Wednesday, March 11, 2015


The National Review is reporting that suspicious fires have twice destroyed Al Sharpton's key financial records, both times when he was under investigation by the IRS.

Sharpton held a hastily-arranged press conference to denounce the charges before being rushed to New York Presbyterian Hospital's Burn Center.

Hillary Clinton told reporters yesterday that, regarding her emails, she used a personal server during her tenure as Secretary of State as a matter of convenience. 

Former President Bill Clinton said that he used personal servers on Jeffrey Epstein's private island as a matter of convenience as well. "And I assure you," he chuckled, "there's nothing wrong with my hard drive!"

An Oklahoma legislative committee voted to ban the teaching of Advanced Placement U.S. history classes. Rep. Dan Fisher (R) believes it emphasizes “what is bad about America” and characterizes the United States as a “nation of oppressors and exploiters.”

Rep. Fisher said that, going forward, the World War II internment of Japanese-Americans will be referred to as "a lengthy sabbatical," the Southern poll-tax as "state revenue programs," and slavery as "unpaid internships."

A jury found “Blurred Lines” co-creators Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams copied parts of Marvin Gaye’s 1977 hit “Got To Give it Up” for their 2012 song.

Thicke denied he's ever plagiarized any of Marvin Gaye's music, and denounced juries who recently have made similar decisions, telling reporters, "Mercy mercy me, things ain't what they used to be."

Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) described himself as "disgusted" by Moed's admission, adding, "If he wanted to be financially dominated, he should do what I do and get in touch with the Koch Brothers."


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