The Dancing Man of Cottonwood Heights has been exonerated. Though questions remain.
“We adopt this Resolution before God that he pass us by in his Coming Wrath.”
In which Texas police “err on the side of caution” by arresting a 14-year-old who had what sort of looked like a bomb they saw in a movie. Fact that he’s a Muslim? Totally irrelevant.
Signs with funny squiggles on them popped up in Louisiana, and of course somebody assumed it was part of a terrorist plot.
Gimme a break, Pat.
A thoroughly pissed-off Gen. George Washington to British Lt. General Thomas Gage (Aug. 19, 1775): I have taken Time, Sir, to make a strict Inquiry, and find it has not the least Foundation in Truth. Not only your Officers, and…
For once I'm not going to be criticizing the TSA, but that's only because the TSA wasn't involved here in any way. Although it wouldn't surprise me if they have been meeting with their Irish counterparts supposedly to exchange nonsensical…
It was totally unfair that the victims had a backup set.
Seriously, I'm already way behind on other stuff—could the TSA stop doing stupid $&*# for maybe 48 hours? Is that possible? Today's report (thanks, Erika) is that thousands of passengers were delayed for hours at Hobby Airport in Houston, many…
“Last night I felt … that somebody groped me….”