* Saturday Night Live explains the budget cuts with disco.
* It probably took a village to build Abraham Lincoln's log cabin.
* John Oliver's "The Bugle" podcast covers Mali, the Pope and Mars.
* The next time John Boehner gets mouthy, Joe Biden should pull this prank.
* The Suffrage Parade of 1913 is 100 years old today and still looks amazing.
* The great new idea to shout at people online who have different opinions than you do.
* A hidden camera show goes to Texas to see how a red state stands up to intolerance.
* NASA brags about how it has the largest indoor pool in the world. Suck it, Donald Trump!
Tags: Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Budget, Daily Links, John Oliver, LGBT, Marriage Equality, NASA, Pope Benedict XVI, Sequester, Texas, Women's Rights
Groceries. Radial tires. Cabinet-level political appointees.
There's nothing you can't get from Walmart, as proven by President Obama this morning, when he nominated Walmart Foundation head Sylvia Mathews Burwell to bring the "Save Money, Live Better" spirit to the Office of Management and Budget. (If this ends with Joe Biden handing out smiley face stickers at the West Wing entrance, we'll know she's gone too damn far.)
Burwell's resume includes a position in the Treasury Department during the Clinton years, a previous stint at OMB and being the only thing President Obama could have gotten from Walmart that wasn't made in China.
Nor will Burwell be the only veteran of corporate America to join the great socialist conspiracy in Obama's cabinet. Interior Secretary nominee Sally Jewell was CEO of sporting-goods store REI before backpacking her way to Washington, DC.
At this point, Ben and Jerry are going to feel very left out if one of them doesn't get to run something in Washington. Is there a Department of Watching Movies at Home Alone While Crying?
Photo by Daniel Aguilar/Getty Images News/Getty Images
Tags: Barack Obama, Budget, Corporations
Obama just said "Jedi Mindmeld."That sound you heard was Picard face-palming.
— Damon Lindelof (@DamonLindelof) March 1, 2013
Obama should follow John Kerry's lead here and stick to Rocky IV references.
— Chris L (@brittonlowe) March 1, 2013
Tags: Barack Obama, Star Trek, Star Wars, Tweet Roundup, Twitter
* Did you know Lena Dunham tried out for Zero Dark Thirty?
* Artist Ian Baxter has a strange new twist on taxidermy.
* Some employment news you can use: how to make your cubicle less boring.
* Instagram filters almost make North Korea look inviting.
* Kids in Eastern Congo have fun with a big hairy white guy.
* Let's round up the people who refuse to understand the sequester and sequester them.
* Nothing shows your respect for a politician like making a frozen blood statue of his face.
Photo by Nelson Barnard/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
Tags: Animals, Barack Obama, Daily Links, Lena Dunham, North Korea, Sequester, Zero Dark Thirty
The fact that some people are using the term "Woodwardgate" may very well cause a tear in the ironic space-time continuum.
— Mike Glenn (@mrglenn) February 28, 2013
White House also warned Bob Woodward he would regret liveTweeting for The Onion on Oscar night.
— Lizz Winstead (@lizzwinstead) February 28, 2013
Tags: Barack Obama, Bob Woodward, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, NASA, Richard Nixon, Tweet Roundup, Twitter, White House