* Here's a documentary about comedian-turned-NYC mayoral candidate Randy Credico.
* If you missed Rand Paul's filibuster, check out the 120-second version.
* The Bulls and other teams with horns Dennis Rodman wants to join.
* UCBComedy tries to figure out the FCC's censorship guidelines. [NSFW]
* President Obama shows his willingness to reach across the aisle for a bill.
* Magic School Bus teacher Ms. Frizzle gets raked over the coals at a local PTA meeting.
* A Pennsylvania councilman sent an inappropriate email, which means he's ready for Congress!
Tags: Barack Obama, Dennis Rodman, Drugs, Education, Fashion, FCC, Filibuster, Michelle Obama, New York City, Pennsylvania, PTA, Rand Paul, Randy Credico, Satan, Sequester, The New Yorker, UCB
From Jesus Christ to Ron Paul to Your Mom, thousands of not-on-the-ballot candidates received votes in this year's election. Some of the most creative entries came from Georgia's 10th Congressional District, where evolution-denying doctor Paul Broun faced no Democratic opponent but had to fend-off a write-in challenge from the ghost Charles Darwin.
Tags: Animals, Georgia, History, Paul Broun, Pennsylvania, Television
While the voters have not been unkind to the Republican majority in the House of Representatives, one segment of the Congressional Republican Party has been dealt a devastating blow: the Senate Rape Caucus.
Tags: Abortion, Bob Casey, Claire McCaskill, Election Day 2012, Indiana, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Richard Mourdock, Todd Akin, Women's Rights
For months, the Obama campaign has been targeting discrete demographics in the hopes of securing a victory of the president: they've gone after Ohio autoworkers and Pennsylvania muppeteers, binders of women and satchels of young men, single moms and office park dads. But it's possible that for all their effort, they'll be unable to overcome the advantage Mitt Romney has among one key demographic: Our nation's voting machines.
Tags: Election Day 2012, Pennsylvania, Voter Suppression
Every presidential Election Day follows a set routine. First, we hyperventilate about results from Dixville Notch. Then Fox News, consummate professionals that they are, make their first in a series of reports on a black man standing outside of a polling place in Philadelphia.
What is he doing? And why is he doing it while black?
Tags: Election Day 2012, Fox News, HysteriaWatch 2012, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia