* 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
Probably my least favorite President is that pyramid with the scary eye on top.
— Brandon Gutermuth (@UNTRESOR) February 18, 2013
I was on my way to work this morning when I realized it's Presidents Day and I don't have a job.
— Robin McCauley (@RobinMcCauley) February 18, 2013
Tags: Conan O'Brien, Herman Cain, House of Representatives, President's Day, Tweet Roundup, Twitter, William Howard Taft
In a definitive sign that Herman Cain's presidential bid was 100% successful, Fox News has hired the former candidate and Godfather's Pizza CEO as a paid contributor, just weeks after dropping Sarah Palin. Nearly every Fox show could benefit from Cain's political and business insight:
Tags: Fox News, Herman Cain, Media, Sarah Palin
We've looked over the 5 Funniest Congressional Ads of 2012 and the 5 Funniest Local Campaign Ads of 2012, but who among us can resist the urge to revisit the fact that Herman Cain actually ran for president?
Best Trolling of Social Conservatives
Campaign: Obama for America
The Ad: "Lena Dunham: Your First Time." Compared casting a ballot to losing one's virginity. Considering it took 3 hours instead of 30 seconds to cast a ballot in Florida, this turned out to be very, very far from the truth.
Tags: Advertising, Barack Obama, Herman Cain, Lena Dunham, Rick Perry, Ron Paul