May Jon Stewart's viewership not be goldfish in remembering the full breadth of the Affordable Care Act saga. "A mediocre Scrabble hand" is but a flash point in a much larger and difficult game.
Nick Di Iorio may have to settle for the TV screen instead of the U.S. House floor.
Snoop Dogg may just have officially inducted himself into President Obama's "Choom Gang." The rapper confessed -- or bragged, rather -- to Jimmy Kimmel on his Internet program "Double G News Network" that he smoked a joint in the White House bathroom back in 2013.
According to The Detroit News, Michael Moore's divorce from Kathleen Glynn was provoked by monetary disagreements, specifically Moore's anger that his wife was spending tons of money expanding their lavish Michigan home. This home is just one of nine that the couple owns from Michigan to New York.
During a speech during a Democratic National Committee event in Seattle, Washington Tuesday night, President Obama confessed that he doesn't watch the news. Throughout the speech, Obama predictably complained about the incompetence of our "broken" Congress and urged his liberal audience to get enthusiastic about voting for Democrats in the midterm elections this fall.
When White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest took a potshot at anonymous sources during a Monday briefing, he probably should have picked a meeker reporter.
In another example of the Republican Party expanding its policy tent, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) unveiled a new poverty-fighting agenda Thursday at the American Enterprise Institute.