The South Carolina Republican Party briefly considered selling the naming rights to its 2012 primary to Stephen Colbert – and his satire-laced super PAC.
“Two Lesbians Raised A Baby And This Is What They Got.” If you’ve been on Facebook during the last few days, you might have seen this headline, which has been shared over one million times (as of this writing) since it was posted …
He isn’t even old enough to raise a glass in celebration.
An Iowa teenager has been elected mayor in his hometown of Aredale — a town with a population of 73, according to the New York Daily News. Jeremy Minnier, 18, a …
Iowa may have joined the handful of states recognizing same-sex marriage, but gay couples are still fighting for recognition. A gay couple sued the state after the Iowa Department of Public Health refused to list both women on …
First a friendship, and then a garage, went up in flames in Des Moines, Iowa this week.
Quite simply, this is life imitating art.
Have you cried at your desk at work yet today? Would you like to? Then read on.
“If Florida moves, it would create chaos. The calendar would be so compressed that the states that are trying to more relevant, that I don’t think it would do any good for them.”
— CHAD CONNELLY, South Carolina GOP chairman, …
The down economy has fueled theft of all sorts: shoplifting, bank robberies – and even pig heists.
In the wake of their decision, they should have expected nothing less than ridicule and satire from Colbert himself.
Stephen Colbert’s Super PAC is no joke. It’s just made its first endorsement in the 2012 presidential race.
Who knew the Appalachian foothills were home to the country’s best college parties?