From the Vault: House Republicans Against Robosigning, Except When They Are For It

  June 17th, 2011 Washington [API] President Obama used an Autopen device to sign an extension of the Patriot Act into law last month, a move that has some members of Congress in a lather The autopen is a commonly used device among the legislative community to generate mass copies of their own signature. NormallyContinue reading “From the Vault: House Republicans Against Robosigning, Except When They Are For It”

From the Vault: Police Can’t Make Norweigan Shooter’s Press Conference Because They Couldn’t Get A Ride

  7/23/2011 Oslo, Norway [AP] The world reels as the horror of suspect Anders Behring Breivik’s shooting spree is slowly uncovered, but police in Oslo were unable to make the press conference as they could not find a ride. Downtown in Oslo a bomb rocked a government building killing seven and injuring fifteen. What noContinue reading “From the Vault: Police Can’t Make Norweigan Shooter’s Press Conference Because They Couldn’t Get A Ride”

From the Vault: The European Union is Fine, Thanks for Asking

  2/7/2012 Bucharest [AP] With Romania indicating that it is now bankrupt, new concerns about the European Union are surfacing, after initial surprise that Romania was actually in the EU. It is now becoming apparent that Romania was mismanaged, inherently corrupt, and shockingly¬† inefficient, which put fears that they did not belong to rest. ButContinue reading “From the Vault: The European Union is Fine, Thanks for Asking”

From the Vault: An Intro

  Years ago, I got the chance to write for a satirical online paper called The Washington Fancy. It’s where I met Tom and a couple of other great writers and drove my editors nuts. The Fancy was based a simple formula, one-concept articles that didn’t take up too much of your attention, and aContinue reading “From the Vault: An Intro”