Way back before the shutdown, I posted the following video in a comment to Gawker and dedicated it to the GOP. I thought for fun, now that it's over, I'd post the song again.
Bird watchers in Buffalo are all a-flutter over the rare sightings a Brown Booby, a gull-like tropical diving bird normally found along the coasts of Central America. So?
Well, as The Buffalo News tells us, birders' websites say it was first called a “booby” because it was not very intelligent and did not fear The…
WFMY in Greensboro (NC) combined all of Meghann Mollerus' standups outside of Guilford Courthouse National Military Park this morning into one long video. The big news is that people are going around the barricade, which they apparently regularly do and starting at the six minute mark, she talks to an arrogant prick.
Scott MacFarlane is an I-Team Reporter for DC's NBC-4
Hey guys! What are you drinking? The GOP is literally the worst. The WORST.
Boehner’s conundrum is this: He knows that most polling shows Republicans will take the blame for a shutdown. But, he also knows that if he gives in and/or is perceived by cast-iron conservatives as giving in, his speakership is all but over. (You could argue Boehner’s speakership has been on the ropes for some time…
Language defunding the Affordable Care Act has passed the U.S. House attached to a bill which would keep the government operational beyond Tuesday morning. It is not expected to pass the Senate. Pretend your congressperson is a nameless, faceless nobody with no beliefs of their own. What would you tell them to do?
The article's headline almost says it all: "Department of Defense to workers: Show up Oct. 1 and we'll let you know if you're furloughed" until you get into the nitty-gritty of a 28-page memo, civilian workers being laid-off and soldiers' pay being held. Without a budget or continuing resolution, next Tuesday is it.
But the permanent political class is handwringing and howling that if there’s a government shutdown the media will blame Republicans for it. Here’s a little newsflash, GOP establishment: Whenever anything bad happens, the media blames Republicans for it. That’s not an excuse to roll over and play dead. It’s a call to…
Jim DeMint's Heritage Foundation is trying to cajole one hundred Republican members of Congress into signing a letter asking Speaker Boehner to resist any spending bills which would fund implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Thus far, 80 members have signed.