According to Gawker, this video footage was left on an old You Tube Account for Ted Cruz’s Super PACS to retrieve. Have your cringe meter ready.
“The gap between writing with hatred and writing with mindfulness and altruism is really wide.” A discussion of the nuances of that gap.
Yes, the new changes to Meet the Press are bad, but it really doesn’t matter. The Sunday shows are pointless anyway.
This is humanity.
Tom Scocca argues that snark is a necessary weapon in the war against “smarm”. Allan Mott politely disagrees.
Sam Simon, who has only months to live, will donate to organizations tackling homelessness and cruelty to animals, particularly dogs.
The Internet unleashed its special brand of mockery upon Columbia’s accepted students this week, and Noah Samotin was one of the victims. Except, he doesn’t see himself as a victim at all.
Reverend Kelly Carpenter said the feedback from the congregation has been “overwhelmingly positive.”
If Kate Upton can’t get you to care about $1.1 Trillion in potential spending cuts to things like air traffic controllers and education, what in the world will?
Sarah Hope wants the world to get to know her home town for its good parenting, community, and extraordinary acts of charity.
This goat video left me trying to stifle my guffawing at my desk.
Several students and their parents are banding together to create a “straights only” prom, and they don’t care who they offend to do it.
It was a year of zany attacks from all sides. I’m thinking that might just mean we are onto something.
Joanna Schroeder decided that despite her son’s protests, she could not knowingly sign her name to an organization that alienates gay kids and systematically covers up sexual abuse.
Mark Greene asks is the YouTube release of Innocence of the Muslims actually aimed at the U. S. Presidential Election?
Former rower Tom Matlack offers insight into the Olympic medal winning rower who may or may not have had “wood in his blade”.