In a performance guaranteed to raise some eyebrows in Delaware and beyond, Tea Party candidate Christine O'Donnell said at a senatorial debate last night that she strongly supports "the separation of speech and thought."
"Like our viewers, we were riveted by the drama of the miners emerging from that mine," said recently installed CNN chief Ken Jautz. "We're willing to bet it would be just about as dramatic to see the miners lowered back into the mine one by one."
Mr. and Mrs. Salahi, who are perhaps best known for crashing a state dinner at the White House last year, waved to cameras as they emerged from a Chilean, Mrs. Salahi attired in her trademark floor-length red dress.
Leading evolutionary biologists still believe that evolution is more than a theory and is, in fact, a very real thing. However, in the case of Sarah Palin and Christine O'Donnell, it seems to be moving in a reverse direction.
According to a new study commissioned by the U.S. Department of Labor, workers are less likely to suffer from stress and "go off" in the workplace if they know that leaving their job is just one inflatable slide away.
Obtaining the top-secret documents could be the journalistic coup of the year, Duh editor Franklin Merse acknowledged: "I don't want us to get ahead of ourselves, but around here a lot of us are thinking Pulitzer."