A new Korean War monument was unveiled on Memorial Day in Chillicothe, Ohio—an 8- by 6-foot black monolith etched with a collage of war scenes and the names of local soldiers fallen in that war. It's also a disgraceful insult to every American serviceman who fought in Korea and every other war.
We're now entering the ninth day of the government shutdown. America continues to be held hostage by extremist neanderthal Congressional asshats, who refuse to back down until their ridiculous demands are met. Here's a recap of where we're at now:
It's been five days since the most powerful country in the world was brought to its knees by a minority of demented extremists. Like their primate evolutionary kin, these Congressional asshats continue to punish the entire country by throwing poop at us. Here's all the clusterfuck coverage thus far.
Four days and the most powerful country in the world is still frozen with no end in sight. Your representatives in DC keep slinging turds at each other, but nobody seems to be doing anything to solve the situation manufactured by some demented Republicans. Here's all our coverage of the ongoing clusterfuck so far.
One of the biggest games of the year—Tom Clancy's new Splinter Cell: Blacklist—takes players right into Guantanamo Bay prison camp to torture an inmate—and then lets them "decide to spare or kill their interrogated target."