I just want to take a moment to thank the fine hard-working and morally upstanding legislators down in Raleigh for protecting me and my family against...
North Korea, which has always been a place of equality and freedom, fears all may be lost, thanks to a new sketch comedy video that has surfaced early this week.
Hey, in this country of inflationary inequality, gerrymandering, hanging chads and corporations that are people too, my friend -- the lottery seems to us like the last bastion of true democracy!
Right now, only 26 percent of adult Americans have a positive view of the Republican Party and for Congress it's even worse: only 14 percent are pointing up their thumbs. But it turns out that there's something out there that people dislike even more.
The president waxed eloquent about a pursuit of progressive ideals; mentioning marriage equality, climate change and even slamming Paul Ryan's claim that society is being ruined by the takers. So as you can imagine, right after the president was sworn in, he was sworn at.
Shortly after President Obama announced sweeping actions directed to private ownership of guns, the NRA's Vice President for Development of Possible Facts, Weldon LaTourette, accused the president of concealing a CDC study that concludes guns can help lower the number of deaths from lung cancer.
If you are looking for some sanity in the gun debate, turn to comedy. Satirists like Stewart, Colbert, and Maher entertain us while revealing the flawed thinking that is making a folly of our democracy.
In our best moments, we Americans aspire to be the City upon a Hill. Recently, however, it feels like we're the City of Apoplectic People Yelling at Each Other and Stockpiling Weapons Upon a Hill.
We learned this week that the Office of Management and Budget -- the largest office in the Executive Office of the President of the United States -- decided to make itself useful in eliminating government waste. And so it issued its Report on Useless Reports!
Kids really love Glockie. This funny, mustachioed goof talks through the barrel of a giant, fuzzy semi-automatic pistol with friendly advice like "Never try to reload a 9 mm pistol with a clip from a 32! That's a Glockie not- ty!" Oh, Glockie.
Okay. Bent over. Hands on knees. Breathing hard. Whew. Made it. "Pant. Pant." For a while there, didn't seem like it'd ever happen, but somehow we mercifully staggered across the annum finish line finally placing 2012 irrevocably in the rear view mirror.
This Week's Poll from the Lester & Charlie Institute of Forward Thinking! Last week, we assured you that your government is anxiously readying to que...