Election Day problems; Kentucky's new governor; military salutes at sporting games funded with tax dollars; Cleveland's disappointing sports tax news; Jeb Bush's story of email about Nazi-killing time travel
Editor Kierna Mayo recently told CNN she did not get much sleep in the days leading up to the release of the November issue. That’s because the slaying of sacred cows
requires as much mental fortitude as it does physical energy.
American educators subtly use weather as device to advance their work-from-home agenda; Enquirer seeks story idea help, looks to most gullible readers for suggestions; report commissioned by parks tax supporters finds parks tax is a great idea; gun owners near site of recent shooting spree ask public not to be upset by gun violence; Bengals win again, astrophysicist confirms this is real and not park of parallel universe
Oregon is bewildering. The public massacre on the campus of
Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, by yet another
thrice-named, isolated white man, is as confusing as anything that has
ever come out of Oregon.
Indian Republican shares sex video with contacts list, then shares resignation letter; your lack of grammar skills is keeping you from getting laid; hiring event in Africa hundreds of years ago filled many labor positions, according to textbook; overlord royal Hillary Clinton unveils gun control proposals; clothing retailer that featured lots of butts in advertisements ends up ass out
It took the visit of the Holy Father, His
Excellency the Pope for John Boehner to come to his senses and be the
sacrificial lamb his Grand Old Party of Republican hard-hearts needed to
advance their agenda.
Hedge Fund manager
with power to put profits over human lives does exactly that; Pope comes
to America, informs members of Congress they suck at their jobs; black
people only vote to get free stuff and noted election-rigger Jeb Bush
knows it; Bill Nye goes off on anti-abortionists; teary orange
politician quits and 'WWE!' gets harder to write
We all know our Steelers-fan governor John Kasich has moved on from his days of being rabidly anti-abortion in order to focus on standing out amid the smelly pile that is the group of Republicans seeking nomination in the upcoming presidential election.