This video meme never grows old! Now Hitler's Plans to Destroy Bitcoin Have Failed.
FCC Chairman Says Critics Are Overreacting to New Plan The Federal Communications Commission plan to send “researchers” into newsrooms in order to observe how stories are selected and reported has sparked fears of government intimidation and censo
After several prominent Palestinians asserted that they were descended from the ancient Canaanites, leaders of the Canaanite city-states emphatically ruled out the notion that their descendants were modern-day Palestinians.
Snuggly the Security Bear and Obama have been busier than we all thought in the United States of Surveillance. After the revelations by whistleblower Edward Snowden, we know more about the full extent of NSA domestic spying.
Obama Defends “Flip-Flop” on Executive Orders Before he became President, Senator Barack Obama was a strident critic of George Bush's use of Executive Orders to get around Congressional participation in policy making.
Yellen is next up on the Tower of Power. Not tall enough to ride? Nothing a bigger batch of stimulus can't solve!
José Padilha’s remake of Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop opens in theaters tomorrow, but a very different kind of RoboCop has been making the rounds online. Our RoboCop Remake is a crowdsourced remake of the 1987 original, combining the work of more than ..
An Ashland, Ore., resident on Monday used satire to point out the idiocy of the proposed ordinance to City Council members.
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Dems Say Obamacare Will Liberate Millions from Workplace Drudgery Democrats touted a Congressional Budget Office report that projects more than 2 million workers will opt out of full time work because of the Affordable Care Act's subsidies for une
Dems May Copyright “Obamacare” Name Inspired by the NFL's aggressive action against unauthorized use of the term “Super Bowl,” the Obama Administration is reportedly taking steps to copyright the term “Obamacare.” The most recent example of the NF
Police Commissioner Says Bludgeoning of Jaywalker Justified New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton defended the bludgeoning of 84 year old Kang Wong by City police officers as “fully justified.” The incident occurred as part of the City's
For most finance novices, the language of mutual funds can be a mix of daunting, impressive, and suspicious.
California State Senator Kevin de Leon uttered this comedic jewel the other day as he was promoting his new gun control bill, SB 808. Anyone with even a basic familiarity with firearms or the English language will see how stupid this is instantly
DOJ Refuses to Press Charges for IRS Abuses After investigating the IRS's discriminatory treatment of the President's political opponents, Barbara Bosserman, a lawyer in the Department of Justice’s civil rights division, has determined that “no ch
This stunt promotion for Devil's Due scares the hell out of concerned passersby and it's hilarious. [VIDEO]
As NewsBusters has been reporting for months, late night comics have been tearing the atrocious rollout of ObamaCare apart.
GOP Bill on Obamacare ID Theft Irks White House A Republican bill that would require the Department of Health and Human Services to inform persons whose identities may have been stolen via the Obamacare website was roundly criticized as “defamator
But today--today!--they arrived. I knew as soon as I saw the envelope with the return address: Missouri Department of Revenue, Motor Vehicle Department. My hands trembled as I ripped it open--and there they were: glorious yellow, highly reflective,
Difficulty Adding Newborns to Obamacare Not a “Glitch” Says Sebelius While admitting that the process for adding a new baby to a family's Affordable Care Act insurance coverage is “difficult,” Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
President Says “Right of Conscience” Not Valid for Military Personnel “I am the Commander-in-Chief,” Obama explained. “It is every soldier's duty to carry out my orders without hesitation or mental reservation. No religious dogma can be permitted
From Jennifer Lawrence to Teresa Palmer, the "Brand X" host is spellbound by the beauty of Hollywood's ladies.
Detroit Ruins Draw Tourists to City Detroit's decline into bankruptcy and decay seems to have boosted its desirability as a sight for tourists to visit. Howard Carter, a recent visitor to the City's ruins, was quite enthusiastic, “It's like seeing
Bill Would Require State Approval to Homeschool Ohio State Senator Capri Cafaro (D-Hubbard) has introduced legislation to boost state regulation of homeschooling. Senate Bill 248 would require that parents be investigated and approved before being
Car commercials from the 1960s are delightfully cheesy by today's standards.
China touches down on the Moon, finishing a distant third in the decades-long space race marathon.
Secretary Says Insurers Should Waive Premiums While the Government continues to struggle with what seem to be insurmountable problems with the Affordable Care Act's implementation, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius urged insure
Last week The National Reconnaissance Office launched a new satellite called NROL-39 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, and a lot of people noticed a picture of a massive octopus straddling the earth.