A transcendental John F. Kennedy once said, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.”
JFK might have been a no-good Communist sympathizer, but by God, he was right about one thing: serving your country. Besides, why do you think we had him assassinated?
The new . . .
The United States of America says you’ll be detained for showing support for Al Qaeda. Because they hate competition.
You never transcended. You’re a semantic fucking blockage.
Oprah’s new slogan, “Join or Die,” has some supporters scratching their heads.
DAMASCUS, Syria – Philosopher and television star Oprah Winfrey converted every member of her studio audience to Islam Monday during a new show on the O. Network in which she discusses existence and the metaphysical.
Stagehands appeared behind . . .
The user interface determines the quality of American hatred for Assad.
The end game to all human discourse is the categorization of ourselves and those around us. That is to say we see ourselves as these competing entities when in reality we need to help each other compete with the other 7 . . .
Obama Commands Missile Strike Anyway
DAMASCUS, Syria – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad – in Iran right now, presumably waiting for his country to collapse – would not have been “so stupid” as to deploy chemical weapons near Damascus, said Saleh Muslim, head of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD).
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Many First Nations women, children and even babies are trafficked throughout Canada by the Harper regime under the umbrella of their own “protection.” . . .
Lebal Drocer, Inc. has toughened their stance on Internet freedom, citing the upswing in information terrorism as one reason for writing new legislation that would grant them “unfathomable” control over Internet traffic all over the world. . . .
Sup fellow dudes? I bet ya can’t finish a single round of Civilization V in one sitting.
Hi, I’m Angstrom H. Troubadour, M.D. I’m here to invite you to take the Troubadour Challenge.
The Troubadour Challenge is an annual event held twice yearly, every six weeks out of the month. . . .