A group of college students at San Francisco State University found their classroom transformed into a campaign headquarters recently when their professor asked them to design a political campaign ad, with the option of designing it for his potential mayoral run.
In the midst of a hilarious address to the 2013 graduating class at the University of Virginia, comedian Stephen Colbert had a serious message for the eager crowd: if you owe anything, it’s to the Chinese.
Despite an investigation that has revealed a concerted effort to target conservatives in what is quickly becoming a national scandal, liberal blowhard Ed Schultz appears puzzled as to why the IRS would issue an apology to those conservative groups.
Lots of legislation in New York City is turning heads in recent days – from 17 ounce soda bans to limits on how much salt restaurants can use. But the Big Apple’s latest bill up for consideration, and likely to pass, would allow non-U.S. residents residing in New York City to vote in city elections.
Simply by checking the box for GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2012, actress Stacey Dash lost the respect of a black, women’s lifestyle magazine. Online magazine “Madame Noire“ nominated Dash along with celebrities that are accused of domestic violence and purported sex with minors in a list titled, “Celebrities we lost respect for in 2012.”
Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update” skit featured the always animated Democratic strategist James Carville pontificating about the recent gun control debate. Carville (played by Bill Hader) claimed Republicans’ recent gun control victory in the Senate is a result of a “meeting” in which the GOP decided to declare that they had won the 2012 Presidential election.
It finally took a lefty comedian to point out that President Obama never fulfilled one of the first promises he made as President of the United States: to close Guantanamo Bay. “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart thoroughly documented the president’s ever-changing rhetoric on the broken campaign promise-turned whiny blame game.
In the ultimate act of feminism, sitting Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA) has announced on Facebook that she and her husband are expecting their first child.