From the category archives:

Comedy

Slow Jam with Mitt

January 25, 2014

Mitt Romney recently appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to “Slow Jam the News.”  It’s pretty good, with a few good zings and tons of innuendo.  Check it out: H/T: The Blaze

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Bear Safety Video

July 13, 2013

From WJAR 10, Rhode Island’s NBC affiliate, comes this bear safety video which is supposed to be serious and probably has some merit, but good luck not laughing:

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Steven Crowder, the Zimmerman Trial, and Facebook

July 2, 2013

Last week Rachel Jeantel testified as a witness for the prosecution against George Zimmerman in the trial over the death of Trayvon Martin. Her testimony was just plain awful, generated uncomfortable laughs, as well as plenty of racial controversy (what doesn’t these days!). So here comes Steven Crowder, who loves to draw attention to the [...]

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Great State Fight

December 22, 2012

I’m feeling a bit “anything else” today as far as posting goes.  So, a friend recently sent me this video.  It’s about a year old, but I’d never seen it.  It’s pretty (safe) funny:  

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It Wasn’t Michgan’s Right-to-Work Bill that Struck Steven Crowder

December 11, 2012

We all love Steven Crowder’s sass and sarcasm, but reporting outside the Lansing, Michigan, union protest of a new right-to-work bill which passed the legislature today, this happened: We hope Steven and everyone else in those tents are OK. Quotes from top Michigan Democrat legislators threatening that “there will be blood, there will be consequences” [...]

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Collectivist Trick or Treating

October 31, 2012

Except for our friends in New Jersey, where I think Ryan is still without power, tonight is Halloween.  That means kids will be going door-to-door to collect candy from their neighbors.  On the surface, it sounds like a perfect day to train our little ones to be liberal, what with the going around with your [...]

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Romney Gets Laughs at Al Smith Dinner

October 19, 2012

Last night was the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner where both Romney and Obama showed up to roast themselves and each other a bit and cheer the Foundation.  Knowing that the candidates don’t write their own material, delivery is key.  Romney was great — I even laughed out loud a few times!  Here was [...]

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Another Take on the VP Debate

October 13, 2012

NMAtv is back with their take of the VP debate:

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A Basketball Jones

June 22, 2012

The Miami Heat beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 5 of the NBA Finals last night, securing for LeBron James his first NBA title.  Since the Heat had to beat my Boston Celtics on their way to the Finals, my only hope was that OKC won.  They didn’t.  At least they’re not the Lakers. [...]

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Christie and Booker Have Some Fun

May 16, 2012

Governor Chris Christie and Newark Mayor Corey Booker decided to have a little bipartisan fun in the Garden State.  Everyone knows that Christie’s been hard at work dealing with Jersey’s many problems, but unless you’re from around here you may not know that Booker actually ran into a burning house to save a woman last [...]

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The Liberal Life of Julia

May 6, 2012

Earlier this week the Obama camp put out this slideshow called “The Life of Julia” basically admitting that the left is intent on creating and maintaining a cradle-to-grave-society with Obama at the center of the universe. The slideshow is so ideologically pure and worthy of parody that even the New York Times couldn’t help but [...]

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They Don’t Call Keynesian Stimulus a Crap Sandwich for Nothing

February 24, 2012

Here’s a funny video via Free Republic on Keynesian stimulus and Paul Krugman putting what normally files out of his mouth into his mouth.    

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TOTUS: Lost and Found

October 18, 2011

No need to panic — no need to invoke the 25th Amendment — no need to cancel the 2012 Elections — TOTUS has been found! Some hoodlums decided to steal TOTUS and some sound equipment yesterday, but all is well now:  TOTUS has been recovered and is ready for action. Crisis averted, the nation can [...]

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Cain Sings Imagine, Sort Of

October 17, 2011

Now that he’s one of the frontrunners in the race for the Republican nomination, we are about to learn more about Herman Cain’s past.  One gem that was recently uncovered is this gem from Cain’s days as CEO of Godfather’s Pizza chain when he took to the stage to sing about pizza to the tune of [...]

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The Eloquence of Al Sharpton

August 10, 2011

It looks like MSNBC has been showcasing its A Squad. Hat tips:  Rush Limbaugh and Creative Minority Report

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The Smurfs — Three (Very Red) Apples High

July 29, 2011

The latest attempt to get the ’80s nostalgia crowd to take their kids to the movies, The Smurfs, is being released today.  Apparently, it’s as bad as you think it is.  However, since I used to watch “The Smurfs” back in the day I took a particular interest in what has been suggested since then, [...]

