Parents in Tucson are upset after their 8-year old was sent home from school with the “Catastrophe Award.” It was a special award, given to the student with the most excuses for not doing their homework. They say that giving a student a negative aware is inappropriate, and giving it to a child in front of the whole class is super-dooper inappropriate. They say that it amounts to bullying.
PAO! A 75 year old New Jersey woman has been ordered by the local housing authority to take down her American flags. The problem is that she is in government housing, and if they allow her to fly her American flags, that means that would have to allow anyone to fly any kind of flag that they want. Naturally, Todd Starnes is there.
Awkward Media Moment: Donald Trump and Wolf Blitzer got pretty heated on Tuesday afternoon. Trump started out by saying that he didn’t want to talk about the birther issue at all, and then proceeded to talk about the birther issue. It’s 11 minutes of pure awesome, and ends with a few shots at George Will.
Authorities in Florida say that bath salts may have played a role in the Cannibal Zombie attack in Florida. At least one witness now speaking out. The attacker has been identified as Rudy Eugene, 31, and according to court filings, he had no income and his assets included $2 cash and a $50 cellphone.
Who says Mitt Romney doesn’t have a sense of humor? The soon-to-be GOP Presidential nominee was speaking in Colorado and his microphone kept cutting out. He said that “the Obama campaign must have worked on it.”
It’s been one year since Weinergate. The New York Post took a look at his new job being a stay-at-home Dad. I’ve heard it’s the most difficult job on the planet.
A Florida man is leading an expedition into the African Congo to find a dinosaur and bring it back home. The beast has been sighted by pygmies and two explorers over the years. His family is very concerned, both because people have been known to… ya know, die in the Congo, and also because he is spending $30,000 on the expedition.