Bush Bites Back!
President Bush has announced at a press conference today that he will be launching his own film project to strike back at Michael Moore. Moore's recently released film, "Fahrenheit 911," portrays Bush as a dangerous, incompetent, corrupt boob.Read full story
Saddam Hussein Endorses Bush/Cheney for 2004
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Appearing before a judge, Saddam Hussein endorsed the Bush/Cheney 2004 campaign(Trancript Below).Read full story
Astronaut Forgets Key, Locked out of International Space Station
Space - "Houston we have a problem," was the call put in earlier by NASA astronaut Maj. James P. Sutton, Jr. It seems Maj. Sutton left the keys to the international space station on his bedroom nightstand.Read full story
Bush Blasts Hilary With Heat Vision!
President Bush, visibly annoyed by a Senator Hillary R. Clinton's heckling, lost his temper this morning and fired a blast of heat vision at the former first lady, setting her hair on fire. The outburst occured at a fund-raiser for the New York s...Read full story
Colin Powell Auditions For "American Idol 4"
Sources say US Secretary of State Colin Powell recently flew out to Dallas, Texas to audition for next year's edition of the Fox reality show, "American Idol".Read full story
Computer Glitch Voids Canadian Election Results
OTTAWA (Dissociated Press)-- In a surprise statement, Elections Canada today announced that it was invalidating the results of the recent Canadian federal election. Officials revealed that what had been portrayed in the media as a hotly-contested rac...Read full story
What's Eating the Chickens?
Mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy, is believed to cause variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD), the fatal human equivalent of mad cow disease. The human strain of the disease has been traced to trying to use the word encephalopath...Read full story
Bin Laden Wants Puppet Regime Too
Criminal mastermind Osama Bin Laden says Iraq has a puppet regime, and he wants one as well.Read full story
Wild Biker Theatens Malibu!
Posh neighborhoods in Malibu California have been disturbed by a motorcyclist running the streets at high speed and frightening local residents. "It just started yesterday", says Thomas Schultz. "This completely wild young man on a mot...Read full story
McDonald's Stock Collapses on News of Brando Death
SAN DIEGO - McDonald's officials are scrambling to reassure investors that the corporation's success in the past year is not threatened by the recent death of Marlon Brando. Skittish investors are clearly not buying into their arguments, dum...Read full story
Henman muses career change
Crap tennis player Tim Henman today began a City and Guilds course in Plumbing after announcing his retirement from tennis.Read full story
Michael Moore, Bill O'Reilly to Wed
FLINT, MICH. --- Liberal film-maker Michael Moore and Conservative talking head Bill O'Reilly announced today their intention to tie the knot in Boston, Massachusettes, on July 4th, 2004.Read full story
WORLD WAR I FLYING ACE SNOOPY RECALLED TO SERVE IN IRAQ
UNIONTOWN, PA (July 1) --- Snoopy, the legendary flying ace who fought the Red Baron in the clear blue skies over Germany during World War I, has been recalled to serve in Iraq along with about 5,600 other civilians who have either retired or were di...Read full story
Kerry Unveils Plan to Create Jobs and Save the Economy
AP News Release Boston--John Kerry announced his plans to add over 2 million jobs to the US landscape this morning at an unannounced rally.Read full story
9-11 Commission: Iraq Invasion Was "Wardrobe Malfunction"
WASHINGTON - In its final report, the special commission investigating the 9-11 attacks concluded that the invasion of Iraq was not linked to 9-11, but was in fact a "wardrobe malfunction." The FCC has said that it is considering fines in...Read full story
July 4th to be renamed Dependence Day
(Washington DC, Friday 2 July) An all-party congressional committee has overwhelmingly voted to rename the US's premier national holiday July 4th as Chemical Dependence Day in recognition of the cocaine and barbiturate career of President George...Read full story
Bush: "To the Moon, Al Qaeda!"
WASHINGTON - The Bush administration, under increasing pressure, has stated intentions to begin building terror detention camps on the moon. The White House has requested funding for the program starting next year.Read full story
Mars Rover Makes Startling Discovery
The Mars rover Opportunity, searching for signs of water that once may have flowed on Mars, has discovered something no one expected: Ben Affleck's career. It was found inside a stadium-sized crater that Opportunity has been exploring. NASA en...Read full story
Al Sharpton Launches 2008 Presidential Campaign
In a bold move this week, America's lovable loser, the Reverend Al Sharpton, officially kicked-off his 2008 campaign for President. Sharpton, who has been preaching since the age of three and running for president since the age of four, dropped out...Read full story
al-Zarqawi Safe House Attacked, US Administration Feels His Pain.
US Forces attacked a safe house reportedly owned by Jordanian born Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, killing seven and wounding fifteen in the city of Fallujah. This is the fourth attack on al-Zarqawi's suspected safe houses in two weeks.Read full story
Lib Dems Join The Great "Choice" Debate
It has been the choice word of the political classes all summer, and now finally the Liberal Democrats have entered the great debate about choice in public services. Speaking inclusively to The Spoof this morning, Lid Dem leader Charles Kennedy outl...Read full story
Idiot torchbearer burns to death returning to the historic host city of the games of XXVIII Olympiad
GREECE, Athens - An open-laced runner went up in sacred Olympic flame yesterday during torch relay celebrations held in the Greek capital city of Athens.Read full story
Kobe Bryant granted own expansion team
EAGLE, CO -- Unable to land a contract with an NBA team willing to let him pursue his goal of winning a championship all by himself, Kobe Bryant was granted his own expansion team on the steps of the Eagle, Colorado courthouse after the 45th day of a...Read full story