In my Catholic Identity in Early Modern Europe class today, my lecturer began by telling us we would be talking about the Spanish Inquisition. I didn’t expect the Spanish Inquisition, but I did expect this to happen: Sadly, nothing of the sort occured…
The editors at the BYU Daily Universe made a huge mistake when looking over their photo caption, E&P reports: All copies of the student paper at Brigham Young University have been recalled after a caption labeled a group of Mormon church leaders as “apostates” instead of “apostles.” The paper claims it was typo caused by [...]
So asks Politico, as they go deep in the underground of stand-up comedy to find a few willing to make fun of President Messiah. Stories like this about a conservative comic’s attempt to let media types know about her existence are troubling: Gorin recalls, a few years back, hearing Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly gripe on [...]
I think I’m a little late on this, but it’s definitely the best Barack Obama impersonation out there yet (get a clue, SNL). Catchy because, I’m not embarrassed to say, the original is actually pretty good. Or do I just have bad tastes? Enjoy.
Maybe it’s joy over the House Republicans standing solid against the stimulus package or just fond memories of hearing the elder President Bush tell jokes, but I just had to post this. Too good. Hat tip to Allah at Hot Air.
So, PETA’s always all in a huff about what the Vandy researchers are doing up at the lab. This past fall, Kate Snowden won the Pope Award for reporting on the way PETA misconstrued the activities of the lab: “The biggest oversight of the Orbis article rests in its failure to actually mention the conclusion [...]
There are two reasons people tolerate the Golden Globes and those reasons are that the awards don’t really count and everybody gets drunk by the end of the night. Captain Ed may not have liked last night’s acceptance speeches, but I did, starting first and foremost with Tracy Morgan’s glorious 30 Rock acceptance speech: And [...]