Chamake Mauriene reveals America’s secret to world domination in Pravda.
Nate Jones asks, “What if every Olympic sport was photographed like beach volleyball?”
The Elements of F*cking Style drags English grammar out of the ivory tower and into the gutter, injecting a dull subject with a much-needed dose of color.
Why do we hold Nutella to a higher truth standard than our presidential candidates?
A man dressed like a goat is living among the mountain goats of northern Utah.
Rob Tornoe has revised his Joe Paterno-Bear Bryant cartoon in light of the Freeh Report.
Obama holds up “MANDATE STRUCK DOWN” headline from CNN in “DEWEY BEATS TRUMAN” photoshop
Insult comic Don Rickles told a joke about President Obama being a janitor. Like most of Rickles’ material over the last several decades, it wasn’t funny.
Thomas Friedman is like a goldfish who only sees China, jobs, and the Internet.
Rex Huppke reports, “Facts died Wednesday, April 18, after a long battle for relevancy with the 24-hour news cycle, blogs and the Internet.”
Ted Nugent, whose music I really liked when I was in junior high school, said something vile and crazy.
The story of Ensign Chuck Lord may be the greatest—or perhaps only—prank in Pentagon art history
The New Yorker’s cover has Rick Santorum in a doghouse strapped atop Mitt Romney’s car.
Barbara Boxer takes the Daily Show’s “The Vagina Ideologues” bit out of context and deconstructs it during the Senate’s Blunt amendment debate.
A discussion in the comments thread of my “Time Running Out For GOP?” post led me to a post from four-plus years ago by frequent commenter and erstwhile blogger* Michael Reynolds titled “Money, Bombs and Jesus.”
One wonders why any Republican politician would want to be associated with this image.
An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated whom Newt Gingrich is said to have asked for an “open marriage.” It was an ex-wife, not his current wife.
William Shatner loves deep-fried turkey, but over many Thanksgivings and Christmases he’s made mistakes, burned himself, and nearly burned down his house. In this dramatic retelling, Bill shows us how dangerous turkey fryers can be.
A trailer for Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox using dialogue from Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds