The Herman Cain campaign spent all night designing its pretty new "Women for Cain" page, complete with a banner logo featuring four cheery ladies giving the thumbs-up, and how does the liberal media show its gratitude? By making fun of the banner logo all day, since those four cheery ladies were not actually "Women for Cain" so much as they were stock photo models. And now the Cain campaign has pulled the stock photo from the logo, which now simply reads "Women [lots of blank space] Cain." EVERYONE HAPPY NOW?
How did the NBC Peacock get such bright feathers? This animated short by Nathan Love shows that the process wasn't the most pleasant experience. Conan knows how he feels.