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One giant leap for mankind . . . backward

Written by Sarcasmo on August 5, 2011 | Comments (9)

I get that times are tough but apparently they’re so tough they’re hurtling technology backward through space-time.  By now everybody knows NASA’s shuttle program has been retired.  (If you don’t, just stop reading and go back under the rock.)  And apparently in order to move forward from the shuttle, we first have to move back ... Read More

Obama to fix job situation

Written by The Sarcasmist on August 5, 2011 | Comments (1)

Understandably, a lot of Americans are worried about jobs and their financial future, but in reality, there is little to worry about; our politicians are on the case, and are constantly working on innovative solutions, such as raising taxes or cutting taxes, to solve the joblessness in America. Today, President Obama, in a speech to ... Read More

Congressman learns that it’s not a good idea to hit on donor’s daughter

Written by The Sarcasmist on August 4, 2011 | Comments (5)

The story has been in the news for a couple of weeks now, but it finally came to an end today when Representative David Wu resigned his post as an Oregon congressman. He resigned, as he had promised, due to accusations that he had made unwanted sexual advances with a teenager. Now this is not ... Read More

The House makes the tough decision . . . on post office names

Written by Sarcasmo on July 29, 2011 | Comments (2)

In what can only be described as . . . You know what, I can’t even describe it.  The House of Representatives, instead of finding a compromise to save the United States from defaulting, opted to delay that vote.  Because, well, there’s so much time to come to a resolution so you might as well ... Read More

Better fuel economy by 2025

Written by The Sarcasmist on July 27, 2011 | Comments (6)

The White House is working with automakers to come to an agreement which may push the average corporate fuel economy to as high as 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025. This is great news, especially since some manufacturers, including Ford, Toyota, General Motors, and Chrysler, are supportive of the plan. There are, however, some automakers ... Read More

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