- The next human right: tourism. The European Union is considering subsidizing holidays.
- A San Jose supervisor wants to ban toys in kid’s meals.
- It looks like the Obama administration is altering some numbers to make their claim that the stimulus saved or created 2.8 million jobs.
- Rep. Michele Bachmann thinks that Bill Clinton wants to take her out. No, not on a date, but like the mafia does to people it does not like.
- Quebec MP Maxime Bernier called the people of his home province “spoiled children.”
- Win $2500 making a video explaining why “regulations are good for everyone.”
- New Hampshire Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Kimball compared paying taxes to being raped.
- A group of military officers are blaming school lunches for making today’s youth fat and unfit for military service.
- Sonoma County, California, separates an elderly gay couple and then sells all their belongings.
- Iran may have an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the U.S. by 2015.
- The Philadelphia school district that took screenshots of students who borrowed its laptops has admitted to taking 56,000 images of students.
- Nick Clegg, leader of the rising Liberal Democrats in the UK, is an atheist. However, as the election nears he has claimed that he is more of an agnostic. During the campaign, he has attended high-profile church events as well.
- The British elections may see the Labour Party receive the most seats in Parliament but place third in the total votes.
- New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was miffed that Barack Obama was flying into Manhattan Thursday without notifying him.
- Rahm Emanuel, White House chief of staff, wants to be mayor of Chicago someday.
- An Arizona bill requiring Presidential candidates to prove they were born in the United States continues to make its way to becoming law.
- The story of a counter-protester at a Tea Party event in Boston. He had his signs and ridiculous hat wrestled from him.
- An Arlington, Texas, councilman wants to drill for gas in “all 99 square miles of Arlington.”
- A St. Louis councilman has been cited by police for the second time in a year. This time it was for using his cell phone to video police officers and a half-dressed homeless man.
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