So Vladimir Putin checks in at the Ukraine. A guard asks his name and he gives it. Then Putin is asked "occupation?" No Putin says, "just a visit." The Capitol Steps have tons of jokes like this - some vocally and most sung beautifully in well known tunes.
The latest opinion poll puts Trump's hair ten points ahead of its former noggin and five points ahead of Mr Bush.
I am no circus sideshow! I am no Bozo in a red fright wig! I am a serious threat to democracy, and demand to be taken seriously! Kim Kardashian can kiss my hairy butt! Call it a toupée d'état. Resistance is futile! I am the wave of the future!
Everyone needs a break from Prilosec and Paxil these days. So here are a few of the funniest, most misguided, sexist, dangerous and just plain stupid mid-century PSAs to perk us all up.
Republicans who don't believe in climate change were in holy hell last week, as Pope Francis made an earth shattering statement on the issue.
In celebration of Friday's decision by the Supreme Court to legalize marriage between consenting adults (a weird thing for the Supreme Court to have to weigh in on, really), I present a recording of a performance from a few years ago of my poem, Corner of Starbucks and Christopher Street.
Why should we support same-sex marriage?
Why is coming out of the closet not an issue anymore?
When Jeb Bush throws his hat into the presidential ring today, he'll use the same pointy, pinwheel hat his brother George used when he announced his candidacy for the presidency in 1999.
In a dramatic week for world football, Sepp Blatter, the President of FIFA, gave himself a red card and announced his resignation, and Chris Christie declared his goal of replacing him. At a hastily arranged news conference in a Dunkin Donuts, Governor Christie weighed in.
Saddam Hussein did it. So did Andy Warhol. Joseph Stalin was a big fan of using a body double (killing tens of millions of people can create a few murderous enemies), too.
Guys, we simply cannot be outraged about inconsequential things on a day-to-day basis. It makes us no better than the two teenage girls who cried "witchcraft" because they wanted attention back in 1692.