This story is about nothing more than the brain-busting pondering of celebrity bliss and all the things they do that make you go hmmm ... To get your brain running during midday, GlobalGrind has presented celebrity imponderables.
The lights may be slowly dimming in the streets of Washington D.C.
The federal government will come to a halt this Friday if Democrats and Republicans can't resolve their budget issues. So what happens when a government shuts down?
Leading up to the 2012 presidential elections, everyday we catch a glimpse of the field of candidates starting to pan out. Some of these individuals hint at running, while some have already flat out declared their candidacy.
How could anyone ask that question? At Rep. Paul Broun’s town hall meeting on Tuesday, the Athens congressman asked who had driven the farthest to be there and let the winner ask the first question. To everyone\'s surprise the question was, \'When is someone going to shoot ...
After the viral craze of Antoine Dodson’s hilarious “Bed Intruder” song, the Gregory Brothers present their newest production around the princess-of-politics wannabee who has been accused of witchcraft,
It’s been a crazy week in the political arena. From the United States not sending any aid to Haiti nine months after the earthquake to Republican New York Gubernatorial candidate, Carl Paladino, almost
Lady Gaga is visiting Maine\'s largest city to join a rally against the military\'s \"Don\'t ask, don\'t tell\" policy on gays. Lady Gaga has been going hard for gay rights for some time now and she even she
After the Oklahoma City bombings have we wholly shunned all federal government hating pro-gun toting white people? No, we’ve elected some to political office and also call them Tea Parties.\nDo we close
For those that believed that Black Republicans were merely an anomaly of the Tea Party: the next step from curious fad to congressional futures occurred last night with the 2010 journey long from over.
You may have missed it, considering that primary run-off elections are usually as ...