An Arizona preacher was arrested for holding a Bible study at his home.
A Jihadist cleric asserted that sodomy was okay in the name of a holy war.
Don’t link to the London Olympics website unless you have something positive to say.
Russia’s parliament passed a controversial bill that would allow the government to unilaterally blacklist and shut down any website deemed illegal.
France has issued an arrest warrant for the son of Equatorial Guinea’s President Teodoro Obiang Nguema.
The London Olympics will be the first to include female athletes from every competing nation after Saudi Arabia agreed to a mixed team following protracted negotiations and heavy lobbying.
Alabama Rep. Martha Roby proposed an amendment that would deny nutrition assistance benefits to qualifying Americans if they live in households with anyone who cannot prove they have authorization to live in the United States.
Scranton, Pennsylvania, cut the pay for all city workers to the minimum wage.
Hillary Clinton and Japan are in a tiff over “comfort women” or is it “enforced sex slaves?”
House Speaker John Boehner tears up…again.
Even some Republicans believe that Mitt Romney should release more of his tax returns.
Sarah Palin said that Mitt Romney needs to “light our hair on fire” in order for conservatives to get excited about his candidacy.
Because Romney has released only one year’s worth of taxes, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said that Romney “couldn’t be confirmed as dogcatcher.”
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is not likely to be Mitt Romney’s running mate because she is pro-choice and Romney promised to pick a pro-life veep.
Politicians who look like Disney characters.
An Iowa state Senate candidate has ended her campaign to pursue a leadership position in an alternate government — the Republic of the United States of America and the Republic for Iowa.
Over a year after Barack Obama released his long-form birth certificate, doubters who believe he was not born in the United State are more common than before he released the certificate.
Wisconsin Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner wants to investigate “the use of the roughly $9 million in taxpayer funding given to the United States Anti-Doping Agency” which is investigating cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Former President George H.W. Bush: “The rigidity of those pledges is something I don’t like. The circumstances change and you can’t be wedded to some formula by Grover Norquist. It’s — who the hell is Grover Norquist, anyway?”