Final Shuttle Launch Signifies Total Apathy Toward Human Progress

This article can be safely ignored, because it is about the space shuttle which is now irrelevant. Not like that makes a difference to you, though, because you never cared in the first place. . . .

HEY GUESS WHAT? MORE WAR!

Murder-Mom Casey Anthony goes to war against large-tittied Kim Kardashian, who said the gorgeous and camera-friendly Casey Anthony killed her own photogenic baby. We got your attention yet? Obama wants to go to war with Libya. . . .

New Obama Documents Reveal Lapse in Judgment, Fraudulent School Funds

Either Barack Obama’s birth certificate is not valid, or he fraudulently received foreign-exchange scholarships. . . .

Barack Obama's personality cult

Democrats will regurgitate every word of Barack Obama’s as if it were their own. His personality cult has grown through war and propaganda to rival Stalin. . . .

U.S. SPECIAL FORCES ON LIBYA: "WE'RE GOING IN."

Barack Obama, Defense Secretary Robert Gates – and the entire government, for that matter – are lying, murderous cocksuckers. . . .

The Only True Conspiracy Theory

America now sees what the businessmen who financed the Tea Party intended: Dressed in powdered wigs and wearing red makeup that is actually gore, the Tea Party is shoveling babies into the ocean with pitchforks. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is gagging Lady Liberty with her gigantic strap-on while trying to save face by praising Al-Jazeera and . . .

Chronicle.SU a Tremendous Success

A story of domestic terrorism for the state, which we now control. . . .

New Video Game Subverts Morality

Parents beware. Your children are doing drugs inside their video games. The Soviet Chronicle goes nose deep into the world of cocaine video gaming and overdoses on the shit. . . .

Man Patiently Waits For JNCOs To Be Cool Again

One man’s tale of love of JNCOs, and JNCO culture. Juggalo is deep, almost as deep as deez pocketz. /////////WORD . . .

ELF WAX TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT

The Elf Wax Times’ team of political analysts project that the publication’s platform of drug use, videogames and name-calling will be all the evidence voters need to make the right decision in 2012. . . .