Someone please give The Rev. Al Sharpton a debriefing on the events of the past few weeks, where employees at the Internal Revenue Service and State Department admitted to partaking in their respective scandals, because he’s still convinced that both controversies are just being overhyped by Republicans who aren’t able to “scandal the truth.”
MSNBC’s Al Sharpton convinced Benghazi, IRS scandals are overhyped by GOPers who can’t “scandal the truth”
A teacher at North Marion High School in Florida was suspended for three days without pay after allegedly touching a female student inappropriately with a banana, according to Ocala.com.
Not only was former Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Doug Shulman unaware that his former employees were improperly targeting conservative organizations under his watch, he doesn’t know what’s in the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution!
President Obama better watch out, because actor Mark Ruffalo is about to unleash the wrath of the Hulk on him.
According to Idaho Rep. Raul Labrador, one potential benefit of the Internal Revenue Service scandal is that it may increase the public’s support of the House’s efforts to repeal and replace President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare.
In the wake of destruction caused by massive tornado in Oklahoma on Monday that left at least 91 dead, two professional athletes with Oklahoma roots have gone above and beyond the call to help out their fellow Sooners.
“Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis isn’t head-over-heels for the jurors that found him guilty of assault and false imprisonment earlier this month – in fact, he thinks they’re “mentally f-ing retarded.”