Subtle (via Marc Ambinder).
Count me among the Braves loyalists who’d prefer seeing the tomahawk chop retired. It was fun for a spell, but it’s tired — very, very tired. Unfortunately, it’s not going away anytime soon, not if a corporate-sponsored giant cow has its way: The Braves liked the idea because the cow enhances the fan experience, said … Continue reading turner field — where baseball is a distraction
Get your Marriage Protection Kit, before some activist judge criminalizes heterosexuality.
Alicia Keys steals a page from Obama’s pastor: “‘Gangsta rap’ was a ploy to convince black people to kill each other,” she says, putting down the sandwich. “‘Gangsta rap’ didn’t exist.” So Eazy E was a government stooge?
Besides “Meet the Press,” Russert hosted a weekend talk show on CNBC — more conversational, less combative. As you watch the clip below, featuring Christopher Hitchens and Andrew Sullivan, notice how Russert stays out of the way while his guests spar over Barack Obama. You rarely, if ever, see a host willing to be a … Continue reading appreciating russert
I’m failing to grasp the importance, nay, the newsworthiness of Al Gore’s endorsement of Obama. If this had happened a month ago, then yes, it would’ve been a big deal. But now that the Democratic nomination has been sorted out, where’s the impact? Who else was Gore going to support? A Republican? Bob Barr? Ralph Nader, … Continue reading the manbearpig endorsement