When Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney found himself in hot water for saying that nearly half of the American people "think of themselves as victims," his running mate, Rep. Read more
Senior citizens: wise to the Ryan plan? The VP Candidate, most well known for his desire to privatize medicare, was soundly booed--repeatedly--at an appearance today before the senior citizen lobbying group AARP.
Two scientists at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco have found that cannabidiol (CBD), a non-toxic marijuana compound that delivers many of weed's benefits without the high, might stop metastis in aggressive cancer, "potentially altering the fatality of the disease forever." Read more
Well, the headlines on this one kind of wrote themselves after the right wing host went on a very Freudian and not very nice tirade about shrinking member size.
Here's Wonkette, which gives you a sense of all of them: At Last, Rush Limbaugh Knows Who To Blame For His Tiny Penis Read more
Ann Romney has been derided as being out of touch and inaccessible, but her recent comments seem to indicate that she is very in touch with the current temperature of the election--in Iowa today she reacted to the naitonal pile-on of pundits, even conservatives saying her husband has to get his campaign together.
Last night Stephen Colbert took on the Romney camp's desperation for the Latino vote--while refusing to endorse policies that would actually help Latinos.
Watch this trenchant, irony-steeped segment on Romney's failed effort at reaching out to Latinos uses the words of both Romneys against them:
The billionaire Koch brothers, Charles and David, richest men on earth #7 and 8 (but together with more wealth than #1) have been in the headlines all summer thanks to their pouring funds into SuperPACS designed to unseat President Obama and the Democrats. Read more