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Funny story: Donald Trump Is Creating A New Political Vocabulary

Donald Trump Is Creating A New Political Vocabulary

New York -- Presidential hopeful Donald Trump is changing the way America talks and thinks about presidential politics. New words and phrases are continually popping up on the campaign trail. They are being generated by the candidate himself as well...
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Funny story: U.S. Citizens To Be Used As Anti-Terrorist Sentries Around Europe

U.S. Citizens To Be Used As Anti-Terrorist Sentries Around Europe

French President Francois Hollande today thanked three U.S. citizens for their brave intervention on a packed Subway train after their actions thwarted a heavily armed terrorist and undoubtedly saved dozens of innocent lives. Mr Hollande wasted no...
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Funny story: 1988: A Mock Epic for Two Parties

1988: A Mock Epic for Two Parties

1988: A Mock Epic for Two Parties "I can't believe I'm losing to this guy." Michael Dukakis to Diane Sawyer, 1988. Election night and I turn on Democracy on CNN. Proclaim, O Muse, how it turned out We ended up with such a rout. Was sleaze this year inordinate Or do our noses swim in stink? So that we can't tell gold from brass Or why George Bush lacks any class. The Hero of my ep...
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Funny story: California Law Makers Consider Taxating Gravity

California Law Makers Consider Taxating Gravity

Sacramento, CA: California residents were outraged a few years ago when a "rain tax" was under consideration, but then the clouds parted and the Golden State was blessed with a history making drought. Despite worrying whether or not showering will be...
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Funny story: Satirical News Writers Struggle to Create Exaggerated Headlines Concerning Donald Trump

Satirical News Writers Struggle to Create Exaggerated Headlines Concerning Donald Trump

Hollywood, CA and Planet Zorbion- A group of satirical news writers have expressed utter frustration in coming up with hyperbole-filled headlines and stories concerning Donald Trump. A 20-year veteran of the field, Mark Wadink, complained, "Any t...
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Funny story: Help, please for the love of god, somebody help me

Help, please for the love of god, somebody help me

By Donald Trump Let me be frank. I don't want to be President. I never did. Someone very powerful offered me 20 million dollars to run a campaign and I couldn't refuse that offer. Now they're not letting me back out and I am regretting it immensely. I'm trying to sabotage my campaign and you keep voting for me in the polls. Stop it! Just stop it already! I've had enough! What more do I need...
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Funny story: FOX News Releases Coiffe of August 6th Republican Myiasis

FOX News Releases Coiffe of August 6th Republican Myiasis

(New York) FOX News President Roger Ailes, in association with the New York State Athletic Commission President Tom Hoover and the Ohio Athletic Commission Chairman Tim Ochsenhirt, this morning outlined the protocol and procedures that have been adop...
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Funny story: Lafayette: Feeling good about ourselves

Lafayette: Feeling good about ourselves

Bobby Jindal says it's the wrong time to talk about gun control and he should know since he w as told by other Republican politicians who say this each and every time something like Lafayette occurs.  When the grieving is over, assuming Republican p...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Economics

Political Science 101: Economics

ECONOMICS In order to understand the relationship between politics and economics one must know the historical context. The economy is based on industry, and industry is based on production. So to find the origin of the economy we must trace it back to the source, when early man first philosophized about the meaning of life and his place in the universe. Two things he knew for sure: he had to...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Parties

Political Science 101: Parties

Political Parties Politicians use the fun-sounding term "party" to mask the true nature of their tyrannical groups involved with plotting ploys and scheming scams in an unrelenting battle to feed their insatiable appetite for power. Out in public it's all smiles, handshakes and baby kissing. But behind closed doors their true colors show, but no one sees because they're in smoke filled rooms.
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Politicians

Political Science 101: Politicians

Politicians Politicians have always been among the most diabolical villains on earth. Most are just mouthpieces or figureheads especially skilled at schmoozing, boozing, and losing elections. Those who win become puppets of their special interest handlers who bribe them with cash and other amenities. It's no joke when politicians smugly utter the famous quote, "Money is the mother's milk of...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 3: Totalitarianism

Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 3: Totalitarianism

Totalitarianism This is the tyrannical dictator's system of choice. Wildly popular among fascist states and royal monarchies around the world because it seizes and maintains power the easy way -- by brute force. Still ruthless rulers become role models that their subjects aspire to be - due to wishful thinking or delusions of grandeur, or both. These leaders are excellent examples of the...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 2: Communism

Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 2: Communism

Communism In theory this is an all-for-one, one-for-all, universally equitable type of utopia fantasized about in every socialist's wet dream. It appealed to the proletariat peasantry as an ideological alternative to their bourgeoisie baron slave masters. It looked good on paper but poor branding doomed it from the start when Western PR propaganda portrayed its hammer & cycle logo to sy...
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Funny story: Political Animals

Political Animals

Political Animals Though we hate to admit it human beings are an animal species that evolved from the suborder Anthropoidea (apes). Despite our more advanced state of intellectual development we're still stuck with primitive behavioral tendencies that dictate our destiny. This is evident in the way political systems function. The power struggles among politicians resemble a herd of wa...
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Funny story: Obama To Run For Reelection…AGAIN!?

Obama To Run For Reelection…AGAIN!?

President Obama has been the center of GOP attacks since his inauguration in 2008. Republicans openly express their dissatisfaction with the Obama administration's policy decisions and take every opportunity to criticize & condemn the administrat...
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Funny story: Jeb Bush Calls for Mandatory Work Hours Increase

Jeb Bush Calls for Mandatory Work Hours Increase

Not only does Presidential Candidate Jeb Bush say that Americans need to work more hours in order to grow the struggling American economy, he also feels that they should be forced to work these extended hours. The Republican hopeful laid out his pla...
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Funny story: Chris Christie Announces Bid for President Presidentie

Chris Christie Announces Bid for President Presidentie

This week, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for president presidentie in the 2016 election. Christie told a group of supporters in his hometown of Livingston, New Jersey, that he feels he has...
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Funny story: National movement towards apathy gathers precisely no momentum

National movement towards apathy gathers precisely no momentum

The Young people of today who just don't care about the world around them and are generally ignorant and dismissive of politics and life in general now have a voice. Life is getting increasingly harder for the younger generation of today yet The C...
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Funny story: Protests Over Cartoons

Protests Over Cartoons

Today, there were violent protests throughout the City of London about the depiction of HSBC's profit margin in a cartoon in a Danish newspaper. The protesters asked for the head of HSBC and burned a number of cheque books. Despite three deaths,...
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Donald Trump fails to sign pledge not to run for King in 2016

Republican presidential hopeful, Donald Trump, announced Today that he has not signed a pledge not to run for King.
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