It has some pretty strange advice for the overlords of tomorrow.
How an anti-drug cult from the 60s has evolved into an abusive, billion-dollar "teen rehab" industry.
But he's also the central critic of the current Republican Party.
We wake up and, give or take a few Senate seats, we're exactly where we were.
The people in the Rockaways might not have homes, but they do have blind faith in American democracy.
Judge its veracity for yourself.
What's politics and the battle of ideas when we have personalities to dissect?
I'm like, freaking out over here.
Soon this long, national nightmare will finally be over.
Turns out he was as uptight then as he is today.
Our friends in Malawi don't have much time for "silly" Mitt Romney.
It'll appear to be tight, but it really won't be. Here's my prediction.
Our anonymous source sure seems to think so.
He explained this during an election debate yesterday.
It's no PT 109, but the Safety Patrol Team at Vaughan Elementary School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan was where Captain Romney cut his teeth as a leader of men.
Barack came back from whatever planet he's been on for last night's Presidential debate.
Why does Obama look so much like George W Bush all of a sudden?
I've translated a few key quotes for those of you who don't speak fluent Candidate.
We talk to Romney's Mexican relatives about the time a family member was held for ransom by the cartel.
In Part 6, we learn what Mitt's Mexican cousins think about his strict immigration policies.
With election season in full bloom, I had to ask an American friend to clear up a few things for me.
In Part 5, we're stalked by a cartel after going on patrol with the police and drinking with the Mormons.
The Mormons fight back and turn their colony into a fortress.
Cartel boss "El Rikin" executes his revenge against a local Mormon community leader.