Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:
The Redskins have decided not to back down, despite the US patent office revoking their trademark. Given past court decisions, the Redskins might actually be in a position to finally win something.
This is not a joke: A rhino at a zoo was feeling lonely, so zoo keepers decided to make sure she had some company… They decided on a donkey. The picture of the two of them together looks an awful lot like pictures of bipartisan congressional committees.
Al Gore is blaming the Syria conflict on global warming. Apparently the Jihadists are being organized by Manbearpig.
Iranian experts and the UN have a slight disagreement on when Iran is expected to have a working nuclear bomb… Meh: You say “potato”, I say “a nation run by nuclear-capable holocaust deniers”.
MSNBC gets anemic ratings… Which is why – in the liberal fashion of doubling down on failure – they are creating a second MSNBC online. The internet is about to get a little dumber:
Russia, China and America just outlawed Darth Vader’s Death Star. Good move.
Colorado’s governor (kinda) apologized to the state’s sheriffs for passing controversial gun control bills. Well…really, he lied to them, used a four letter word, and apologized for not hearing the concerns of law enforcement. In other words: He acted like a Democrat governor.
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