I stand up to defend Mitt Romney’s brilliant tax planning, the surest way to preserve capital. And since he had so much more money to preserve, of course he had to work harder at it. My defense rests on MItt honoring our most sacred secular commandments, based on self-interest and the keys to our exceptionalism.
2012 is actually a pretty busy year here in Britain. We’ve had the Queen’s Jubilee, and the Olympics. And some anniversaries. The 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. The 200th […]
by Lee Camp
Back when I was younger there was a story going around about Uganda’s batshit crazy thug dictator, Idi Amin. It said that one of his wives had been found hacked into 13 […]
As President, I’d like to set the record straight about myself and my administration. We are intelligent people engaged in a search for solutions to the modern problems that face us. I […]