I don’t care who this person is, how respected they are in the journalism industry, what they were writing about, or how relevant this story is to the future of the free world: when you write terrible puns in your headlines, you deserve to be pun-ished. The pun in my headline is only there because
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Welcome to the first official Deep Wing discussion. Deep Wing is live coverage of a topic by several Tears of Time Editors, giving you the deepest insights from the broadest range of wings. We will begin posting regarding the State of the Union Address around 8:45 PM Eastern, 7:45 PM CST. Hit refresh every few
Tonight at 9 PM Eastern/8 PM Central (and you can do the math to figure out whatever other time zone you’re in), the “President” will be addressing the union with information about its current status. Most of you reading this probably had no idea this was evening happening tonight. Tears of Time will be Deep
According to the bean counters at the Pew Research Center, if Ron Paul went 3rd party he would split the Repiblican vote. This information was skewed by USA Today as they are attempting to trick people into not voting for Ron Paul. They’re presenting the story as “a vote for a 3rd party will ensure
Too long have we stood back and watched as we are given two practically identical candidates to choose from. Political parties have stolen the liberty from our own country by collecting massive amounts of money to promote their own agendas regardless of what the population actually wants. It’s time to take a stand against politicians
Like a rat jumping from a sinking ship, Kent Sorenson has left Michelle Bachmann’s campaign in favor of the far superior Ron Paul. Realizing he was supporting a woman and a pterodactyl, Sorenson hopped on the Paul bandwagon due to his points of “being awesome” and “not being a flying dinosaur.” A woman who’s only
Herman Cain’s new “9-9-9″ plan for taxes came directly from his stint as the mayor of Sim City. Maybe he has some political experience after all?