Top Articles by Ben Cohen
Billionaire douchebag Peter Schiff, the man who recently said the the ‘mentally retarded’ are ‘maybe worth $2 an hour’, went on the Joe Rogan podcast to explain his position on the minimum wage. Needless to say, he talked a great deal of nonsense.
On a Tumblr site named ‘Dimly Lit Meals For One’, an anonymous blogger posts what he calls “heartbreaking images of one man’s home cooking gone wrong.” The images are, well, heartbreaking.
Having waded through a few of Friedman’s pieces (all equally banal and meaningless), we compared them to the hilarious ‘Tom Friedman Op/Ed Generator’ website, a creation of developer Brian Mayer that allows readers to randomly create Friedman columns with the click of a button. Here’s what came up:
Facebook banned a pretty funny photo of Jesus but allows trolls to post grossly offensive comments towards women. Has the GOP infiltrated the social network?
Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) delivered the State Of The Union rebuttal for the Republicans last night. Rodgers spoke slowly (probably a good thing given her target audience), and was shockingly light on actual content, proving yet again that the GOP is in a terminal death spiral and completely incapable of being anywhere near government.
James Grant, a junior doctor in New Zealand, fought a shark, stitched himself up back at shore, then went to the pub for a cheeky pint afterwards.
President Obama has finally shown his true colors and is raising the minimum wage of federal contractors to a disgustingly high $10.10/hour. The re-distributor-in-chief is enacting the policy via executive order, making sure workers could keep a family with an entire child just above the federal poverty threshold.
The British newspaper the Daily Mail was so outraged by Beyoncé’s admittedly ridiculously hyper-sexual performance at the Grammys last night that they published all the photos of it.
If you needed more proof that smoking cigarettes is one of the deadliest, dumbest activities on the planet, the poster child for smoking, Eric Lawson, the man who portrayed ‘The Marlboro Man’ in cigarette ads during the late 1970s, has died of respiratory failure. At 72 years of age, Lawson fell victim to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease… Read More
Bill Gates might be the second richest man on the planet and an incredibly astute business man, but he’s a complete lightweight at chess. That is, compared with Magnus Carlsen, the world number 1 chess player who beat him in precisely 79 seconds.
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time again: Glenn Beck Comment Porn! This week, we truly have a special edition of the column – a collection of comments from readers of The Blaze that are so epically stupid we’re wondering whether the site hasn’t been hacked by liberal trolls.
If there were any real standards in the news media, Andrea Mitchell and her MSNBC show ‘Andrea Mitchell Reports’ would be taken off the air immediately for interrupting a serious political interview with news regarding the arrest of a pop singer.
George Zimmerman is releasing a new painting after selling the last one for over $100,000. To ascertain whether he really is the next Rembrandt, we asked an actual art teacher to critique his technical skill and creativity.
Ann Coulter believes marijuana should be illegal because her pool guy didn’t clean her pool in California one time, and regular smokers are good for the country because they die early and Ann won’t have to pay for keeping them alive later in life.
In a hilarious segment, Jon Stewart reacted to new accusations that Chris Christie’s office used Sandy aid as political leverage last night, slamming Christie for what he called “Some old-school New Jersey corruption”.