George H. W. Bush survived reports of his imminent death and even one premature obit from Der Spiegel. Of course, he’s tough. If his son’s presidency didn’t finish him off, nothing will.
John Boehner’s calculations in the final days of the 112th Congress qualify him to be a Mayan calendar writer.
Watch Alex Jones defend “guns” without distinguishing between the killing capacity of a derringer and an AK-47. Then remember that the Texas Republican Party’s platform opposes the teaching of critical thinking in schools.
Re: The Zero Dark Thirty controversy, torture does not work. The only surefire confession technique is to sit the person in front of Oprah.
Jodie Foster officially came out at the Golden Globes. Who’s next – Anderson Cooper? Oh, Anderson already came out? Then you’re up, Lindsay Graham.
After he said odds favor Seattle vs. New England in the Super Bowl, Nate Silver reveals himself to be human.
Republicans are so embarrassed by Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign, they’ve hired Argo director Ben Affleck to sneak him out of the country.
On Monday, Justice Clarence Thomas spoke during oral arguments for the first time in seven years. The Court then voted 8-0 for another seven years of silence. Thomas abstained, but did not say why.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) says Republicans should shut down “certain portions” of the government. I’m for shutting down the “Marsha Blackburn” portion.
Donald Trump continues to be a leading candidate for The Darwin Awards, Lifetime Achievement.
If it’s Andrew Cuomo vs. Chris Christie in 2016, the South will re-secede in 2017.
Al Jazeera America’s local show, “Al Jazeera Arizona” will struggle in the ratings.
Eric Cantor continues to be an incredible dick.