Members of the right wing are freaking out online after Internet search giant Google chose to honor Cesar Chavez with a doodle on Easter Sunday instead of something Christian holiday related.
A look at the day's political happenings, including the seven battleground states that could decide the election and a legal victory for Planned Parenthood.
Conservatives are once again leveling the false claim that Fluke, the women's rights activist who was thrust into the national spotlight after Rush Limbaugh called her a "slut," wants the government to pay for her to have sex.
Conservative faux-pimp prankster James O'Keefe earned high praise from Fox News' starring lineup -- Glenn Beck, Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity, among other Murdochians -- for his infamous ACORN prostitution "bust" depicted in a video which turns out to have been edited, perhaps with a goal in mind In keeping with this spirit, Stephen Colbert engaged in a little deceptive (continued).
Let it be known that MSNBC's Keith Olbermann is not a fan of Massachusetts Sen.-elect Scott Brown. In turn, let it be known that Jon Stewart is not pleased by Olbermann's apparent descent into "the fetid swamp of baseless name-calling" -- except, that is, for his creatively crass description of Rush Limbaugh.
Having caught wind that Fox Newser Sean Hannity was going to take a moment on his show to issue an apology to Jon Stewart for using older tea-party rally footage in a recent story, the host of "The Daily Show" was looking forward to hearing an admission of how the Fox folks subscribe to the network's methodology, aka "the subtle altering of reality to sell a preconceived narrative." That didn't quite happen.
What with all this economic turmoil of late, not to mention a suspected socialist in the White House, right-wing pundits like femmebot Michelle Malkin and fellow Fox-friendly cretin Glenn Beck are looking to "author, philosopher and female comb-over pioneer" Ayn Rand for guidance. Stephen Colbert thinks they should move to an island all their own, where less work gets done on purpose.