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Funny or Die makes ‘The Wire: The Musical’

The folks at Funny or Die decided to release Tuesday morning a musical parody of the critically acclaimed HBO series The Wire. The very surprising video features some of the show’s iconic starts playing their character’s roles while singing in a carefree light heartedness that is a complete contrast of…

Gay-baiting author tells Fox Radio: Hillary Clinton ‘overweight’ and ‘not looking good’

A controversial author, who once insinuated that Hillary Clinton was a lesbian, on Tuesday said that the current secretary of state wasn’t fit for another White House run because she was “looking overweight.” “At this very moment that we’re speaking right now, Brian, [the Clintons] are already thinking seriously about…

Mom arrested for cheering too loudly at daughter’s graduation

A South Carolina mother’s cheers were loud enough to result in her being handcuffed and arrested at her daughter’s high school graduation by cops over the weekend. According to WPDE-TV, Shannon Cooper was taken into custody minutes after she celebrated her daughter receiving her diploma. “Are ya’ll serious?” Cooper reacted…

O’Reilly: ‘Racial profiling’ ban would increase ‘street crime’

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday warned that halting New York City’s controversial “stop-and-frisk” policy, which he called “racial profiling,” will lead to an increase in the city’s crime rate. On Monday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) proposed decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana as a way to cut…

Huckabee: Without Fox News, Americans would assume Obama ‘doing a great job’

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (R) had an oops moment on his radio show Monday, and this one’s going to leave a mark. Speaking about America’s media landscape in general, Huckabee suggested that without Fox News acting as a counterweight to “mainstream media,” most Americans “will assume that Obama really…

Colbert to Rep. Lewis: ‘I don’t want to have to cross that bridge’

Stephen Colbert interviewed Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) Monday evening to talk to the renowned congressman’s new book Across The Bridge about the racial and cultural divides he thinks society still has to close. As Lewis discussed his widely known story of being apart of the historic 1965 civil rights march…

Stewart slams CNN’s ‘orgy of excitement’ over Queen’s Jubilee

Jon Stewart was fatigued with CNN’s large coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s diamond jubilee Monday evening, particularly with their primetime host Piers Morgan unrestrained enthusiasm of the event by calling it “an orgy of excitement.” “Yes, an orgy of excitement,” Stewart said in a faux British accent. “Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond jubilee was a fucking…

Virtual reality ‘diet glasses’ fool users into eating less

Goggles that trick the wearer into thinking the plain snack in their hand is a chocolate cookie, or make biscuits appear larger have been unveiled in Japan, offering hope to weak-willed dieters everywhere. Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed devices that use computer wizardry and augmented reality to fool the senses…

Eliot Spitzer: U.S. needs ‘big, old-fashioned Keynesian stimulus’

Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer said Monday that the United States needed to invest in the public sector, because the country’s current policies clearly were not revving up the economy. “One thing that could help is a big, old-fashioned Keynesian stimulus,” he said on his Current TV show Viewpoint.…

Video mashup: Barack Obama sings ‘Call Me Maybe’

In a video uploaded to YouTube on Monday, President Barack Obama can be seen singing the hit tune “Call Me Maybe” by Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen. Unlike when the President actually sang “Sweet Home Chicago” or “Let’s Stay Together,” the new video is comprised of a collection of Obama’s…

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