For those of you complaining there's nothing but reruns on TV this summer, go ahead and crack open an ice-cold beer, grab that popcorn and tune in to a new episode from the much-anticipated Anthony Weiner Saga, for a big dose of political reality TV.
Thanks to Bluetooth technology, it is now possible to be frisked while conducting a hands-free conference call with your arms pressed up against a wall. If you're not skilled at multi-tasking, simply send a group text that reads, "Can't talk, getting frisked."
Once upon a time, there was a little red hen who lived on a farm past the woods. She was friends with a bossy but politically connected pig, a groveling sheep who worked as a flunky for the village and a scared little mouse who specialized in running away and hiding.
Poor little Ivan had drawn the short toothpick in the kitchen and had to tell the President of the Russian Federation that Barack cancelled lunch with him.
Conservatives are once again working themselves into tizzies! Actually, they never stopped. But they did manage to mix in some new with the old.
There are no right or wrong answers to this quiz, no grades or scoring. No polygraph test will be administered at this time.
United Van Lines is one of the largest moving companies in the United States. Each year since 1978, it has reported its annual migration study, whi...
Imagine you're an ambitious politician with $4.5 million left in your campaign account, money which can only be spent on political activities or given to charity. But because you're Anthony Weiner, that second option is pretty far-fetched.
Randy Credico, a celebrated political satirist and activist, who made a run for Senator Chuck Schumer's seat in 2009 but failed to get enough valid signatures on the ballot because his campaign had been infiltrated, has succeeded this time and has made the ballot for NYC Mayor.
"Dear Emily Post, My wife and I are having a disagreement about social media. She feels that it is inappropriate when I send photographs of my penis to women I have never met in person."
We have all heard of corruption in Illinois, but this list is just a smack in the face to a state that already has very low expectations of State Offi...
Wait a minute... We've heard of insurance companies giving their customers the runaround, or excuses, or, for that matter, giving them the middle finger. But giving them... money?
Pesky citizens are always going around demanding more transparency in government. Well, this week, the U.S. government shouted, "Let the sunshine in!" And guess what they've decided to give you access to? Thousands of hours of government-produced propaganda!