Peter Coyote tells the story of Cards
Against Humanity saving America.

Cards Against Humanity
Stops The Wall

A sample map of the border land and a certificate

For Day One of Cards Against Humanity Saves America, we purchased a plot of vacant land on the border and retained a law firm specializing in eminent domain to make it as time–consuming and expensive as possible for Trump to build his wall.

We sent everyone an illustrated map of the land, a certificate of our promise to fight the wall, and a statement from our lawyers.

Read More About The Wall

The Good News Podcast

Illustrations of various Good News Podcast subjects.

For Day Two, we launched The Good News Podcast, a daily reminder that not all news is bad. We also sent you some cards and laptop stickers.

The Good News Podcast

Cards Against Humanity Redistributes Your Wealth

In order for Cards Against Humanity to truly save America, we realized we would have to tackle the biggest issue in the world: wealth inequality. Today, we took some of your money and redistributed it to people who need it more. We gave 10,000 people a $15 refund and 100 people a check for $1,000. We also threw in a few cards so you wouldn’t complain.

Read People’s Stories Here

Cards Against Humanity Destroys  Homework

Sample letters from children

Mounting sociological evidence confirms something we’ve always suspected: homework sucks gorilla balls. It stifles creativity and makes kids hate learning.

For Day Four, we sent out cards, thank you notes from children, a policy paper written by the Chicago Children’s Museum, and we’ve partnered with Donor’s Choose to support teachers who are creating alternatives to traditional homework.

Teachers came up with a ton of ideas, like taking field trips to museums, making slime, reading with their families, and playing board games. You can support these projects by donating at right now. We’re matching your donations up to $100,000.

Support A Classroom

Cards Against Humanity’s Pulse of the Nation

Sample images of poll results

For Day Five, we used your money to run fourteen months of scientifically–rigorous monthly public opinion polls. We’ll ask the American people about important topics other polls are too afraid to cover. It’s called Cards Against Humanity’s Pulse of the Nation, and we’ll post our findings each month at Subscribers got some cards and a zine with the first few poll results.

Gaze into the minds of
the American people

Cards Against Humanity Saves Baseball

Stadium blueprints and baseball cards

For Day Six of Cards Against Humanity Saves America, we purchased the naming rights to a minor league baseball stadium in Joliet, Illinois. Kindly remove your caps and stand for The Cards Against Humanity Baseball Place, the new home of the Joliet Slammers! Subscribers got a blueprint of the stadium, a pack of baseball cards, and a ticket voucher. America has been saved. I love you.

Come on down

Frequently Asked

What is this again?

This is Cards Against Humanity Saves America, a complicated holiday promotion where 150,000 people paid us $15 to save America.

What are you saving America from?

Injustice, lies, racism, the whole enchilada.

Is it too late to sign up?

Yes. You blew it.

When will I receive my surprises?

They’ll come in the mail throughout the month of December.

I haven’t received my surprises. Should I be worried?

No. You should be worried about the President.

Seriously, I haven’t received anything yet.

If you haven’t received your gifts by the end of January, send us an email.

One of my gifts arrived damaged or misprinted.

If you can’t live without it, email us and we’ll send you a replacement.

I’d like to cancel my order or change my address.

It’s too late. The wheels of destiny are in motion.

I want tracking info on my gifts.

There’s no possible way to provide tracking for a million envelopes.

I don’t like that you’re getting political. Why don’t you just stick to card games?

Why don’t you stick to seeing how many Hot Wheels cars you can fit up your asshole?

Is Cards Against Humanity being politically correct now?

We’re just being regular correct.

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