Jester’s Court — March 17, 2012


In a rare rebuke of its ally, China has expressed its concern over North Korea’s plans to launch what it called a rocket-mounted satellite.

The Fed made miscalculations in its bank stress tests for capital under a hypothetical economic slump.

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert vetoed a controversial bill banning public schools from teaching contraception as a way of preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is planning to run for election to the Australian Senate.

Rick Santorum is caught shirtless while taking in some sun. The photographer? Someone on an all-gay cruise that was passing by.

“So an incumbent president facing a tough reelection fight walks into a bar…”

The Republican caucus in St. Charles County, Missouri, came to an abrupt end when police were called in to restore order after a man with a video camera refused to leave.

Mitt Romney is profiting off of China’s surveillance of its citizens by investing in that country’s most advanced monitoring systems.

Newt Gingrich loves life.

The Senate Office of Education and Training typo.

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