mars-rover-landing-sequence-landed_57831_600x450NASA announced today that its Curiosity Rover has found an unambiguous message from God written on tablets in a Martian cave.

According to an official press release two giant stone slabs the size of small elephants were located deep inside a cavern abutting Aeolis Mons, a large mountain.... Read More →


santorum-planeFormer Senator Rick Santorum arrived in Moscow today to claim political asylum in Russia.

In an interview with reporters at Sheremetyevo International Airport, the Republican standard-bearer said recent pro-gay Supreme Court rulings threaten his religious freedom and he can no longer remain in the United States.... Read More →


deen25f-1-webCelebrity chef Paula Deen, embroiled in controversy this week over allegations of racism, added two cups of gasoline to the fire this morning when she blamed her troubles on Jewish people.

Deen, 66, was a guest of morning host Dave Garver on Atlanta radio station WTMI when she claimed “Jew executives” deliberately abandoned her in the wake of the controversy, which stemmed from a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former employee against her company.... Read More →


061713_atss_640Sarah Palin said today that concern over global warming is overblown because returning the climate to its state millions of years ago will allow dinosaurs to make a comeback.

In an interview with Fox News, the former Alaska governor admitted that climate change will hurt some plants and animals but argued that it will also provide an opportunity for ancient, warm-weather species to thrive.... Read More →


20100430-tows-smith-family-6-300x205Hollywood power couple Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have revealed they are expanding their family by adopting a child.

The proud parents told People magazine that they are in the final stages of adopting Nicolae, a 1-year-old who hails from the Eastern European country of Moldova.... Read More →


gay-marriage-wedding-vows-100815-02The U.S. Supreme Court made a landmark decision on gay rights today by finally allowing gays to carry loaded guns into elementary schools.

In a 7-2 decision the court struck down an Alabama law that limited firearms in primary schools to "law-abiding heterosexuals."... Read More →


bachmann-250x159Congresswoman Michele Bachmann singed a $6 million deal today to endorse a popular antipsychotic medication used to treat schizophrenia.

In a press release on its website, pharmaceutical giant Bristol-Meyers-Squib said Bachmann has been hired to endorse Abilify, a powerful psychiatric drug also used for bipolar disorder.... Read More →


Mitt-With-MinoritiesCollege-educated minority Americans who benefited from affirmative action programs should pay reparations to white students, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.

The surprise 5-3 decision was issued with the court’s decision on Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, which weighed whether the university’s consideration of race in admissions was constitutional. ... Read More →



German Chancellor Angela Merkel found a hidden microphone in a caviar appetizer today during a meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama.

According to local press reports, Merkel interrupted a ceremonial dinner in Berlin after she discovered that a salmon caviar blini she intended to eat was wiretapped by the NSA, an American spy agency.
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abc_gma_davis_130517_wgChristian television personality Pat Robertson stoked controversy today by telling a female caller that disobedient wives should be spanked by their husbands.

On a segment on the long-running 700 Club the 83-year-old Robertson explained to a woman seeking relationship advice that an occasional slap in the rear is the clearest path to marital bliss.... Read More →


074415-120223-abbottAustralia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard attended a fundraiser last night that featured a selection of miniature wiener sausages labeled the "Tony Abbott Special."

The menu appears to be a response to a recent Liberal Party fundraiser which named a quail dish after parts of Gillard's anatomy.... Read More →


Jay Carney April FirstThe White House has praised Congress for its spirit of bipartisanship and support for the administration in the wake of revelations about a massive surveillance program.

President Barack Obama’s spokesman Jay Carney today told reporters that the leaks have brought Democrats and Republicans together as allies in defending the National Security Agency (NSA) having access to the phone and Internet records of tens of millions of Americans.... Read More →