Top Pentagon lawyer Alberto Mora risked his career arguing against Guantánamo abuses. Now hes an Obama man.
Over in Japan, they have this video game where you chase a woman and her two daughters and try to rape them. To make matters worse, it's not called "Jackson County Jail" or "Abu Ghraib Fantasy" or anything like that but, rather coldly, "Rapelay." Something Awful and others have known about this thi ... More >>
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A modest proposal for shortening the lines on Election Day
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