Blog Archives

DeMint: Space turns astronauts gay, time to defund NASA


Washington, DC – In 1983 Sally Ride became a hero as the first American woman to travel into space. She was also happily married to fellow astronaut Steve Hawley, a fact not lost on South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint (R).

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Features, Politics, Technology

Liberals shocked more of their taxes don’t pay for abortions


The Obama administration rolled out a new tool this week to allow taxpayers to see exactly how their money is being spent. While Advocates for government transparency are pleased with this new service, the breakdown has some Americans seeing red.

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Features, Life, Politics

Haley on staff raises: “It will trickle down.”

Newly inaugurated Governor Nikki Haley wasted little time taking action to turn around South Carolina’s economy, with her first act of economic stimulus being to increase salaries of her personal staff.

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Business, Politics

“Cut those mother******* to the bone” says Rep. Jim Merrill

Daniel Island – Recorded conversations between Representative Jim Merrill and as yet unidentified parties on a conference have the Daniel Island Republican making apologies to everyone from Superintendent of Education Jim Rex to local education officials.

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Education

Citibank invited to have intercourse with themselves

Charleston – A local publisher got a heaping helping of holiday cheer courtesy of South Dakota-based bank Citibank, a division of New York-based Citigroup (NYSE: C) on Sunday. The credit card giant shared the holiday spirit this year by decreasing his available credit by almost $5,000 to about $25 and letting him know via the cashier at a local Barnes & Noble when his card was declined.

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Business, News of the Actual

Homeschool colleges the next big thing in SC

Columbia – Think you need to fork over thousands of dollars a year to get a decent job in the worst economy since the early 1980s? Think again, says Curt LeBlanc of the SC Homeschool League.

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Education

Cash for clunkers funds opposed by legislators, governor

Oconee – The wildly successful cash for clunkers program is being opposed by the state’s legislative leaders. The program, paying up to $4500 for qualifying cars to reduce the price on new automobiles ran out of funding last week.

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Business, Features, Politics

SC may be first to legalize, tax marijuana

Dillon – State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) agents, flanked by police chiefs from the state’s largest cities joined 16 elected sheriffs today at South of the Border to announce their support for legalizing and taxing marijuana.

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Business, Features
The editorial content of this site is satire and parody. Real news is clearly marked. Lighten up.