Sure, 2004 was a long time ago. But it’s hard to get at the truth sometimes, and when it does come out, especially regarding something as critical as the validity of democratic elections — in … Read moreNew court filing reveals how the 2004 Ohio presidential election was hacked
by Greg Palast, Truthout Charles Dickens’ “Oliver Twist” gave debtors’ prison a bad rap. Too bad. I’d say that locking away GOP Majority Leader Eric Cantor in a penitentiary for deadbeats seems like a darn … Read moreEXCLUSIVE: The Deficit Is Not Default of Obama
by Leslie Griffith and JP Sottile, Reader Supported News If the number one cable-news television station in America is run by Rupert Murdoch – and it is – then, my friends, it’s time for some … Read moreBuddy, Can You Spare a Television Network?
The hell is the deal with male politicians these days? Have they lost their minds? Guys, they’re giving all us men a bad name. And with Charlie Sheen still on the loose, we need the … Read moreYes, Virginia, Some Men are Pigs
The Winning Entries for the Humor Times Cartoon Caption Contest for January 2010 are: Name City State Caption Mike Monahan West Point VA We’re from the media. Could you moan a little louder for our … Read moreCartoon Caption Contest Winners, Jan. 2010
As I write this, our culture is in the midst of the annual holiday advertising blitz, with every newspaper, every tv channel, every radio station and every website hurtling a constant barrage of “messages” from … Read more’Tis the Season – To Give the Gift of Laugher, the Humor Times!
Here’s a recent article about the Humor Times ceasing it’s free version in Sacramento as of December 2007, after 16 years in the capitol city – available only by subscription as of 2008. Sacramentans have … Read moreHumor Times in the news! Ending free edition in Sacramento as of 2008