March 5, 2012
There’s a reason why the phrase “cute as a kitten” has stuck around all this time.
It’s because few things are as absolutely adorable as young felines doing their thing.
February 10, 2011
If there was a list of Things People Would Never Say, somewhere in the top five would be the phrase: “I wonder what Kate Moss’ boobs look like.” And while Ms Moss has all her special parts covered in this video, lots of feminists weren’t particularly happy to see one of the world’s most prominent super models making pole-dancing look like an aspirational goal.
April 21, 2010
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The First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . . is normally attributed to the English philosopher John Locke, but the phrase separation of church and state is traced to an 1802 letter by Thomas Jefferson.
April 6, 2010
There are points to make on either side of the health care reform debate, but when President Obama signed the bill into law, right-wing political pundits brought a whole new meaning to the phrase “jumping the shark.” Apparently, according to some, the bill’s 10% tax on tanning salon’s is President Obama’s way of saying, “Choke on that, honky!”
January 1, 2010
There is no more solemn duty for an American commander-in-chief than the martialling of “all elements of American power” – the phrase Obama himself used on Monday – to protect the people of the United States.
In that key respect, Obama failed on Christmas Day, just as President George W.