Adam Smith, whom you might remember from his viral video attacking a Chik-Fil-A employee, is a sad reminder of how mere minutes of bad-decision-making on the internet can change the rest of your life.
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John Boehner, who has long been a member of Congress, reflected on how difficult his name made it to win his congressional first election.
Possible Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley is capitalizing on the fact that two individuals likely running for president are members of political dynasty families.
Comedy Central announced South African comedian Trevor Noah as Jon Stewart’s replacement on “The Daily Show” Monday.
John Oliver is taking a stand against April Fools’ Day. “April Fools’ Day is to comedy as St. Patrick’s Day is to Irish culture. That is to say it is a mockery of the very concept that usually ends in a fist fight,” Oliver said. Oliver presented his extremely well-thought-out reasoning against the holiday in […]
NATIONAL JOURNAL — When Sen. Rand Paul makes his first visit to Iowa as an official presidential candidate next month, he will head to the campus of the University of Iowa. The location—one of the state’s biggest liberal strongholds—seems unusual for a Republican, but Paul is headed there in the hopes of appealing to a […]
Liberals are already attacking Ted Cruz’s credentials, suggesting he’s no more qualified to run than Obama, whom conservatives have long mocked for his resume as a “community organizer.
This is definitely not the Bambi of your childhood.
Carly Fiorina’s 2016 campaign is all but certain now—and she’s making no secret as to whom she’ll be targeting.
Bill Maher’s politics are not always the greatest. But when it comes to knocking down the liberal PC brigade, he is on point like no other.
What if another company–say, Pep Boys (or Girls! Or Whatever!)–took on their own campaign to talk about gender and sexual identity?
Dwayne Johnson hosted SNL last night, so naturally he had to play a muscled-up Obama, who can finally do all the things he really wants—like throw John Boehner through a window and rip of Tom Cotton’s hand.
Welcome to #SMH Fridays! Obviously, that’s Internet speak for “shaking my head” Fridays, but you already knew that.
Strident anti-capitalist rants, whizzing matches with FOX News, crazy comparisons (“Is [London's Mayor] A Bigger Problem Than Jihadi John?”) — it’s all enough to earn Russell Brand a spot as one of the world’s five leading intellectuals.
Jimmy Fallon was just immortalized in not one, but five brand new wax figures for Madame Tussauds wax museums all over the country and the likeness is uncanny. So much so, in fact, that it can be a little creepy. Fallon premiered a slightly-darker-than-usual sketch with his wax statues Thursday night that featured the six of […]
The liberal comedian particularly skewered members of the news network for asking individuals to give them credit for rightly insisting that people not rush to judgement on the Ferguson case.
Who doesn’t enjoy singing and dancing in the car on their way to work? The only way that kind of jam session could be made better is if the pop star behind the song was sitting beside you in the passenger seat singing along. James Corden, the new host of “The Late Late Show,” got […]
As far as forced March Madness tie-ins go, this is a 1-seed.
With everyone from Nancy Grace to the DEA decrying to evils of medical marijuana on cable news, it’s easy to think the world is ending and the sky is falling. “The Daily Show” mocked these reports in a hilarious segment Wednesday night. With Correspondent Hasan Minhaj on the scene in Applegate, Oregon — the “heart of […]
Jimmy Kimmel produced a “March Madness” edition of “Lie Witness News” during which his staff asked passersby on Hollywood Boulevard about fake basketball teams, players and events that have “happened” during the NCAA college basketball tournament.