Kanye West is under fire today for claiming that he will soon be a bigger cultural and civil rights icon than Nelson Mandela.
In an interview with WGCI radio in Chicago, the notoriously self-promoting rapper said that yesterday's death of the 95-year-old South African leader will finally allow people to focus more of their attention on West's own accomplishments. read more
Hey, all you Tea Suckers out there: your pride and joy, US Sen. Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz (GOTP-TX) finally has his own coloring book.
In it, we learn Rafi is a man of great virility and stamina, he can see into the future, he's the Constitution's guardian in a Christian nation, and, oh, what else? Oh, right: providing health care to people who can't afford it is worse than war. read more
Republicans trying to bring church and state closer together in Oklahoma have opened the door to an unlikely group: Satanists. A Ten Commandments monument was installed at the Capitol Grounds last year with funding from a GOP legislator, despite an outcry from legal experts who called it unconstitutional. The ACLU's Oklahoma chapter even sued for its removal. The Satanic Temple has now stepped in, saying it would like to have a monument there too. Temple spokesman Lucien Greaves said he's thinking the monument will feature a pentagram design or an interactive display for kids. It would "be in good taste and consistent with community standards," he said. read more
If you're concerned about the federal government collecting and storing your personal information online, worry no more.
The National Security Agency (NSA) announced today its new 'Private Data Buy-Back Program' which will allow ordinary citizens to purchase their personal data - including emails, phone records and browsing histories - thus removing them from government servers. read more
Sarah Palin spoke at Liberty University on Thursday, and one of the issues she addressed was the "War on Christmas" and the "angry atheists" hell-bent on ruining the holiday for everyone else. Palin invoked the words of Founders like Thomas Jefferson, who she said despite his writings on the separation of church and state, would be up in arms against people attempting to "abort Christ from Christmas." read more