know Why Poor Whites Chant, Trump, Trump, Trump. She has appeared on NPR, OPB, The Roland Martin Show and KCRW. Jonna is the author of the books Will Love For Crumbs, 8th Amendment, and, Sister Girl. Her writing has been featured in Good Magazine, STIR Journal, The Establishment, and xoJane.
Trump's attempt at humor makes folks cringe.
A tweet is not a memorandum.
He gave new meaning to dressing the turkey.
An American traditions continues.
Snatching video goes viral.
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes.
That's a lot of men on one motorcycle.
Gen. John Hyten will follow the law.
Seven decades of marriage for the royal couple.
A surprise Christmas episode excites fans.
Twitter blew up with #InternationalMensDay
Poor people need to help the rich.
None of the major networks will hire Spicer.
Rat is trapped like a human on a subway.
Cher and Meryl kick butt.
Green Day calls out propaganda in new video.
She's no fan of Trump.
Library disappoints book worms.
Prank is seen by many.
Junk food isn't good enough.
Millions disagree with him.
Engage with the Bible in Washington D.C..
Chaos breaks out as cops bust each other.
People are going crazy for giant fries.
Boxed up chips make for dinner.
Fans wonder if film was placed in wrong category.
Actors are unable to keep story lines under wraps.
Happy ending for Sparks.
Memories of Skynet are flooding in.