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Applying for welfare now even bigger self esteem booster

Written by SarcasMiss on August 31, 2011 | Comments (31)

Florida—also known as the new Athens for its progressive policy and excelling judicial system, has outdone itself again in a startling new race to the bottom of the barrel. The vibrant minds of the Sunshine State have passed a glowing new policy that requires those applying for welfare to take a blood drug test (peeing ... Read More

Cigarette manufacturers sue the FDA

Written by The Sarcasmist on August 19, 2011 | Comments (33)

The FDA has plans of requiring cigarette packages to display not only the Surgeon General warning, but also graphic images of the consequences of smoking, including a pair of healthy lungs next to a pair of blackened and diseased lungs, or a man smoking out of a hole in this throat. Of course, tobacco companies ... Read More

Biden visits our creditors

Written by The Sarcasmist on August 17, 2011 | Comments (3)

It has not become necessary for Vice President Joe Biden to visit China to help reaffirm the status of the United States as a World economic power. The visit was planned back in January of this year, but has since taken on a whole new significance as the United States has demonstrated that its political ... Read More

Dylan Ratigan: Slightly Miffed

Written by Sarcasmo on August 11, 2011 | Comments (3)

By now you’ve probably heard about Dylan Ratigan’s homage to the 1976 film “Network”.  If not, no worries.  You prefer a sheltered existence, devoid of current affairs.  It’s okay.  Really it is.  Who am I to judge?  I mean it’s not like the world is embroiled in various riots and protests and such.  But I ... Read More

Wisconsin voters apparently okay with no collective bargaining

Written by Sarcasmo on August 10, 2011 | Comments (5)

In a time, not too long ago, it seemed the entire nation was behind the Wisconsin people and their anger over Governor Walker’s anti-collective bargaining proposal.  Letters were written.  Protests were held.  Petitions were signed.  A recall election was organized. The recall election results are in:  the Democrats won . . . a moral victory.  ... Read More

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