The PGA calls a penalty on itself
‘1. /noun/ an elected public official with no sense of remorse or shame. 2. /verb/ the unexplainable phenomenon of a disgraced former official rising in opinion polls’
Lindsey Graham’s call to boycott the Sochi games is pointless.
With sincere apologies to Bill Shakespeare.
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When tyrants need a break from the day-to-day grind, they head to Havana.
The State Department is paying for three Indian-American comedians to tell jokes in India.
What I discovered at the Boone County Jail, the epicenter of America’s “human rights crisis.”