The Irony Collection
House Republicans use a clip from "The Town" to urge their hardline Tea Party freshman coalition to support John Boehner's debt ceiling plan.
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act sings about having its ass f**ked raw for a year.
The 9/11 Health Care Bill that provides free medical treatment to Ground Zero first responders covers coughing, laryngitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome -- but not cancer.
The Fox News rapid-response team distinguishes violence in the name of a religion from the practitioners of that religion -- as long as it's Christianity.
Conservative pundits hate it when liberals play the victim card because it distracts from the real victims: conservatives.
News organizations turn to random Twitter account holders instead of vetting facts with proper journalistic integrity and authority.
Rachel Weisz talks about becoming a U.S. citizen and discusses the true story of human trafficking that inspired her film "The Whistleblower."
Barack Obama addresses the grotesque income and wealth disparity that has metastasized through fealty to corporate overlords by urging Americans to call Congress.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) John Boehner believes the bigger the government, the smaller the people; thus the Republican plan must be to destroy government and create a super-race of right-wing Titans.
Anchorman Don Lemon's half-hearted last-minute effort to feign that he cares about CNN's antics is not just casual anchor banter, it's a call for help.
Fox News political analyst Juan Williams discusses the absence of honest debate in America and his controversial firing from NPR for a statement he made about Muslims.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) When it comes to resolving the debt ceiling crisis, Congress isn't bad at its job, it's just equivalent to a skunk with its head in a jar of Skippy peanut butter.
In the herd of Republican candidates, Rick Santorum is a wounded wildebeest, and Newt Gingrich is a spawning salmon.
Tim Pawlenty opposes charisma, Herman Cain misunderstands the Constitution, and Michele Bachmann battles migraines -- so Mitt Romney emerges as the GOP's thick-maned Aslan.
The bus to Piccadilly Circus is a rough ride as the freshly-strewn News Corp. employees hastily jettisoned by Rupert Murdoch line the streets of London.
America's government should start drinking motherf**king tea and eating motherf**king finger sandwiches to be as awesome England's government.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Scotland Yard doesn't consider the death of the News of the World whistleblower suspicious, and Rupert Murdoch and his son appear before Parliament.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Instead of wasting its time with the epic scandal consuming Britain's journalistic establishment, Fox News investigates whether NPR is an agent of jihadist inquisition.
Former president of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf admits to Pakistani intelligence failures but insists Pakistan did not hide Osama bin Laden. Pervez Musharraf believes withdrawing American troops from Afghanistan without first stabilizing the country will give terrorist groups an advantage.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) If America reaches the point where the amount of bulls**t exceeds the amount of actual things, it will effectively default on reality.