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Reworked format and new entrants featured at this evening’s Republican debate Dateline: N.H., Feb.8, 2016 Hello everyone and welcome to the 37th presidential Republican debate sponsored by NotchTV, your source for all things frozen. I’m your moderator Wendell Wellsted, and in just three hours.
“I never owned Ronco, but if I did the C.E.O.’s brains would be in that jar.”                                                       —Donald Trump  
by Gary Chew.“Suffragette” – a film review by Gary Chew With Alexandre Desplat’s opening chords of music with unrelenting percussion, you know immediately what Suffragette is about: perseverance. How could it not be since the year is 1912? Women have not yet been allowed to participate in the democratic process in the United Kingdom. One can’t call [more...]Subscribe to our monthly Humor Times magazine here, available worldwide, in print or digital format.
Keeping a vigilant public aware of plausible conspiracy theories Conspiracy Theories is the hard hitting website that isn’t afraid to investigate and expose the dark forces that seek to prey in so many devious ways upon the general public. We are here because you need us! We are ever-vigilant against those evil people, organizations, nations...
Some have taken note of a pause in my periodic Apology column. I can assure you this so-called “pause” amounts only to a period of time wherein I could not bring myself to my job. It takes almost a superhuman editorial strength to acknowledge some of the rampant journalistic abuses all to common in this rag…
He once owned a dog named Bark. As a kid, he was kicked out of the Boy Scouts of America. His childhood nickname was “Sleepy.” When he was little, and alone, he used to sing songs to God. When he joined Second City in 1973...
oday, a seven-year-old boy named Jonathan Mercy concluded the American healthcare system was immoral and “the s-word.” Jonathan came to his conclusion after his parents — who have no health insurance — went to the local pharmacy to fill a prescription, but were unable to afford...
Vegas interrupted my debate viewing pleasure a tad, but I got the gist of it. Small government (flashing lights and sounds), lower taxes (cocktail waitress), gut regulations (yellling from the craps table). I can’t stand these debates anymore. Leave me alone, Mr. Winslow! I’m in Vegas researching an important Guinness feature. I like Guinness, much…
Labyrinth of Lies has been selected to represent Germany in the Best Foreign Language Film category at next year’s Academy Awards. It was directed by Giulio Ricciarelli and tells the story of the legal and social struggle Germany faced approximately a decade after WWII.
Many are wondering how the lead republican nominee, Ben Carson, could possibly be a top pediatric neurosurgeon. Many of his comments seem astonishingly obtuse, especially for an accomplished math-a-physician. Today, there is mounting evidence Carson is not the good doctor, but is actually the patient! The Discord has exclusive evidence the person masquerading as Ben Carson is…
Welcome to Black Friday — a day of nonstop commercial hype! Here comes the holiday season. It’s a month-long season of friends, family and spiritual reflection, and a time to decompress from our usual helter-skelter lives. It kicks off with Thanksgiving: the one holiday on our calendar that’s meant to be a calm, family-oriented time.
Dolly Darling, the President’s Secretary, excitedly and fearfully puts the finishing touches to the Oval Office, the new lair of her boss Donald Trump. He would be here shortly and she knows all too well how critical he is that everything should be perfect, or at least perfect as possible...

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