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Red Eye: Frivolity … Possibly Not Safe For Work


Do NOT read this post if you are easily offended. Do not click on the links if you are younger than 18. The links and video contain explicit material (that is: sexual situations and nudity) It’s not that today’s episode of “Red Eye” wasn’t entertaining. It was. The cast was pithy and the guests were … Continue reading

Red Eye: Nature or Nutrition?


Two days ago, I brought you what I thought was the most important story I’d ever covered: the denial of multiple ice cream servings to Gitmo detainees. Boy, was I wrong. Because just now, on the most recent episode of “Red Eye,” Greg Gutfeld shattered my world. It appears a bakery in Indianapolis (a city) … Continue reading

Red Eye: Achmed bin (&) Jehris?


Recent events in my life have caused me to take a break from the serious news. I’ve been trying to get back into the groove, but my need for silliness and laughter has trumped any pretense I once had toward blogging integrity, researching and tackling serious issues. I planned a return to more serious posting … Continue reading

Stewart And Colbert Rally to Restore Sanity


Twitter has been abuzz with the #rally4sanity hash tag. The tag – a method of marking a word in a “tweet” as especially searchable – represents a rally to be held in Washington, DC by “funny” men Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert. This rally is to mock the “Restoring Honor” rally held by conservative Fox … Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE: Interview With Molly Norris, Artist Behind “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day”


Seattle artist Molly Norris may best be known outside of the Emerald City as she who spawned worldwide controversy after creating “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day.” The even, in which everyday people were to draw cartoon depictions of the Islamic prophet and post them online created a worldwide furor, culminating in many fatwas being placed on … Continue reading

Dissent From Washington State – A Pictorial


Lovely Washington. Known for its forests, its mountains, its grunge music and its sparkly vampires. Our largest city, Seattle, is practically a communist state, except that it’s still much more fun than one. Still, Washington is known for its love of liberal politics, though the state is often split near the 50/50 mark. Lest those … Continue reading

Birthday Wishes


Today is my birthday! Other notable things that happened on this day in history: The Boston subway opens in 1897 Hitler invades Poland, starting World War II in 1939 Bobby Fischer beats Boris Spassky, becoming world chess champion in 1972 The wreckage of the Titanic is discovered in 1985 Edgar Rice Burroughs is born in … Continue reading

Obama to FINALLY Get a Break


God love him, Barack Obama, the hardest working president in American history since January 2009, is finally getting away from the never-ending drear of his hectic schedule. In the past month alone, he has vacationed in The Gulf, spent his birthday in Chicago (while lovely wife Michele crusaded hard against Spanish fatties) and partied with … Continue reading

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