Just for kicks, here are my five political predictions for Congress in 2010: 1. The Defense of Marriage Act will not be repealed. After telling gay and lesbian Americans to wait for the passage of health care reform for the length of 2009, 2010 arrives
As part of its effort to “stay fresh,” t-shirt portal CafePress is holding a Cheech and Chong design contest. There are only a few restrictions: No references to drug use. No references to sexuality. No naughty language. No use of trademarked phrases. You can’t refer
On October 1, Senator Russell Feingold revealed in a meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee that “in fiscal year 2008 only 3 out of the 763 sneak and peek search warrant applications were in terrorism cases. 65 percent were for drug cases.” Sneak and Peek
For less than $100,000 a year, the state of Ohio could have provided a full tuition scholarship to Ohio State University for ten kids. Instead, at a cost of more than $100,000 a year, the state of Ohio has decided to ban the hallucinogenic herb
It would be foolish for Congress to pass legislation authorizing expanded drilling before the bribery and other crimes are fully investigated… Foolish, or simply corrupt.
I’ve been a fan of Lewis Black’s stand-up comedy for a while. He has an ability to make righteous outrage so hilarious that I find my anguish vented and deflated when he’s done with me. His video comedy (which you probably have seen on The
Dependence on mind-altering drugs to obtain inspiration would explain why Moses couldn’t find his way from Egypt to Israel, even over the course of several decades. Hint to Moses: Follow the coastline!