Obama Hilariously Employs ‘Key & Peele’ Star As His ‘Anger Translator’ For Annual Event

Apr 27, 2015 By Scott Neumyer 0

If you’ve ever seen Comedy Central’s show Key & Peele then you already know just how funny the comedy duo of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele can be, but did you ever imagine you’d see Key at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner?

That’s exactly what happened this past week as Keegan-Michael Key joined the President as his “Anger Translator” during his speech at the annual event, and the results are absolutely hilarious.

“Khaleesi is coming to Westeros!” Ha!

Singing Cop Who Blew Our Minds with ‘Shake It Off’ Is BACK With a Brand New Duet

Apr 22, 2015 By Scott Neumyer 0

Remember the Dover, Delaware Police Department police officer that was caught lip-syncing to Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” on his dashcam? Well, that video went so viral that it now has over 33 million views.

And now he’s back with a brand new duet with a fellow officer where the two not only lip-sync, but they actually sing as well. You have to see it to believe it…

54 Hilarious Protest Signs We Can ALL Get Behind

Apr 14, 2015 By Megan Berman 0

Freedom of speech and political protest are some of the greatest traditions in the United States, but sometimes they can get a little serious.

What better way to lighten the mood than these clever, funny, and just plain weird signs?

Down with them!


Image: The Chive

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This Driver Gave a Cop a Friendly Reminder. Wait Till You See What the Officer Does…

Apr 2, 2015 By Scott Neumyer 0

The relationship between police and civilians has been in the news a lot this past year and it’s moments like you’ll see here that make it such a hot button issue.

According to the video’s description, an Uber driver witnessed a car trying to park without using a blinker at a green light. The car, which turned out to be an unmarked policeman’s vehicle, didn’t have reverse lights on either, so it’s likely he was double-parking without using his hazards.

The Uber driver casually pulled around and gestured “non-offensively” that the car’s driver should use his blinker in that situation. Unfortunately for the Uber driver, the police officer didn’t take kindly to the gesture, followed him, pulled him over, and then this ensued. Thankfully, the driver’s passengers were smart enough to record…

The officer’s actions are under a “formal investigation,” but his behavior here is unacceptable in any profession, let alone one that’s designed to serve and protect.


Republicans Stole a Photo to Attack This Photographer’s Friend. Here’s How He Responded…

Nov 4, 2014 By Joey 1

When Mark Osborne opened his mail several days ago, he was disappointed to see an attack ad against his friend, who’s running as an Independent for the Alaska State House of Representatives. Even more shocking, the photographer realized that the picture used in the ad was his — taken from a video Osborne had filmed…


Osborne was naturally upset about his photograph being used without his permission for a cause he didn’t support, but instead of quietly stewing or ranting about it on Facebook, he created this fantastic video…

Via: PetaPixel

Wisconsin Postal Worker Tosses Almost 1,000 Political Ads in a Dumpster

Nov 3, 2014 By Joey 1

This is a serious crime that’s completely inexcusable…but it’s also exactly what we all wish would happen to the political flyers littering our mailboxes each election season.

Wisconsin Assembly candidate Mike Rorhkaste was contacted Thursday by a Neenah resident who said they saw a postal worker drop a bunch of campaign mailers for him and other local GOP candidates in a dumpster…


According to the Wisconsin Reporter, a USPS supervisor immediately responded after Rorhkaste contacted them, taking photos and actually getting into the dumpster to recover the mail for the next day’s delivery.

An investigation by the U.S. Postal Service Office of the Inspector General revealed that the mail carrier felt overwhelmed by the 879 mailers and dumped them to avoid delivering them, not because of their political nature.

Fortunately, there’s only one more day before we don’t have to worry about this again — at least not for the next year and a half.