In 1776, the Continental Congress signed a Declaration that they would separate from Great Britain because the King had unilaterally made changes to the national health care system. OK, close enough. Last week the President delayed yet another part of Obamacare, and most Americans probably thought ... More >>
Look out, more trouble with Obamacare: It appears when Obama said "If you like your plan, you can keep it," he wasn't telling the whole truth. As the press reported this week, if your plan doesn't meet minimum standards of coverage, and if it isn't "grandfathered" or lost that status by changing its ... More >>
We're starting to think that cronut mania is an Alex Jones-ian false flag attack on America to rob people of their dignity and waistlines (damn you, H&M, I am not an XXL in jeggings). After all, people are getting up before the cock has doodled its doo to wait in lines that wrap around the block for ... More >>
Today Salon got in a bit of trouble when it re-posted a story from one of its partners, The Weeklings, called "Give truthers a chance?" before immediately pulling it down after readers commented and tweeted their disgust. As pro-truther articles go, it wasn't all that bad, since it continued Salon's ... More >>
Update: Glory to God, Alex Jones uploaded a video after his interview on Piers Morgan Tonight, and dare we say that it might've outdone his original rant, which led to him trending nationally on Twitter. Jones was back in his hotel room after the taping, and he claimed to fear for his life. Befo ... More >>
Last week's terrible incident in Aurora, Colorado in which 70 people were shot, 12 fatally, at a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises made many of us think about how awful these episodes of senseless violence are, how precious and fragile life is, and that we should stay close and be good to ou ... More >>
It was all good for Lupe Fiasco just two albums ago. By 2008, the Chicago MC, co-signed by Jay-Z and brought on the Glow In The Dark Tour by Kanye West, had released two critically acclaimed albums, Food & Liquor and The Cool, and built on a reputation as a nimble lyricist with a political bent forg ... More >>
When Andrew Breitbart died at the absurdly young age of 43, rightbloggers were sad -- and also mad at liberals, whom some of them blamed for the rageaholic activist's death. After a period of mourning, they decided that the best tribute to their fallen leader would be to follow his example, i.e., ... More >>
The crazy born-again Baldwin brother Stephen, a contestant on Celebrity Mole Hawaii, Celebrity Mole Yucatán, Celebrity Apprentice and I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, told conservative radio nut job Alex Jones that he'd consider a run for mayor if his big brother Alec does. (He won't.) "I'd s ... More >>
Cindy Sheehan, who became a national symbol of the anti-war movement when her son Casey was killed in Iraq, has taken to (what looks like) her official Facebook page to cast doubt on President Barack Obama's claim that the United States killed Osama Bin Laden yesterday. Sheehan grabbed headli ... More >>
Well kids, Charlie Sheen, the man who brought us so many wonderful cinematic and tabloid memories, appears to have decided to fling himself onto the massed spears of the collective media, in what is being described as a "radio rant," which resulted last evening in the cancellation of his moving, poi ... More >>
Recently the top Google Trend item -- with "volcanic" traffic -- was "Obama Deception Censored." The phrase relates to filmmaker and Infowars proprietor Alex Jones' claim that his movie Obama Deception had been "erased, obliterated, censored" from YouTube via a hacked password. (He doesn't explai ... More >>
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