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Hear, Here

Ever feel like no one hears you? If so, you’ve probably never heard of a government program called “Anytime, Anywhere”. “We listen to everyone,” says Ernest Litlpicher, spokesperson for Anytime, Anywhere, an initiative with a goal of recording and storing

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Eminent Domain

Eminent Domain calls himself the actor Americans love to hate. “It’s understandable,” he says. “I’ve been an unpopular villain for most of my career.” Mr. Domain’s agent, Takings Clause, is quick to point out Mr. Domain got his start as

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Legislative Sales

The US Congress is looking for a legislative salesperson. If you’re experienced in faking sincerity, over-promising and under-delivering, and pitching things no one wants or needs, the position might be perfect for you. The job is available immediately–but don’t expect

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Recipe for Disaster

Do you have a better recipe for Disaster than the dish recently cooked up in Washington DC? If so, you’re invited to submit your recipe for the First Annual Sequester Blowout, which will be held at Government’s Inn on March

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The Death of Compromise

Former political advisor Mutual Compromise died Tuesday at the Capitol Hill Infirmary in Washington, D.C., of complications from polarization, according to news reports. He was 236. Mr. Compromise, who was well known for his philosophy of “You scratch my back,

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