Monthly Archive: July, 2011

House Druid Caucus Sticks Together On Debt Debate

WASHINGTON D.C. There’s been a lot of attention this week on the South Carolina Representatives and their prayer meetings over the debt ceiling debate. This group—Rep. Jeff Duncan, Rep. Trey Gowdy, Rep. Mick… Continue reading

OCD Organization Still Unable to Get Conference Started

SAN DIEGO, CA. The International OCD Federation has been trying to hold it’s first annual conference since 1986. Their conference would be the only national meeting focused solely on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)… Continue reading

Americans Flee as Economy Hits Bottom

LAREDO TX.  Mexican citizen Hector Ruiz was crawling through an unguarded culvert along the Texas -Mexico border last week when he ran into an unusual obstacle- a desperate and hungry Texas family coming… Continue reading

Stem Cell Breakthrough: A Kidney That Chews

TOKYO. Japanese researchers have announced a stunning breakthrough in stem cell bio-engineering. Japanese bio engineers have succeeded in growing a tooth from cells implanted into a mouse kidney, using a technique that could create these chomping kidneys faster than previously tested… Continue reading

Poll: Americans Believe Congress Full of Idiots

ST. LOUIS, MO. A new poll by Ipsos North America reveals that 90% of Americans think Congress is a hall of idiots. Still, the poll also revealed, no one wants the job. “We’re stuck… Continue reading

Republicans and Democrats Agree: Debt Limit Crisis is Fault of One Man

WASHINGTON D.C. They don’t agree on much these days. But the Obama administration and Congressional Republicans have agreed on one thing. The blame for this debt limit crisis is clearly on the shoulders… Continue reading

Get Off the Potter

GRAND RAPIDS, MI. One man can’t wait for the latest installment in the Harry Potter film franchise to hit theaters, but he’s not standing in line for tickets. Joe Voldemort, a plumber in Grand… Continue reading

Point-Counterpoint: How to Solve The Debt Crisis?

POINT By James Bates Jr., Madison High Valedictorian, Class of 2011 and obnoxiously gifted 15-year old video gaming entrepreneur  The Debt Problem? Too Many Old People! There are too many old people. Or more precisely, too much… Continue reading

Deconstructing the Debt Crisis Meeting Remarks

WASHINGTON D.C. With the debt ceiling deadline fast approaching, President Barack Obama called Congressional leaders to a meeting at the White House today. As expected, both sides have issued statements about the meeting… Continue reading

Twitter Users Contributing to Increasing Entropy, Evangelicals Delighted

BETHESDA, MD. They post under clever names like @SteveMartinToGo, @StephenAtHome, and @GarryShandling. Well, sometimes the names are clever. Regardless, scientists say their meandering posts are behind an accelerated growth of the universe’s Entropy. “…the… Continue reading