Romney's vulnerability on the signature Republican issue -- he's the godfather of Obamacare! -- has his staffers tearing their hair out. But there's another issue that could well steal center stage: religion.
So, have you seen the Tajazzle video? It's the most ridiculous infomercial known to man and womankind.
As far as I know, time-travel remains a pretty elusive goal, but making the future better for everybody with Parkinson's disease seems like a very realistic and worthy priority.
The Oxford English Dictionary announced on its blog yesterday that the acronym "BFF" has been added as an official noun and lists its D.O.B as 1996. A little on the history of the word here.
Slayer's Tom Araya and Kerry King discuss their American Carnage Tour and how Guitar Hero 3 has earned them some fans.
Muslim-Americans should be free to build a mosque near Ground Zero or anywhere else in the United States. But while they enjoy this inalienable consti...
Since when did the argument, "This should be banned because it's offensive and hurts our feelings!" start earning a place in any kind of rational discourse? Is sensitivity a prerequisite for freedom of expression?
Cantor asks "what type of system" would allow the construction of an Islamic community center in the vicinity of Ground Zero, but then answers his own question: a system "built on the rights of free expression" and "the rights to practice your faith."
His new dark comedy, The Beaver, could be hilarious and possibly marketable if approached properly. Gibson plays a man who decides to communicate only through a beaver puppet. No joke.
General Stanley McChrystal's special ops mentality, which can tolerate loose structure within a fighting "band of brothers," got a big jerk on the chain from the real top dog today.
I love Tina Fey, but there was something a bit Obama-getting-the-Nobel-Priz-ish about the news that she'll receive the 2010 Mark Twain Prize for Humor...
Back in 2005, Chris Lee, a student at Washington State University, set out to make a comedy musical that, in the tradition of South Park, offended as ...
The right of free speech doesn't absolve people from being assholes. And with Draw Muhammad Day, the participating artists are proving themselves to be just that.
If you can't take the heat, stop ascribing to ridiculous, genocide-friendly texts that you only believe in anyway because you were born to them.
Entities like Comedy Central may cave in under threats of violence, but in Western thinking, such threats splash back on the faces of those who speak them, and bring disrepute to their cause.