Bush Administration Official Condemns Common White House Invitation

The same day that Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly went toe to cloven hoof over the Obama Administration’s White House invitation to rapper Common, Darryl W. Jackson, who served in the Bush Administration as an assistant secretary of commerce from 2005 to 2009 chimed in with his two cents. Luckily for us, the value of American currency is on the decline since his argument was basically a regurgitation of Fox News’ rhetoric. However, he did include one doozy worth noting.

The Sperminator Schwarzenegger Admits to Fathering Child With Household Staffer

Apparently while Maria Shriver was defending her husband Arnold Schwarzenegger through allegations of sexual misconduct back in 2003, the soon to be “Governator” was likely getting it on with the help (hence our affectionate new nickname, “The Sperminator” – action figures coming soon). Obviously, he was having trouble keeping it in his pants so much so that he fathered a child with a household staffer 10 years ago. But what really takes the cake is…

Jon Kyl Claims Stephen Colbert is Part of the Bilderberg Group’s Plan for Global Domination (VIDEO)

Stephen Colbert kept at Congressman Jon Kyl on Wednesday with tweet after tweet of ’round-the-clock #NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement statements.

The British Launch an Emotional Appeal for the Banks on 10 O’Clock Live

We’re not the only ones with problem’s … or comedians as it turns out. Just this year Channel 4 launched 10 O’Clock Live, a weekly, live comedy and current affairs show hosted by David Mitchell, Jimmy Carr, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne. It is British humor so you either love it or you’re an idiot! […]

TIME Says These Are The Must-Follow Twitter Feeds

Hartford Courant: The Time list includes the predictable — Justin Bieber (“MANCHESTER was one of the best shows ever. It was just FUN!! CROWD WAS HYPED!! THANK YOU and LET’S Do It Again Tomorrow!!) and Stephen Colbert (“An apple a day may keep the doctor away — but all these Macbooks are getting expensive”) but also …