There's really only one person who could give voice to the inner monologue of a politician's dog speeding down the highway on the roof of a car, and t...
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As in most presidential election years, noisy battles have been raging as the nation's political armies gear up for what promises to be an even nois...
In the tradition of others who have looked at the bleak social conditions that surround them and the corrupt institutions that seek not to improve things, I give you good satire.
Since the shocking news that a giant private equity firm had seized control of Santa's Workshop media organizations worldwide have been clamoring to land an interview with Father Christmas.
Early this morning, Santa Claus, the jolly icon of the holidays and legendary symbol of Christmas for more than 970 years, was asked to step down from his position as chief manufacturer and distributor of holiday toys and merriment.
"Hi, I'm Santa Claus. No, not some smelly saucehead ringing a bell for the Salvation Army: I'm the Real McKringle. You know, red suit, white beard,...
NORTH POLE -- In a move that shocked analysts, delighted tinsel manufacturers and brought trading at global exchanges to a brief if stunned silence, G...
In honor of Voting Day, the best I can do is offer a flashback to my six favorite diversions from this remarkable and historic election year.
Think we're done with all that for a few years? Not by a long shot. After all, negative advertising is a hard habit to break, especially for our friends in the GOP.
With all due respect to author Barry Gellman, we told you this six months ago. In our blockbusting biography, Young Dick Cheney: Great American.
Who can blame viewers for wanting a little cavorting with their reporting? Today's voters toggle easily between sober op-eds and faux-news analysts squirting seltzer down the candidates' pants.
When a right-wing apologist-blowhard like Jonah Goldberg starts trashing our book five weeks before its release, you know we've hit a nerve.
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