As the Obama administration woefully attempts to fix its ailing website, healthcare.gov, one insurance company is taking advantage of the government’s grim situation and capitalizing on the joke that is the Affordable Care Act’s implementation — a fart joke that is.
Building on the popularity of political TV shows like “Veep” and “House of Cards,” Amazon.com’s Prime members now get to view a new political sitcom - “Alpha House” - starring “Roseanne” actor John Goodman. The catch: The show literally goes out of its way to mock Republicans, so much so that the jokes are no longer funny and, at times, borderline offensive.
Millennials sure know a lot about twerking, Miley Cyrus and Justin Beiber. But when it comes to U.S. history and the Gettysburg Address, specifically, not so much.
Spirit Airlines is jumping on the Obamacare train wreck, unveiling a new promotion called the Affordable Fare Act to advertise their low-price tickets at the expense of President Barack Obama and his signature healthcare law.
Uh oh, indeed, Kathleen Sebelius.
First Colorado’s state health insurance exchange gave America “brosurance,” and now they’re giving Coloradans dogsurance — literally.
The Democratic National Committee is so desperate to get donors to attend its shindigs that it’s slashed ticket prices for a high-dollar fundraiser in San Francisco next week in half.
It’s not bad enough that an Illinois university misidentified former President Abraham Lincoln as a Democrat on a plaque, but now its students are blissfully unaware of the party the “Great Emancipator” belonged to.