Desperate to prove to the rightest of the Republican right wing that he's just as conservative as they want him to be, Mitt Romney has accepted an invitation to be the commencement speaker at Liberty University, a Christian school in Virginia that teaches its students that the earth is 6,000 years old, fossils aren't…
No, of course not! But Lloyd Grove's profile of her in the Daily Beast includes more than one Michelle Malkin quote I agree with, so the world might be ending anyway.
Yesterday, the House of Representatives voted 240-179 to formally chastise Joe Wilson for shouting "You lie!" at President Obama during his speech to Congress last week. 12 Democrats voted against the rebuke, and 7 Republicans voted for it.
In an op-ed on health care reform for the Wall Street Journal, Sarah Palin comes right out and says what we've long suspected she thinks: Facts are optional if enough people will believe a lie.
I know, I can't believe it either.
Apparently, there exists an alternate universe in which the only real problem facing Americans today is legalized abortion. We have seen it, and invite you to follow us down the rabbit hole.