Is there anything worse than Republican attempts at ironic humor? Well, yes, but they're still pretty bad Take this Western-themed ad from Herman Cain's overreaching campaign team, "He Carried Yellow Flowers," featuring the Ironic Celebrity Endorsement of actor Nick Searcy, some card-carrying liberals and (more).
As much as one-third of all flowering plants face extinction at the hands of humans, according to new research -- and that's not even factoring in climate change. Such a die-off would have a devastating impact on the food chain. As one of the researchers put it, "if you get rid of [plants] you get rid of a lot of the things above them."
In probably the least appropriate metaphor for relations between Israel and Palestine, Israel has allowed, for the first time in a year, Gazan flower companies to export 25,000 carnations to Europe in time for Valentine's Day, though the volume pales in comparison to previous annual exports of 60 million flowers.
Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones have been working independently to make Bill Clinton's life miserable for years, and now the two scandal magnets have come together to put out a series of videos -- for a fee, of course. The Guardian chronicles some of the numerous ways the two have profited from their alleged relationships with the former president.