February 14, 2012
Here's Restore Our Future's first blast, to air in Michigan, Arizona, and Ohio. Don't bet on the Rebel Alliance.
Right? Or paws or whatever. Get a room, guys. Jeez.
D'awwwww. Happy Valentine's Day from the family pets.
Even Senator Talent will grant that.
Oh Starfire, at least you're direct? Comics Alliance took some creative liberty with comic panels from the DC reboot, and the result is some serious innuendos.
Remember when a Fortune Cookie was so much more than tasty treat after gorging yourself on take out orange chicken. I've noticed that like many things, the art of the fortune has faded over the years. I'm going to use this post to chronicle every disappointing cookie that crosses my path.
The sudden prominence of the issue provoked questions on the right.
Paul Rudd is a really good sport, you guys. In other news, better to be alone than become Internet Famous for taking your cardboard cutout girlfriend on vacation. These and other Buzz that we missed await your clicking pleasure.
Inspired by Erick Erickson's take on the hard-partying nature of young men at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Melissa Clouthier deplores the other big problem at the right's annual gathering: "whores."
Newt Gingrich's Democratic challenger in 1988 and 1990, lawyer David Worley, assembled a massive opposition research file on the Georgia Republican. A decade later, he donated the file to Georgia State University. A BuzzFeed researcher spent 23 hours with the 10 boxes of files of newspaper clippings, campaign literature, and more. These are the highlights.
Here are 20 fonts and the cats that clearly inspired them. This is a rare and important opportunity for cat fanciers and typophiles to find some common ground.
He saw them buying condoms with his own eyes. An actual young conservative says Erickson's view of what happens at the Conservative Political Action Conference is a little over-the-top.
I'm excited about Linsanity too, but there are a few causes for concern.
Liberal Latter-Day Saints breathe a sight of relief. The church also encourages its members to caucus next month in a letter read from pulpits across Utah Sunday.
A brutal, two-front attack from the campaign and the SuperPAC. "The expectation is that Santorum, just given his personality, is going to whine like crazy," said a Romney advisor
Tanabe's roman a clef portrays "cut-throat political rag."
A bit sharper than "banks got bailed out, we got sold out!"
He may be up in the polls, but search data suggest something short of a national surge. Everyone, according to these Valentine's Day figures from Google, wants to know about Newt's wife, while Carol Paul escapes the spotlight.
Highlights his record preventing gay marriage tourism.