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Funny story: Mario Batali Detained

Mario Batali Detained

The famous chef was arrested last week for being a suspected illegal immigrant and was remanded to a federal detention facility in Georgia. Mr. Batali was hosting a celebrity-chef cook-off in a studio at the Food Network when he was forcibly remov...
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Funny story: Koch Brothers Name 2014 Candidate Selections

Koch Brothers Name 2014 Candidate Selections

Was Wednesday's Supreme Court ruling a late April Fool's joke? No! The 5-4 vote further eliminated limits on the amount of money an individual donor can contribute to elections, just as the election season is heating up. Charles and David Koch...
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Funny story: G.O.P. Looking Ahead, Far Ahead

G.O.P. Looking Ahead, Far Ahead

Elated, but not content with new ballot restrictions imposed in nine swing states since 2013, Republicans are seeking to further reduce Democratic participation in future elections by 'potential' Dems by targeting kids in kindergarten and grade schoo...
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Funny story: Justice Department Indicts Mortgage Czar

Justice Department Indicts Mortgage Czar

In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis stemming from massive mortgage security fraud, the Justice Department, under increasing pressure to hold someone (anyone) accountable, has named Patrick "Patsy" Connelly as a principle target for prosecution.
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Funny story: Strange Game, Odd Team - Red Team Looking to Fall Playoffs

Strange Game, Odd Team - Red Team Looking to Fall Playoffs

Spring is in the air and with it comes a strong whiff of manure being spread on the playing fields. Training commenced at the recent CPAC outing where team owners Charles and David Koch and principal coaches John Boehner and Mitch McConnell evaluate...
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Funny story: Gummint Sausage Analysis

Gummint Sausage Analysis

Some have said that it is never advisable to look too closely at what goes into the making of sausage; that doing so can reduce one's appetite for the product. However, in the interest of public health and safety, a group of investigators has been l...
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Funny story: China Announces 900 Dash Line

China Announces 900 Dash Line

China is becoming increasingly confident in its dealings with the rest of the world, flexing its economic clout and heightened military power. Its controversial Nine-dash line attempts to shoulder the neighboring countries of Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiw...
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Funny story: Ruling Authority to Re-Institute HUAC, Cites New "Red Scare"

Ruling Authority to Re-Institute HUAC, Cites New "Red Scare"

In light of attempts to dismantle the United States government by "red district" congressmen and dangerous outside groups, the R.A. plans to bring back the House Un-American Activities Committee. The earlier Committee, formed to investigate so-cal...
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Funny story: The American People Speak, Boehner Hears Voices

The American People Speak, Boehner Hears Voices

Steely blue eyes ablaze with conviction, Speaker of the House John Boehner (R - Ohio) expresses the will of the American People. In virtually every speech, the phrase "the American People want" passes his righteous lips with prophetic certainty and...
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Funny story: Trump to Join GOP Comedy Tour

Trump to Join GOP Comedy Tour

The comedy trio of Bachman, Gohmert, and King bombed in Cairo. Critics say that they need a fourth member, perhaps with odd red hair, to really wow a difficult audience. Larry, Curly, and Moe could stand on their own as a comedy trio, but they ha...
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Funny story: Congrressional Scheduling Conflicted

Congrressional Scheduling Conflicted

Since the U.S. Congress has been in recess through the month of August and will be in session for only nine days in September, the leadership is having difficulties in finding a time slot to fit in what President Obama considers a time sensitive issu...
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Funny story: Radical Extremist Grammarians Riot at Library of Congress

Radical Extremist Grammarians Riot at Library of Congress

Members of the Red Pencil Faction of the P.L.O. (Pedants for Literacy Organization) clashed with riot police on the steps of the Library of Congress yesterday morning. Carrying signs that read "'Irregardless' is Not a Word!" and "'General Consensus'...
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Funny story: Corporate C.E.O.s Organize for More Pay

Corporate C.E.O.s Organize for More Pay

Ever since President Ronald Reagan busted the air-traffic controllers' union, organized labor has been on the decline. Now, that trend has begun to change with the formation of the 'Fortune 500 Executive Leader's Union'. The fledgling union has a...
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Funny story: Linguistic Balkanization of Congress Studied

Linguistic Balkanization of Congress Studied

Luci Tung, Phd. in Linguistic Research at Babel University, has recently released her groundbreaking study of the increase in disparity of the meaning of common English words as used by members of the U.S. Congress. She begins by showing how cultu...
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Funny story: 'Cruz' Control Needed, Says Immigration Reform Advocate

'Cruz' Control Needed, Says Immigration Reform Advocate

Lester Montoya, speaking for the group Rational Law Reform, said yesterday that Texas Senator Ted Cruz has gone too far in his latest proposed amendment to the senate bill designed to overhaul immigration policy in the U.S. The amendment would req...
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Funny story: Jester Program Suffers Setbacks

Jester Program Suffers Setbacks

Harley Quinn died last week at a Glenn Beck event. The 47 year-old comic assigned to Beck by The Ruling Authority choked on his own words and died on-stage before an audience of Mr. Beck's fans. The county coroner, a Republican appointee, ruled t...
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Funny story: Justice Scalia Gets Knuckles Rapped

Justice Scalia Gets Knuckles Rapped

93 Year-old Sister Maria Inamorata caused a stir today when she halted court proceedings to admonish Justice Antonin Scalia. In the middle of a series of caustic questions the Justice was delivering to a clearly distressed plantiff's lawyer, the d...
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Funny story: Ruling Authority announces first congressional draft

Ruling Authority announces first congressional draft

In its first pick in the new congressional draft, the Ruling Authority selected Arnold Sayers of New Ipswitch, Maine. The thirty-eight year old plumber was dragged kicking and screaming from his home to replace Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama, also...
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Only 38% of Americans Can Name the 3 Branches of US Government

Recent poll results indicate vast majority of US citizens dumber than ever before. Cyber addicted, they flock to the latest Apple phones, seeking to redouse themselves in brain-dead video apps. Ugh!!

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