This week, late author and cultural goddess Maya Angelou was honored with a U.S. Forever postage stamp. Featured prominently on the stamp is a lovely photograph of Angelou and a quotation, that, whoopsie, turned out to be written by fellow author Joan Walsh Anglund. What, there’s no fact-checking at the U.S. Postal Service? More
We all, or most of us anyway, like to think that we’re up-to-date on current events, especially when it comes to the U.S. Commander-in-Chief. That is why these everyday people had no problem believing whatever presidential lies were fed to them on Jimmy Kimmel’s latest edition of Lie Witness News.
Jimmy Kimmel Live!‘s “Mean Tweets” segment has become the stuff of legends since being introduced to audiences back in the late 2000s, so it’s not surprising that the ritual has made its way to the Commander-in-Chief himself, who stopped by to read a few criticisms on camera on last night’s show. More
Protecting the POTUS can be tough when you can’t even protect your own neck. According to the Washington Post, senior Secret Service officials Mark Connolly and George Ogilvie allegedly crashed into the White House barricade following a late-night party last week. While no one was injured, the integrity of the officials and the agency are being called into question. More
If you’re hurting for a Galentine this year, may we suggest Ruth Bader Ginsburg? The Associate Justice of the Supreme Court came clean to The Blaze about the reason she dozed off during President Obama’s State of the Union speech last month – girlfriend says she was a little tipsy. More
Barack Obama recently did a wide-ranging interview with Buzzfeed, discussing a variety of topics. Anyone can interview the President, but only Buzzfeed can get him to use a selfie stick and say ‘YOLO.’ More
No matter how jaded the Internet has made you, there’s nothing more entertaining than entertainers in their golden years trying to keep up with the times…or, at least, hiring ad agencies that attempt to do the same thing. More
There are a few things that can always be counted upon when it comes to Jon Stewart’s political coverage – it will be weird, it will be funny, and it will be, nine times out of ten, reflective of the thoughts you couldn’t put into words yourself. More
Stephen Colbert is reeling in the big guests before his move to CBS to replace David Letterman, but last night was easily the biggest “Colbert Report” guest yet: Barack Obama. More
President Obama got an unexpected piece of attitude from a jealous fiancé in Chicago Monday as he cast his early ballot for the November 4 elections.