As regular readers of this column know, I’ve never been much of a Romney booster. I’ve also expressed skepticism about the notion he would run again. But let’s not let “a foolish consistency” cloud our judgment. There is reason to believe that a third try wouldn’t be an absurd venture.
A Florida woman is outraged after buying a faulty car from a Jacksonville dealership and receiving a refund in thousands of pennies.
Contrary to what some conspiracy theorists say, the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, were not an inside job. And if they were, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were definitely not involved.
Miller had to fudge the truth and say she needed it for medical reasons, not birth control.
A California restaurant owner doesn’t want children in his establishment, so he posted a sign about two years ago informing customers that he won’t provide highchairs or booster seats.
The toy, which is made by the You & Me Mommy Change My Diaper Doll collection at Toys “R” Us, also cries when its underpants are wet — talk about the real thing.