It’s hard not to picture a future full of warming one’s hands over oil drum fires, sleeping in tree houses, and eating old tennis shoes while desperately trying to convince myself it’s roast beef.
Buoyed up by the “young and plucky” governor from Alaska, “plucky” enough to hear death threats against her opponent and not bat her mascara, this campaign has entered into its most surreal phase yet.
After John McCain’s slightly scolding “responsibility” spiel, Obama stated bluntly that healthcare was a right.
Palin views her so-called relationship with a lesbian as providing her with permission to make homophobic commentary, as well as promote social injustice.
On health care policy, Biden made sure to bring up McCain’s proposal to tax employee health benefits to pay for his $5000 tax credit for insurance.
River Kosi bursts its embankments, adopts a new course and floods thousands of hectares of impoverished villages in the dark Indian state of Bihar. The Indian government… watches.
I ask all Americans to believe in the promise of the world’s support for Obama.
Though the GOP refers to Palin as yet another crack in the glass ceiling, Palin is really a support beam for that ceiling.
McCain’s repeated references to not being “Miss Congeniality” ended up a bit confusing—a veiled reference to his running mate?
There is a vast conspiracy controlling the U.S. government, and it is comprised of vampires, Templars, and rich people.