Newsbusters pointed out what has to be the funniest headline of the day, if not the week. It’s from an article in the Washington Post, and it’s called “Democrats pledge to restrain spending.” If you have today’s copy of the Washington Post, you can find this article on the same page with “Dogs promise to stop […]

Hide the kids, lock the wine cellar, and don’t leave your children alone at the craps table, because Michael Jackson is back in the United States: Ending 18 months of seclusion in Europe, reclusive superstar Michael Jackson was on a plane to the United States late Saturday bound for Las Vegas, where he plans a comeback. Jackson […]

Yes, we even work on Christmas. Well, not really — I wrote a column completely unrelated to Christmas a few days ago, and it’s up today at WorldNetDaily. It’s about European opinion of the death penalty in the United States, and the weight that opinion carries when many U.S. courts are rendering decisions. Give a read to […]

Yes, we even work on Christmas. Well, not really — I wrote a column completely unrelated to Christmas a few days ago, and it’s up today at WorldNetDaily. It’s about European opinion of the death penalty in the United States, and the weight that opinion carries when many U.S. courts are rendering decisions. Give a read to […]

Tomorrow morning, the kids will tear through their presents like famished lions picking off the slowest gazelles in the herd, and living room will be strewn with the cardboard and torn-paper carcasses. Shortly thereafter, the department store gift return counters will have lines so long and slow moving that World War II veterans will have flashbacks of the evacuation of Dunkirk. Perhaps […]

On Friday, Toyota announced that they expected to be the world’s number one automaker in 2007. General Motors has been dethroned, and it appears that, for the foreseeable future, they won’t regain former dominance, and Ford and Chrysler will also continue to founder. Throw the U.S. government’s intrusive mitts into the equation, and we’ve got […]

If you’ve seen the movie “Full Metal Jacket,” you know that drill instructor is one tough dude. It turns out that he’s retired from the Corps and has found employment working for Santa at the North Pole. (h/t to Kitty) [youtube]4qMVSis5lyk[/youtube]

Isn’t it amazing what a lack of evidence can accomplish? After many months of searching in an attempt to create a case around a preconceived outcome, prosecutor Mike Nifong has dropped the rape charges against three Duke lacrosse players. From the A.P.: Prosecutors dropped rape charges Friday against three Duke University lacrosse players accused of attacking a stripper […]

Okay everybody, prepare yourselves. When anti-war activists Paul Reffell and Donna Sheehan planned their latest peace-making project — the synchronized global orgasm — to fall on Dec. 22, they may not have realized that it’s the last Friday before Christmas. It’s a day many people take off, and so, have a little extra time on […]

Okay everybody, prepare yourselves. When anti-war activists Paul Reffell and Donna Sheehan planned their latest peace-making project — the synchronized global orgasm — to fall on Dec. 22, they may not have realized that it’s the last Friday before Christmas. It’s a day many people take off, and so, have a little extra time on […]

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