Gasp! A Golf Scandal! A 55-year-old Connecticut man has been arrested for reportedly refusing to pay Washington hole-in-one winners their promised prize money.
Flea Market Renoir: A newly discovered Renoir painting purchased at a West Virginia flea market for $7 was probably stolen sixty years ago from the Baltimore Museum of Art. The painting was expected to fetch at least $75,000 at auction.
Former College Football Star Brutally Beaten in Bellevue: J.D. Aylward was found by police early Sunday morning on 140th Street in Bellevue, lying in a pool of blood. The swelling in his brain was so severe that doctors cut off a portion of his skull and put it in a freezer, for safekeeping, until the swelling recedes. Bellevue police are now trying to track down what he was doing last Saturday night, and with whom.
Skinheads Flock to Southern Idaho for Rock Koncert: The nation's largest white supremacist group is planning a neo-Nazi hate rock festival outside of Boise in October. The event is billed as "family friendly" (just not Mexican family friendly).
A Vote for Obama Could Damn Your Soul to Hell: Says a Catholic Bishop from Illinois, speaking of the "intrinsic evils" of the Democratic platform. "I have read the Republican Party Platform and there is nothing in it that supports or promotes an intrinsic evil or a serious sin,” Bishop Thomas John Paprocki added.
You Cannot Have My Facebook Password: A new law signed last night by California Governor Jerry Brown prohibits employers from asking employees, applicants or students for access to their social media accounts. California joins Illinois and Maryland in enacting the privacy law.
The Impossible Task of Fact-Checking Michele Bachmann: Associated Press editor Jim Drinkard admits that Bachmann's mouth was such a cauldron of crazy that during Republican debates, fact checkers would limit themselves to a Bachmann quota to avoid overwhelming stories with corrections to her lies.
And finally, please enjoy this video of K.I.D.S, Inc, covering Tom Waits: