By “everybody,” we mostly mean “folks in the media,” but boy, are they excited.
“Liberal” being a relative term, naturally.
One year ago today, Rick Perry gave the nation the most 53 excruciating seconds in presidential debate history.
The paper printed Jerry Sandusky's name under a photo of Tiger Woods, proving again that everyone needs a copy editor.
During a National Day of Prayer breakfast, Rick Perry said God will forgive his "oops" moment. We remember a few other things God told him.
The governor's infamous debate gaffe topped Politico's list of "The 50 Craziest Quotes of the 2012 Campaign."
Rick Perry (inadvertently?) revises his list of the three federal agencies he would kill as President.
The governor's "vulture capitalism" remark causes a major South Carolinian donor to close his checkbook.
Despite his latest "oops" moment, Perry is picking up endorsements and rising in the polls.
We picked. You reacted. Tweets and articles about our Bum Steer of the Year, Governor—and, last time we checked, Republican presidential candidate—Rick Perry.
A full three weeks after he dropped an “Oops,” the governor continues reminding voters about the blunder.
Saturday Night Live’s “cold open” parody of last Wednesday’s debate isn't funnier than Rick Perry's original performance.
KHOU ran a story about convicted rapist Abraham Joseph and next to it embedded a Twitter feed populating tweets related to the story. Unfortunately it pulled innocent @abrahamjoseph into its web.
The state election code requires counties that held primary elections to hold runoffs, but Sterling and Oldham counties opted not to.
Authorities shipped Jakadrien Turner, a fourteen-year-old from Dallas, off to South America even though she's an American citizen who doesn't speak Spanish.
We only need 53 seconds to explain.
In his latest ad, Perry tries to convince voters that he won’t engage in the “politically correct” ballet danced in D.C.
Speaking at a college in New Hampshire, the governor doesn’t seem to know the legal voting age. Or Election Day. Oops.