03/03/2011 11:37 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

The Psychometer: Who's Gone Too Far This Week?

With the news constantly dominated by delusional and/or insane personalities, we felt it would be helpful to let our readers know whose craziness really matters. Behold: The Psychometer.

From least crazy to off-the-charts nuts:

Kim Kardashian added "pop singer" to her lengthy resume by releasing her first single this week.

With hosts that fell flat and zero surprises this year, the Academy Awards should do some soul-searching.

Mike Huckabee thinks President Obama "grew up in Kenya," and he's currently one of the top GOP frontrunners for president in 2012. Great job, Republicans!

Texas Governor Rick Perry called Juárez "the most dangerous city in America." Which might be true, if Juárez weren't in Mexico.

Fashion designer John Galliano was fired by Christian Dior after Galliano was arrested for assault and caught on tape praising Hitler.

The Westboro Baptist Church may have been affirmed the right to protest soldiers' funerals, but they're consistently losing their battle with not being nutjobs.

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker continues his crusade for nakedly political union busting in the face of massive protests, and now he's trying to blame his state's economic woes on public employees.

What else can be said? Charlie Sheen took an overdose of Charlie Sheen last week, and the world will never be the same.

Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi escalated violence against his people in the name of his supporters, which currently consists of Moammar Gaddafi.