President Barack Obama announced plans to pull U.S. troops from Iraq in three weeks. They're flying home, then getting on a plane to Afghanistan. These hub airports make air travel so inconvenient it's no wonder the flight attendants are flipping out.
Rep. Charlie Rangel of New York denied ethics charges Tuesday as Rep. Maxine Waters of Los Angeles awaited her turn in the dock. 'Twas ever thus. Congressmen must drive their own cars in Washington because cab drivers refuse to pick up people who are statistically likely to rob them.
University of Central Florida coach George O'Leary got in trouble for OK'ing a photo shoot of a Playboy playmate in the team's locker room. It's just immoral. If God had wanted people to be naked in a locker room he would have put showers in there.
Disneyland resumed selling Davy Crockett toy rifles in Frontierland on Tuesday after a 10-year ban. However, the kids must fill out the necessary paperwork. Every gun comes with an NRA junior membership card and a GOP voter registration form.
The White House hailed Sen. Mike Bennet's Democratic primary victory Tuesday after he was endorsed by Barack Obama. His opponent was endorsed by Bill Clinton. It was Obama's fourth major victory over Clinton, after defeating Hillary for president, passing health care and staying faithful to his wife while she was out of the country.
House Democrats ripped the White House Thursday for not pushing a single-payer health bill. The GOP painted it as socialism. Republicans believe any form of outside assistance is socialism with the exception of Social Security and golf handicaps.
Al-Qaida admitted Tuesday it's started paying Sunnis to switch sides and fight against the U.S.-trained Iraqi government troops. The U.S. government paid the Sunnis to switch sides and fight against al-Qaida three years ago. The baseball commissioner tried to warn George W. Bush against bringing free agency to Iraq, but he wouldn't listen.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum proposed a law cracking down on illegal aliens in Florida similar to Arizona's law. Right now it's easy for them to sneak into Florida. They wash ashore unnoticed hidden inside bales of cocaine.
General Motors rolled out the Chevy Volt Monday, which will get 230 mpg in the city according to GM. You can't take these numbers very seriously. The way the country is going downhill the car pretty much just glides.