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The “Why I’m a Democrat” Video

June 28, 2011

The Right Scoop was able to get a hold of a College Democrat video which was taken down for obvious reasons once you see it.  Because it’s so embarrassing, I believe the “Why I’m a Democrat” video needs to be shared widely.  Beck and crew have a blast with it in the first clip!  However, [...]

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Bin Laden Sends Message from Hell

May 7, 2011

Well, not exactly.  It’s really a Steven Crowder youtube video, but that’s good enough for me.

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Cartoons Discuss (Un)Constitutionality of Obamacare

February 4, 2011

Videos of these cartoon coworkers are all over Youtube, but this one is my favorite.  In this video, cartoon smart conservative guy and cartoon stupid liberal chick discuss Obamacare and jurisprudence.  Enjoy.

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Hitler Reacts to Olbermann’s Departure

January 22, 2011

Well, you knew it was coming.  Here’s the video of Hitler reacting to Olbermann’s departure from MSNBC. I disagree with those who are tired of the Hitler videos.  They never get old. Hat tip:  Greg Pollowitz

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Why Pelosi’s Not Speaker Anymore

January 8, 2011

So it was always this simple: To paraphrase Rush Limbaugh’s great observation: whenever liberals are out of power they’re just plain funny!  I’m certain a part of Pelosi actually believes this.  Remember, the Dems used Herbert Hoover as a mallet to hit Republicans for seventy years.  They’ll probably be blaming things on Bush well into [...]

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Jib Jab’s “So Long to Ya, 2010″

January 2, 2011

A little fun from the folks at Jib Jab:

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“I Want Your Money,” a Pro-Tea Party Film

October 10, 2010

I’ve seen TV commercials for I Want Your Money in the New York market, but couldn’t quite figure out what angle it was taking.  That was, of course, until I watched the trailer: Pro-Reagan?  Check.  Pro-Tea Party?  Check.  Mercilessly candid about Obamanomics?  Looks like it.  I’m not sure if this documentary will be in wide [...]

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Rush Limbaugh on Sunday’s Family Guy

October 2, 2010

Yes, Rush Limbaugh decided to lend his voice to an episode of Family Guy, which will air 9pm this Sunday! I’m watching, especially because the episode takes aim at Brian.  See, Brian used to be my favorite character — Peter’s dog, who drinks too much and has a dry sense of humor.  He was great!  [...]

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Gutfeld on Tolerance and the Ground Zero Mosque

August 11, 2010

Here’s a truly priceless clip from a segment on Glenn Beck’s show last night, where Red Eye host Greg Gutfeld explains his proposal for a new establishment to open right next door to the planned Cordoba Mosque, which as you know is being built in the shadows of Ground Zero: Ah, the beauty of tolerance [...]

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BP “Coffee” Spill

June 17, 2010

Earlier today I was told by a conservative friend at work to check out “BP Spills Coffee” on YouTube for a spoof on the oil disaster.  It was just a matter of time, I suppose.  Unfortunately, it’s missing the equivalent of a useless Obama figure, but it’s still pretty good.  There’s a little language towards [...]

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What Makes Darth Vader Tick

June 5, 2010

Apparently, some have felt it necessary to dissect, analyze and hypothesize about the psychology of Darth Vader to demonstrate to their students how relevant and applicable psychology can be.  Most could tell you that Darth Vader was a messed up dude, but to use precious PhD time to diagnose him as having “borderline personality disorder,” [...]

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The BP Oil Spill was Not Bush’s Fault

May 26, 2010

Yesterday, the soon-to-be former Senator Chris Dodd from Connecticut (phew!), finally blamed the BP Gulf oil spill on George W. Bush.  Check the video at about 1:20 or so for the good stuff. Honestly, I was beginning to wonder what was taking them so long! But, truth be told, Dodd’s all wrong:  Bush has a [...]

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Arizona’s Governor Strikes Back Through Humor

May 23, 2010

What does Kermit the Frog have to say about reading state laws you talk about all the time?  I don’t know, but here’s a clever rip-off courtesy of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s office: Remember now, the Left has no sense of humor and being “corny” must mean you’re a Kansas Bush-voter, so they probably didn’t [...]

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SNL, Betty White, and Her Dusty Muffin

May 9, 2010

Comedy gold from the Golden Girl on last night’s SNL.  Now we can finally say that Alec Baldwin has some competition in “The Delicious Dish greatest episode ever contest.

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