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I am presenting this remark, from Representative Michael Burgess (R-Tex), a former OBGYN, without comment. Watch a sonogram of a 15-week baby, and they have movements that are purposeful. They stroke their face. If they’re a male baby, they may … Continue reading ?
Well, it was a beautiful dream while it lasted. The OOOOOOOO of legend is no more. The weird loops have been cast out. The mysterious curlicue will not frolic gaily on our currency. Jack Lew’s official signature as Treasury Secretary … Continue reading ?
To: Kanye West Lord of Middle and Regular Earth Secret Orbiting Corbusier-Style Compound Where I Assume You Reside Dear Kanye, Congratulations on “Yeezus,” the new album, and [To Be Determined But Probably Starts with a K], the new baby! You … Continue reading ?
Ask a stupid question, they say, and get something like the answer that Miss Utah offered on air Sunday night when asked “A recent report shows that in 40 percent of American families with children, women are the primary earners, … Continue reading ?
This is the greatest news story of all time this week. Jim Kraft, New England Patriots owner, claims that his ring was taken by Russian President Vladimir Putin back in 2005. He showed Putin the ring, Putin said (according to … Continue reading ?
The Daily Beast reported that Avril Haines, the new pick for the number-two post at the CIA, used to run something called “Between the Covers“ erotica nights way back almost 20 years ago when she was co-owner of a bookstore in Baltimore. … Continue reading ?
Jeb Bush is correct: recent immigrants do have a higher fertility rate than current citizens, and that’s exciting news in terms of keeping the U.S. population from withering off and dying after first extracting every penny from a dwindling workforce. … Continue reading ?
Maybe some people are nice all the time. They never speak ill of anyone, under any circumstances. Their hearts are pure. They attend your child’s violin recital and they legitimately believe that your child has talent. People elbow them on … Continue reading ?
With just two Mondays of decision left this month, somewhere deep in the bowels of the Supreme Court, the nine justices are sitting at a table staring at a whiteboard. The whiteboard is blank except for the bullet points “DOMA,” … Continue reading ?
Apparently, this has been going on for some time, but I spotted it for the first time today. In further Dubious Advertising Choices, Henry David Thoreau is in your Panera sign. “Drink the drink, taste the fruit. — Henry David … Continue reading ?
Hillary Clinton is finally on Twitter. Be prepared for another several years of attempts to gin up exciting will-she-won’t-she tension. Already, her bio is enough to fuel the fire of People Who Spend Their Days Gazing Intently At 2016. “Wife, … Continue reading ?
Matt Drudge, Tuesday, pondered on Twitter, “Do you get the feeling God is no longer watching over America?” It’s a predictably inflammatory question. And Twitter is exactly the place to ask it, if you do not want a serious response. … Continue reading ?
Move over, Superman. There is another caped superhero in town — Lindsay Mills, the woman believed to be Edward “Verax” Snowden’s girlfriend. The NSA leaker’s significant other described herself as a “world-traveling, pole-dancing superhero” and, after his departure, wrote on … Continue reading ?
I wasn’t much of a watcher of the old Amanda Show, but the new Amanda Show is riveting. This one has everything the Internet likes: Celebrities! People whose lives are going worse than yours! Vague morality plays! Drugs! 1990?s nostalgia! … Continue reading ?
As a general rule, you can’t pick your own nickname. You can try. “Guys,” you say, “from now on, forget that I was ever called Eustace, and address me as The Punisher.” “Okay, Poop-stace,” everyone responds. Nicknames choose you. There … Continue reading ?
PowerPoint is the one guaranteed way to make bad news worse. If you come home and someone tells you that your dog has died, you grieve and wail and beat your breast. If you come home and someone tells you … Continue reading ?
The GOP is a Nice Party and it wants to know why so many college students are putting it in the Friend Zone, according to a new survey out by the College Republican National Committee (“Grand Old Party For A … Continue reading ?
The NSA has one message for Americans, and it is: “Call your grandma.” “Seriously,” the NSA went on. “We know who you are calling, every call of every day, as the AP says. We have all your phone records, if … Continue reading ?
“Verbosity,” as Dan Quayle allegedly said, “leads to unclear, inarticulate things.” A 47-page open letter sent to the University of Montana by the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) at the Department of Education and the Department of Justice in May … Continue reading ?
Congratulations, class of 2013! Things may look bleak, but remember: No matter what, you are always going to be 4 years younger than Lena Dunham. Cling to that. I’m sure someone has already told you to do what you love, … Continue reading ?