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Shirley Temple Figured Out Christmas at the Age of 6

“I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph.” ~Shirley Temple According to a 2013 report from Pew Research, hardly any kids in America believe in Santa Claus, hardly anyone likes its obligations, everybody hates shopping during the … Continue reading

Shirley Temple Figured Out Christmas at the Age of 6

“I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph.” ~Shirley Temple   According to a 2013 report from Pew Research, hardly any kids in America believe in Santa Claus, hardly anyone likes its obligations, everybody hates shopping during … Continue reading

Lester & Charlie’s Thanksgiving Week Theater II

Sarah’s Slaughter   *** *** *** *** While you’re here, check out our new book on Amazon. ***

Dumb if by Land

To succeed in life, you need two things: ignorance and confidence. ~Mark Twain   Every year on the anniversary of Paul Revere’s midnight ride, we like to watch this short reminder of what really happened that night. Courtesy of Professor Sarah Palin. ***  

The Week in Politics

POWER OF BABBLE Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. Let’s get right to this week’s psychobabble because that’s why we’re all here. First, we don’t need an app for everything and the news should stop giving all of them free promotion. This week’s idiot app was reported … Continue reading

Betcha By Golly Wow!

By now, surely you’ve heard the awesome news that Sarah Palin launched her own subscription-based online network — The Sarah Palin Channel — where everyone’s favorite half-wit can reach her huddled masses directly and bypass those pesky “politically correct” media filters. And it’s only $9.95 a month! When we heard the news about PalinTV we … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS   Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. Sure, a lot humorless things were going on last week. But let’s focus on something funny. Specifically, the growing shortlist of exciting personalities who might be eyeballing the 2016 presidential election. First, halfwit and part-time governor … Continue reading

Let the Evolution Begin

AN ANNUAL TRADITION “There is no confusion like the confusion of a simple mind.” ~The Great Gatsby The American Revolutionary War began today in 1775. And just like Christmas isn’t Christmas until you’ve pulled the plastic tree out of the box in the attic, April 19th doesn’t feel right without letting Sarah Palin explain the … Continue reading

Sarah Palin’s Half Baked Recipes

Conservatives are pouncing over the resignation this week of Bill Yosses, the White House executive pastry chef who has been rolling dough since the George W. Bush administration. As usual, the far right is forcing their opinions about this “scandal” down listener’s throats without even adding a pinch of truth. Why did he quit? Rush … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

American Psychos This week, escaped lunatic and retiring Congresswoman Michele Bachmann let Marcus out of the closet and let some of her 27 kids out of the basement long enough to pose for this picture: The photo was then posted on Facebook by Sophia, one of the Bachmann brood, with no other description than “Bachmann … Continue reading

Lester & Charlie’s Annual Prediction Poll!

Say what you want about 2013. But before you dismiss it, cranky style, for being as lousy as any other year you didn’t get everything you wanted from Santa, try to remember the few good things that happened in the last twelve months. Michele Bachmann announced her retirement from Congress. There was no U.S. presidential … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

The Week in Politics: The Grinch Who Saved Christmas On the heels (or snow boots) of: Sarah Palin’s one-woman battle against the imaginary War on Christmas, and FOX News bobblehead Megyn Kelley’s one-woman crusade to keep the white in White Christmas, and Another child shooting a gun in Colorado, and “Keeping the poor miserable” becoming … Continue reading

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