While the original design specification for electronic voting machines stated they should register one vote, per person, per issue, there are early indications that this minimum requirement has been significantly outperformed.
Polls today show that while die hard Republicans will continue to blindly vote the party line, the important swing demographic, "idiots whose idea of investigating an issues is watching a TV commercial" are now tending to the left.
As the world looks on for signs of hypocrisy in the aftermath of the Ted Haggard scandal, many church leaders regret the dickish "holier-than-thou" attitude adopted towards Bill Clinton's lesser indiscretions.
Silicon Valley - It's been one year since Apple launched its iTunes music download service, and by all measures it has been a success. That's not enough though for ambitions CEO Steve Jobs who is now extending the service to include food and snacks...
In an unconventional move yesterday, President George Bush pushed aside the formalities and etiquette of public greeting and began blessing people and casting out evil spirits.
In an aggressive attempt to diversify into new markets, fast food giants McDonald's now allow customers to super-duper-size their order by adding a car or minivan.
In a strange marriage of politics and showbiz, John Kerry invites American Idol genius Simon Cowell on board to help choose a running mate for the 2004 election.
United Airlines have been criticized today for their recent "Visit Grandkids for $150 or less" telephone marketing campaign.
In a surprise move Bush today unveiled a pro-abortion policy paper, which if he is re-elected, could become law.
In the biggest offensive yet against gay marriage, sweeping laws come into effect after the Bush administration realizes that current law allows the legal union of a lesbian to a gay man.
Confusion followed President Bush's Earth Day announcement of the Wetlands Protection Program today when it was discovered that the land in question was, in fact, purchased by Halliburton Industries last week for $49.95.
New parent Bob Queen today came close to boiling point as baby daughter, April, squeezed out a watery stool no more than 30 seconds after a change.
The hopes of major Hollywood studios were dashed today as the Queen Mary II arrived safely in New York after a safe and uneventful maiden voyage.
In a shock announcement Mary Beth Cahill, who up to now has been the rock on which the Kerry campaign has been built, resigns and shifts her focus to the re-election of George W. Bush.
An unusual case filed today against the thriving Colorado ski resort today has come to the attention of both lawmakers and anti-spam lobbyists.
After lengthy negotiations between the two countries leaders, Bush has agreed to ask for U.N. sanctions against the state of Massachusetts and if necessary lead a peace keeping force in the invasion and occupation of Boston.
In an incredible display of hand-eye coordination, President-2-Be Kerry reached out without warning at an outdoor press conference and with true dexterity pulled a fly straight out of the air.
Polls one week after President Bush's April 13 Press Conference show a massive slip as he looses 12 points to Kerry.