Jester’s Court — November 13, 2012


Barack Obama’s approval rating is at its highest since July 2009.

Puerto Rican statehood? Not so fast.

There’s only one explanation why Barack Obama was reelected – the Democrats stole the election.

There aren’t any simple prescriptions for fixing the Republican Party, especially since the issues they support are opposed by a majority of Americans.

Perhaps demographics are the problem, as the California Congressional delegation points out.

The investigation of Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. for possible misuse of campaign funds has expanded to include his wife’s conduct.

Congress now has its first bisexual member.

The United States will overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s leading oil producer by about 2017 and will become a net oil exporter by 2030.

A California school district states that a student who was raped by two different teachers was at fault herself because she was “careless and negligent.”

Israel’s deputy health minister has reportedly refused to promote or undergo rectal or colon cancer testing, preferring instead to recite Psalms.

Uganda’s parliamentary speaker wants to pass an anti-gay law as a “Christmas gift.”

Greek fascists continue to grow in power.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal called on Republicans to “stop being the stupid party.”

The Simpsons mock Karl Rove.

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