August 13, 2012
Some people say there's a lack of responsible fathers these days. Those people just don't follow enough teens on Twitter.
The base-beloved running mate will speak at a campaign fundraiser this Friday in Virginia.
This is a cross-over that needs to happen. Evanna Lynch is the living embodiment of belonging to multiple fandoms.
These alleged fixes for bodily ailments mostly involve things you already have lying around, or can buy from the drugstore for a few dollars. DISCLAIMER: we have no idea if these actually work or not — this is merely a compilation of things a lot of people on the Internet recommend.
Paul Miller, a longtime blogger who's been living offline since April, discovers the limits of a digital cleanse: "[N]ow that not having internet is no longer new, just normal, the zen calm is gone. I don't wake with the sunrise while chirping birds pull back the covers. I still have a job. I feel pressure and stress and frustration. I get lonely and bored."
Connor Zwick is a 19-year old with a killer idea and some important friends. But even if his game controller plan fails, he can always go back to Harvard.
Stumping with the conservative visionary — but he won't commit to the vision.
In the Bush years, Ryan wanted to go bigger on Social Security privatization.
It started as an ultra-personal guide, became a travel book empire, and grew into a household name. Today, with a short press release, it began its transformation into a faceless data company. It's kind of breathtaking, really.
The Obama campaign is gearing up to attack Paul Ryan for his budget which reforms the Medicare program for those under the age of 55. But the White House wasn't always on the offense against Medicare changes, with senior Obama advisor David Plouffe saying in July of last year the President would be open to raising the retirement age.
Can we officially change Loki's name to Rocky? Plus dinosaurs you never knew existed and the nanny state on junk food is actually working.
Stephanie Cutter says Romney can't avoid being tied to the Ryan budget.
One of Mitt Romney's top attacks on President Obama is that he cut Medicare by $500 billion when he slowed the rate of growth for the program over the next ten years in ObamaCare. But two videos posted by the Democratic SuperPAC American Bridge of his new running mate in 1995 as a Senate staffer on C-SPAN's Washington Journal seem to undermine Romney's definition of Obama cutting Medicare. In the two videos Ryan argues that Republican's slowing the growth rate isn't cutting money from the program.
Sexism in videogames is about more than terminology: It's about developers marginalizing their players and their games.
Nerd aqua vitae Mountain Dew ran a contest to let fans choose their newest apple flavor soda. Bronies earnestly wanted to name it after a popular My Little Pony character. 4chan had other plans.
Ryan's budget plan is particularly toxic in liberal Massachusetts, and his entry into the race gives ammunition to Democrats trying to portray Brown as extreme.
Paul Ryan may now hide his appreciation for Ayn Rand, but libertarians see a kindred spirit. "One of us!" — though some Paulites might be a tough sell.
Mitt Romney often attacks President Obama for his lack of business experience, but his own running mate has spent his life in government as a Congressional staffer and Congressman since graduating college. At a May event in Las Vegas, Romney enthusiastically told the story of man who proposed amending the Constitution to require all presidents have three years of business experience, a criteria that would disqualify his own running mate.
Children ripped from their families and brutally trained to bring home the gold. Plus, the death toll from Iran's earthquakes continues to climb and, to end on a light note, the Delorean hovercraft is real now.
Not the headlines the Romney-Ryan ticket wanted to see ahead of their campaigning in the state.
In a speech at St. Augustine, Romney brags about his country. "Better days are ahead," he said, before running through reasons why.
Did you know the company's first toys were made out of wood? That LEGO comes from Denmark? That every LEGO brick is a living organism with feelings and hopes and dreams? Ok, that last part isn't true. But this Pixar-style history of LEGO is just wonderful.
Democrats prepare to attack Paul Ryan for his proposal to overhaul Medicare for those 55 and under, but lack a clear plan themselves.
The Republican attacks instead of defending.
Co-hosted by Editors Jack Moore and Whitney Jefferson, "BuzzFeed Radio" will give a look behind the curtain at the creation of the web's most social content
Co-hosted by Editors Jack Moore and Whitney Jefferson, “BuzzFeed Radio” will give a look behind the curtain at the creation of the web’s most social content
Boehner-backed Jason Plummer, running in Illinois, had some fun in the Oval Office and on Air Force One. Update: or the Reagan Library.
"This year is a good opportunity for other voices to speak." Chairman Priebus is "disappointed" and a RNC official says she was invited, though it's unclear whether she would have had a prominent role.