Forwarded email quotes a road-weary Barack Obama saying he has campaigned (or plans to campaign) in 'all 57 states,' and claims there are exactly 57 Islamic states in the world.
Viral op-ed attributed to Tonight Show host Jay Leno labels the majority of Americans 'ungrateful, spoiled brats' for saying they're unhappy with the current direction of the country.
Did Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin once say 'It's not the people who vote that count, it's the people who count the votes'?
Forwarded text attributed to U.S. Marine Corps veteran and former Massachusetts state senator Robert A. Hall condemns the ideas and policies of President Obama and the 'latte liberals' who voted for him.
Forwarded text attributed to former Chrysler chairman Lee Iacocca says the only way to save America is to 'Throw all the Democrats out along with Obama!'
A reader writes: 'I absolutely recall hearing these comments on the radio, in 1995, as told by Armstrong following the press conference. Either what I heard was an audio hoax, he was just kidding, or it is the truth. Are you SURE it was a hoax?'
A list of purported 'Olympic Bloopers' or 'Sports Bloopers' - verbal gaffes supposedly committed by TV sportscasters during the most recent Olympic Games.
Text of purported commencement speech delivered to students at Texas A&M University by radio talk show host Neal Boortz.
Circulating via email, a racist rant purportedly delivered by actor/comedian Michael Richards as his 'defense speech in court' after shouting racial epithets during a 2006 incident at an L.A. comedy club.
Caesar didn't say it, Shakespeare didn't write it, but everyone's quoting it: 'Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip the citizenry into a patriotic fervor, for patriotism is indeed a double-edged sword...'
A commencement address that Kurt Vonnegut never gave...
Forwarded email purports to quote an actual 2004 press conference in which actor and Marine veteran R. Lee Ermey takes the media to task in a profanity-laden diatribe.
Andy Rooney and Prayer: Viral op-ed piece attributed to Andy Rooney defends Christian prayers at public events: 'I don't think a short prayer at a football game is going to shake the world's foundations.'
A compilation of fractured similes and metaphors allegedly found in high school essays by English teachers from across the U.S.
Viral op-ed piece attributed to Paul Harvey defends Christian prayers at public events: 'I don't think a short prayer at a football game is going to shake the world's foundations.'
Say what you will about her, Marie Antoinette never actually uttered the words 'Let them eat cake.'
Circulating online, an op-ed piece falsely attributed to Hugh Downs predicts Barack Obama will lose the 2008 presidential election because he is a 'flake.'
Bigoted, poorly written email rant attributed to conservative black columnist Thomas Sowell trashes Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Did 16th-century astrologer Nostradamus pen a quatrain predicting that Spain would win the World Cup in 2006?