January 30, 2012

Santorum Campaign a Glaring Reminder of America's Self-Loathing

DRESSING AND ACTING LIKE A TOTAL DICK-BAG MAY ACTUALLY BE HELPING RICK SANTORUM'S PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.


After years wandering the political wilderness, former Republican senator Rick Santorum used a late surge in polling to capture a virtual tie for first place in the Iowa caucuses held earlier this month, which rejuvenated his flagging campaign and finally revealed on a national stage the level to which American self-loathing has risen.

January 27, 2012

GOP: Debates Renewed for Second Season

REALITY-TV HAS BECOME A STAPLE EVEN OF NEWS OUTLETS SUCH AS CNN.


Executives at CNN announced on Thursday that they had reached a deal with the Republican Party to renew the hit reality series GOP: Debates for a second season.

January 20, 2012

Newt Gingrich Thinking About Corn Dogs

FORMER SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE NEWT GINGRICH WON'T STOP THINKING ABOUT CORN DOGS UNTIL HE GETS BACK TO HIS HOTEL ROOM LATER AND TAKES DOWN ABOUT A HALF-DOZEN OF THEM, AT LEAST.


In the final Republican presidential debate before the key South Carolina primary election, Newt Gingrich solidified his position as a strong contender to the current front-runner, Mitt Romney. Also, he is thinking about corn dogs.

January 16, 2012

Dalai Lama: 'Glad This Tebow Bullshit is Finally Over With'



In an interview on Sunday night, the 14th Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet, said that he was “glad that this Tim Tebow bullshit is finally over and done with,” referring to the Denver Broncos’ quarterback.

January 10, 2012

Tim Tebow Orchestrates Magical One-Game Winning Streak

DENVER BRONCOS QUARTERBACK TIM TEBOW IS ACCOMPLISHING THINGS ONLY THOUSANDS OF OTHERS HAVE BEFORE HIM.


DENVER, CO — On Sunday afternoon, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow single-handedly orchestrated a magical one-game winning streak for his team, a feat that had not been accomplished in league history since earlier that day.

January 9, 2012

Starting the Iraq War Might Not Have Been the Right Thing to Do, But At Least We Erred on the Side of Thousands and Thousands of Deaths


By GEORGE W. BUSH, 43rd PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

It has been a wonderful experience these past few weeks witnessing the return of our troops from Iraq. To watch as these brave men and women come home with a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction is one of life’s true joys.

Making the call to start the Iraq War was perhaps the most difficult of my life. I struggled with it for a long time, and it was a source of tremendous anguish. In the end, the benefits of a liberated Iraq — including its ability to fight terror and to be a source of stability and freedom in a troubled region of the world — were too important to simply ignore.