Tea Party darling and GOP candidate for attorney general Ed Martin just released this new TV spot, which begins: "Almost 30 states filed lawsuits to stop Obamacare. Not Missouri. Our attorney general sat it out." That's technically true, but slightly misleading.
Gut Check rejoiced at this morning's news that the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. ObamaCare. Of course, we already have health care, but we know that unemployment is only one terrible blog post away (this one, perhaps), and we suffer from a debilitating preexisting con ... More >>
Image via Not Jarrod Hayn, but a visual approximation of his hunting technique.Last week Daily RFT detailed the bizarre case of Jarrod Lee Hayn, a 38-year-old man from Kampsville, Illinois, facing up to three years in federal prison for recording himself running over deer and selling the t ... More >>
AkinWe kid, of course. But Todd Akin, the U.S. Representative from Missouri's 2nd Congressional District (Town and Country), forgot the word "indivisible" from the Pledge of Allegiance today while reciting the oath along with anti-health care reform advocates in Washington.Perhaps Akin made such ... More >>
Umm, Unreal was a bit confused about the start time for today's event. We thought it began at 10:30 p.m. CST. Who the hell throws a party at this hour of the morning? We haven't even had our first Bloody Mary. Thankfully, our limo pulled onto the National Mall just as things were getting underw ... More >>
A new comic novel asks: What if the ESTL seceded from the union?