The Irony Collection
The Tea Party name comes from a fourth grader's understanding of history.
The Democratic Party is in love with illegal gay Mexicans, Twitter porn and tree-hugging.
The two-party system is all about choosing the candidate you're less in hate with -- unless somebody's wealthy grandpa ruins that.
The Socialist Party was invented by parents to scare children into doing whatever they say.
The Republican Party is a big tent full of red meat and money earned through lineage.
Warren Buffett's op-ed is a thoughtful treatise on the advantages the super-wealthy currently enjoy at the hands of the tax code, or to put it another way, "class warfare."
The government could raise $700 billion by either taking half of everything earned by the bottom 50% or by raising the marginal tax rate on the top two percent.
The Justice Department launches a probe into Standard & Poor's mortgage securities ratings, and Fitch downgrades New Jersey from AA to AA-.
Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry excitement belongs to the ages once media talk turns to Paul Ryan, and Ed Schultz sees racism in Rick Perry's "black cloud."
Wyatt Cenac and John Oliver interpret Ed Schultz's questionable use of "red herring," "white lie" and "yellow lobster" in his political discourse.
Rick Santorum makes an analogy between paper towels and gay marriage, and the Obama administration enforces, rather than defends, the Defense of Marriage Act.
MSNBC's Michael Steele discusses the GOP's movement toward institutionalization and wants establishment Republicans to stop trying to widen the presidential field.
Americans can settle in for a lengthy media overfeeding at the trough of Michele Bachmann, and Rick Perry is cowboy boot-deep in hay, hitting on America.
The swing states' naturally occurring red-white-and-blue bunting fields are in full bloom, and Barack Obama has some frequent Greyhound miles to burn.
John Hodgman suggests that bookstores replace their old-fashioned bookshelves with beautiful, well-appointed downloading pods.
Veteran firefighter Matt Long survived being crushed by a bus and explains how he overcame the resulting physical and psychological damage.
Michele Bachmann wins "loser" in the Iowa straw poll, and Tim Pawlenty drops out of the presidential race.
Rick Perry is what happens if Lex Luthor distilled down George W. Bush essence and crossed it with gunpowder and semen from the finest thoroughbred in Lubbock.
Even when the media does remember Ron Paul, it's only to reassure themselves that there's no need to remember Ron Paul.
CNN correspondent Ali Velshi explores ways in which the American government can provide effective governance and reduce unemployment.