The FCC is famous for levying heavy fines for stations putting anything on the air that is remotely outside of their “decency” guidelines, but they have recently approved a television station on Maui with call letters that — well, let’s just say, is a homonym that if spoken will get you slapped to death at […]

TheHill.com has a feature entitled The 50 Most Beautiful People on Capitol Hill. At first I thought that being one of the “most beautiful” people in Congress is like being the best ballerina in Lubbock, but then I checked the list and it contains a lot of aids and staffers to various Reps. and Senators. […]

TheHill.com has a feature entitled The 50 Most Beautiful People on Capitol Hill. At first I thought that being one of the “most beautiful” people in Congress is like being the best ballerina in Lubbock, but then I checked the list and it contains a lot of aids and staffers to various Reps. and Senators. […]

The House defense bill passed out of subcommittee on Wednesday, and there are 1,776 earmarks contained therein. 1776? That Congress is so patriotic. Porkbusters has a list of all the requests, and the House member making the request. Below are some actual earmarks in the appropriations bill that I’ve taken the liberty of translating from […]

The newspaper famous for its wildly fabricated stories, crazy reporting of often completely fictional events, and doctored and staged photos is closing the doors on its print business. No, not the New York Times — I’m referring to The Weekly World News: Owner American Media Inc. announced that the tabloid’s Aug. 27 issue will be […]

Today’s example of what happens when you don’t heed the business axiom “know your customer” is brought to you by the Telluride, Colorado Town Council: A backlash quickly emerged after the Telluride Town Council adopted a resolution last week calling for the impeachment of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney. “It’s huge, […]

There’s a reason they call it “going green,” and it’s has nothing to do with plants and trees: General Electric Co. said on Wednesday it is launching the first U.S. credit card with rewards dedicated to reducing cardholders’ carbon emissions. A panel of environmentalists and GE executives will discuss what the company called “greening” of […]

Fred Thompson announced that his official presidential campaign that does not officially exist is changing non-existent gears. Thompson’s presidential campaign will still unofficially exist in an officially speculative sense, but now former Michigan Senator Spencer Abraham will act as Thompson’s campaign manager, at least until the campaign is officially announced — the unofficial date of […]

If any of you are on a diet right now, this will help facilitate it. The launch party for Hillary Clinton’s new headquarters in San Francisco was held yesterday, and it was crashed by members of Code Pink (so named in honor of all the Pepto Bismol you have to drink after seeing them) and […]

A. Whitney Brown, who was a writer for Saturday Night Live in the early to mid 80′s, is featured on the Daily Kos. Why? Brown “supports the troops” in a fashion that suggests he’s attempting to fill the void that will be left after voters in Minnesota send Al Franken to Congress. Here are some […]

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