Category Archives: Humor

Aug
19
2013

AWESOME! TSA Creepers Just Got Creepier

19, Aug

By Katie Kieffer


Janet Napolitano’s TSA agents won’t keep their blue, latex-covered paws to themselves. The TSA is now expanding its grope to rodeos, sports stadiums, music festivals and train stations.

The TSA’s signature move is like the signature move of a guy who “accidentally” brushes his hand against a woman’s buttocks or chest—a woman he’s not dating; married to; or, even a friend to. Except the TSA pulls the creeper move on men and women alike, plus grandmothers and toddlers. Continue reading

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Aug
12
2013

Hillary: She’s the Man

12, Aug

By Katie Kieffer


Ah, Hillary Clinton. Let me count the ways she doth love to be feminine. Continue reading

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Jul
08
2013

Agency Girls Gone Wild

08, Jul

By Katie Kieffer


Agency girls are going wild. Obama’s leading ladies make students partying on the beach look like amateurs.

Misbehavin’ is a resume booster in Washington, D.C. But not the kind of misbehaving that you might think. There are no wet t-shirt contests. It’s a buttoned-up misbehavin’—personified by middle-aged matrons on a mission for complete control over your life.

Here are is my annual edition of ‘Agency Girls Gone Wild:’ Continue reading

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Dec
31
2012

12 Liberal Pledges for 2013

31, Dec

By Katie Kieffer

champagne bottles

Here are twelve comical but true resolutions that every liberal should make for 2013:

1.) Resolve to spend time with gun-owners. I have a liberal friend who says she would rather be in the same room as a cobra snake than a gun, even an unloaded gun. Guns really, really scare her. But guns don’t kill. People kill. Whether the tool is a gun or a knife or a baseball bat, unconscionable people kill, not the inanimate objects in their hands. Continue reading

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Oct
29
2012

Miss Goldie Standard Makes Halloween Count

29, Oct

By Katie Kieffer


Need a fun Halloween costume idea? If you long for sound money, the return of the gold standard and eliminating the unconstitutional Federal Reserve, then this gold coin costume is for you. Continue reading

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Oct
26
2011

2011 Halloween Costume Idea

26, Oct

By Katie Kieffer

Apple Halloween Costume Cartoon by Amie Kieffer

Every year, my talented sister, Amie, develops a cartoon showcasing a fun Halloween costume idea that sends a free-markets message and reflects current events. Her previous costumes include the Sexy Acorn (to draw attention to ACORN’s child sex scandal) and the Hot Teapot (to laud the everyday Americans fighting for Constitutional principles within the Tea Party movement).

This year, we chose to honor the entrepreneurial spirit of the late Steve Jobs with the Unbelievable Apple. (Jobs frequently used the word “unbelievable” to describe Apple products.)

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Jul
18
2011

Skyscraper impetus creates jobs

18, Jul

By Katie Kieffer

Los Angeles skyline at night

By Katie Kieffer Los Angeles skyline at night When Michael Moore looks at a skyscraper, he sees a bloated monument to rich investors. He becomes nauseous and his lunch floats back up into his throat as he imagines the tenants who can afford Class A rent: Tenants like a semi-retired banker and his entrepreneurial son who watch the sun rise from their 92nd floor office suite while their assistant pours cold, crystal-clear water into tall glasses holding cucumber slices. “Hmmm, how can I knock that tower down and humble those richies?” Moore wonders to himself. “I certainly can’t push it over. I’d have to give up my breakfast of chocolate covered bacon and hit the gym every morning. Way too much work for a big boy like me. … I’ve got it! I’ll ask the President to push for eliminating the carried interest tax break!”

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Jul
11
2011

Agency girl goes wild

11, Jul

By Katie Kieffer

Girl in jeans

2011 Edition

By Katie Kieffer Girl in jeans Elizabeth Warren has literally gone wild. No, she did not strip off her matronly suit on a Girls Gone Wild spring break tour bus. Rather, she appears to be on a mission to strip Congress, small businesses and individual Americans of authority by instituting her own rules for how to play the financial game on both Wall Street and Main Street. Liberals in the media hail Warren as the “protector of the middle class.” Warren may genuinely care about the middle class. Her own mantra is: “Dang gummit, somebody has got to stand up on behalf of the middle class!” Sadly, she does not understand the free markets that prevent the middle class from slipping into poverty.

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Jul
04
2011

Set off Katy Perry fireworks

04, Jul

By Katie Kieffer

Pink fireworks

By Katie Kieffer Pink fireworks Imagine this: It’s the Fourth of July. You are a notorious pyro and your frightened neighbor lady sways you into reading my column on her flashy new iPad to temporarily distract you from setting up your annual fireworks display. As you read this, she is “accidentally” dropping her garden hose, running full blast, on the pile of fireworks you’ve been stashing up all year. Yes, by now, your fireworks are wet garbage. Don’t panic. Keep reading. Trust me, she’s not as sneaky as she thinks. I’ll tell you how to ignite your neighborhood with a show like it has never seen before. You won’t even need to make an emergency run to the tent down the street selling fireworks.

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Feb
23
2011

Why young people are happy

23, Feb

By Katie Kieffer

Image credit: "sunlight smile" by espresso marco on Flickr via Creative Commons.

By Katie Kieffer

Image credit: "sunlight smile" by espresso marco on Flickr via Creative Commons.

The latest Pew Research Center poll shows that young people (ages 18 – 28) are happier now than they have been in over 30 years. Why is this? Aren’t we in the middle of a financial meltdown in America? Aren’t the costs of living going up? Aren’t young people losing their jobs? If you are down on America or down on your life, I’ll help you change your mindset to match that of today’s youth. I promise you, you’ll be happier for it.

I believe young people today are happier for two reasons: First, most Millennials want to live more like grownups and less like their parents who sometimes act like babies. And, second, they understand and are excited by the opportunities America has to rebound out of recession and back to greatness. Let me explain: Continue reading

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