The very first episode of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's television series, South Park, debuted on August 13, 1997 (this series
PUMAs, for those who have forgotten the 2008 Democratic primary race, were the supposedly-numerous Hillary Clinton supporters who refused to back Barack Obama. The name stood for "Party Unity My Ass!" which was also their rallying cry. This year, they may be replaced by the "Bernie Or Bust!" crowd, or (to coin a neologism) the BOBs.
Perhaps our new national motto should be: When in America, do as the Roman Empire would do. Eat to your fill of food and violence, cheer on the warfighters, and dismiss expressions of doubt or dismay about military interventions and drone killings as "feminine" and "weak."
You know an issue is divisive when even the likes of Rick Perry is accused by members of his own party as being soft on the
A look back at the funniest parodies Glenn Beck has inspired during his short-lived reign as the craziest person on TV.
"South Park" has made fun of nearly every aspect of pop culture. Not only does it often make more sense than the subject
News broke recently that a Blackwater subsidiary was arming violent drug users in Afghanistan. They took hundreds of weapons
When I asked "South Parks"'s creators what they thought of these men co-opting their character they were completely unfazed
The findings by Democratic staff on the Senate Armed Services Committee paint a disturbing picture of lawlessness that contributed
8) "Jesus Baby": Cartman takes his love for Jesus one step too far. 5) "Kyle's Mom's A Bitch": This legendary song was put
By now you may have seen Jude Law, Christopher Walken and Eric Cartman do their renditions of Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" but
Get HuffPost Comedy On Facebook and Twitter! Eric Cartman is the new Glenn Beck. Last night on "South Park" the chubby youngster