Spencer Ackermann previews “The Post-Gadhafi Journalism You Will Read In The Next 72 Hours.”
Rick Santorum says Saturday Night Live is bullying” him for “standing up for the traditional family.”
Beginning with “BREAKING: Witnesses reporting screams and gunfire heard inside Capitol building,” a series of tweets with the #CongressHostage hashtag have been decidedly unfunny.
Bill O’Reilly makes a convincing argument for raising taxes on the wealthy.
When an earthquake hits, people flood the internet with posts about it–some within 20 or 30 seconds.
Arturo Trejo conducts a hard-hitting interview with his son, Jose Luis
Rebecca J. Rosen explains why “Ridiculously Long CVS Receipts Will Remain Ridiculously Long.” And Mitch Hedberg ponders why they give you a receipt for a donut.
Through 20 years of effort, we’ve successfully trained everyone to use passwords that are hard for humans to remember but easy for computers to guess.
British professor Julian Lindley-French offers a tongue-in-cheek essay for the 4th of July: “American Independence: Time to End the Experiment.”
Gene Weingarten is not a fan of journalists building a brand.
Florida Today’s Jeff Parker offers this take on President Obama’s Afghanistan “drawdown,” which will culminate in getting American forces down to Bush era levels by the end of 2012.
After a decade, the Army is reversing the most hideous decision in its long history.
President Obama has issued a Proclamation designating June 2011 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month. I call upon the people of the United States to eliminate prejudice everywhere it exists, and to celebrate the great diversity of the American people.”
“Our records indicate that your annual income for the 2011 taxable year was $2,170,000,000,000. You have requested a credit limit of $17,000,000,000,000. These figures exceed the American Public’s guidelines for credit issuance”