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Funny story: Trump Bans the Book 'Mein Kampf' in the United States

Trump Bans the Book 'Mein Kampf' in the United States

Mar-A-Lago, FL "This is an evil, nasty book and I don't care about the 1st Amendment and all that Freedom of the Press garbage, but this book will no longer be allowed within the borders of the United States!" said Trump, in a nationally televised a...

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Funny story: Assange Additionally Charged with Injuring Government Lamp

Assange Additionally Charged with Injuring Government Lamp

Not shying away from applying antiquated and little-used statutes in the interest of protecting the United States government from the actions of journalists, federal prosecutors have added a 19th count to the 18-count indictment against Wikileaks fou...

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Funny story: Man farts in elevator; elevator breaks down

Man farts in elevator; elevator breaks down

Already heralded as an omen for the new year, today’s incident in a major American city (anonymous in this report) has brought significant developments. That the elevator was also crowded has added to how to respond to the problem. Numerous que...

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Funny story: Editorial: Restore the First Amendment to the Founders' Intent

Editorial: Restore the First Amendment to the Founders' Intent

(Editor's note: This article is in response to recent concerns about the Second Amendment, and should be interpreted as part of a wider debate, especially on gun control. This article was passed along from a deep thinker who uses a pseudonym. -- Edit...

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Funny story: Berkeley County Clerk Refuses to Issue Birth Certificates

Berkeley County Clerk Refuses to Issue Birth Certificates

Berkeley County, West Virginia - Following in the footsteps of Kim Davis, Berkeley County clerk, Jean Birman is refusing to issue birth certificates to children of unwed parents citing her ultra conservative religion. Her religion strongly condem...

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Funny story: Free Speech Under Threat Once Again

Free Speech Under Threat Once Again

Despite the provisions of The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, and abridging the the freedom of speech, th...

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Funny story: Judge Leon versus Judge Pauley in the NSA championships officiated by General Hayden

Judge Leon versus Judge Pauley in the NSA championships officiated by General Hayden

No sooner had Judge Leon delivered the hard smash on to the very top of the net, with General Hayden's nose inches to one side (observing), than Judge Pauley lunged inward and scooped up the tottering ball, lofting it over and to a far corner of the...

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Funny story: "We're Not Listening to Your Phone Conversations, Idiots!"

"We're Not Listening to Your Phone Conversations, Idiots!"

Obama administration spokesperson, Jay Carney, sent this tweet from the White House to all of his followers on Twitter, signaling his own and the Administration's weariness with the waves of unwarranted criticism it has experienced in recent weeks ov...

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Funny story: Loudmouth Idiot In Class Epitome of Freedom of Speech

Loudmouth Idiot In Class Epitome of Freedom of Speech

BIRMINGHAM - David Smith, 16, is the perfect example of freedom of expression in action. The youngster, whose freedom of speech is guaranteed and written in the UN Declaration, the EU Bill of Rights and other documents, is a keen exerciser of this...

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Funny story: Puking in Public New First Amendment Right

Puking in Public New First Amendment Right

Leaked memos from the new Republican caucus in the US House of Representatives indicate that sweeping changes are going to be made to the First Amendment of the constitution of the United States. "Puking in Public and Inciting to Riot will constitute...

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Funny story: Vivian's Way

Vivian's Way

NEW YORK (AP) - NPR chief, Vivian Schiller, denied that there was anything "mafia-like" in her firing of news man, Juan Williams. "We run a legitimate business here at NPR." When asked why she was not prepared to meet Juan Williams in person w...

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Funny story: Guilderland, NY repeals First Amendment

Guilderland, NY repeals First Amendment

In a stunning upset to Ron Paul supporters, the humorless town of Guilderland, NY announced today that it has abandoned the 1st Amendment to the Constitution in favor of their own "more socially acceptable and child-friendly" amendment. Th...

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Funny story: Judge affirms post offices are God Squad-free zones

Judge affirms post offices are God Squad-free zones

Hartford, Conn - (Ass Mss): Religious pamphlets, books, stickers, publications and other superstitious God-squad propaganda have no place in "post offices run by churches and other private contractors" after US District Judge Dominic J. Squ...

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