If you have never seen Glenn Beck in action, he's done you the favor of creating a segment that captures his je ne sais crazy so perfectly that you need never watch another episode again.
There are tears. An imaginary Lady Liberty. And: mouth to mouth with an American flag.
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The Dow Jones closed at a record high yesterday. Wall Street bonuses are up. And get this: after six years of searching in vain for a government job, Mitt Romney finally found a place in the private sector. America, we are back, baby!
Romney will be working for his eldest son, Tagg, at the investment firm Solamere Capital. Yep, working for his own kid. A man with a six-year gap on his resume probably isn't going to find work in the wanted ads, so, you take what you can get.
A person with knowledge of the deal tells NBC that Romney is planning to work with Solamere for one week a month.
Sure, it's been a while since Romney has been in the finance game, but starting him off as a week-a-month temp is just cruel.
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Speaking on the Senate floor for 12 hours and 52 minutes is an impressive accomplishment for both Sen. Rand Paul's (R-KY) mouth and his bladder.
It's even more impressive when you consider all the things he could have been doing instead:
Tags: Civil Rights, Drones, Filibuster, Rand Paul, Senate
* This guy still understands evolution better than most of Congress.
* COPS: Skyrim is almost as entertaining as real life.
* The history of Google is another successful American Dream story.
* The International Space Station's ambassador to the internet is at it again!
* Nate Silver is using his statistical powers to analyze your failing relationship.
* Reuben Bolling's Tom the Dancing Bug cartoon presents "Star Se-Trek-Ster"
* Chuck Grassley tells the gruesome story behind one of his most popular tweets.
* SimCity is not only the model for Herman Cain's tax plan, it's also a model for urban development.
Tags: Barack Obama, Chuck Grassley, Daily Links, Evolution, Google, Herman Cain, International Space Station, Nate Silver, Police, Racism, Sequester, Space, Twitter, Video Games