Conservative boogeymen Al Gore and Keith Olbermann may soon be facing off in court after the ex-veep and Current TV exec became the latest suit to fire the former sportscaster. … Continue reading A Republican’s wet dream: Olbermann v. Gore
We should be grateful Larry King has too much time on his hands: I used to be crazy about chocolate easter bunnies. — Larry King(@kingsthings) March 29, 2012 Does anyone … Continue reading Of all the Hungry Man dinners, fried chicken is my favorite
Wonkette reviews today’s hippest new mag (that’s shorthand for magazine), “The Conservative Teen”: Although the Constitution vests legislative powers in Congress, the majority of “laws” today are promulgated in the … Continue reading Tonight’s reading assignment
As always, a national story has been unnecessarily clouded by ideological bias. Once President Obama opined on the Trayvon Martin the right felt compelled to take a contrarian position, turning … Continue reading Simplifying the Trayvon Martin case
I’m going the tasteless route: “Yes, I could turn water into crack but I’m not going to.” Less sacrilege: “Sorry, Whitney. Loving yourself is not the greatest love of all, … Continue reading Caption du jour
He’s not the first telegenic Christian quarterback. Remember Steve Bartkowski? There’s been plenty more since, and most were much more accomplished than Tim Tebow. So why all the fuss? The … Continue reading Why Tebow?
His brother, who was granted an injunction prohibiting Gallagher Too from smashing watermelons, has retired. Ron Gallagher, now unemployed, was forced to pay Gallagher damages, a dick move that won’t … Continue reading Gallagher Too is a very happy man today
Scenes from the macho Jesus movement: (via Christian Nightmares)
President Obama has been criticized for rarely engaging the county on matters of race but, seeing the nasty reaction from GOP presidential candidates to his benign comments on the Trayvon … Continue reading The real dividers
Most people, knowing what’s known about the shooting of Trayvon Martin, would like to see George Zimmerman charged with something – me included. But it would be a miscarriage of justice … Continue reading Racism doesn’t kill people — vigilantes with guns often do
A fairly remarkable piece of journalism by the AJC, which analyzed test results for 69,000 public schools and found “high concentrations of suspect math or reading scores in school systems from … Continue reading No Test Score Left Intact
I know the right hates Bill Maher but real conservatives — the kind who, before they were Palinized into embracing perpetual indignation, railed against the hypersensitivity brought on by political … Continue reading Dare to not be offended
Trayvon Martin was tested for drugs and alcohol, post-mortem. The man who shot him, Robert Zimmerman, was not. [P]olice seemed to accept Zimmerman’s account at face value that night and … Continue reading Why test the victim for drugs but not his shooter?
The owner of the company that produces the disquietingly popular anti-Obama bumper sticker — “Don’t Re-Nig in 2012″ — denies any racist implication. Moreover, she claims some of her best … Continue reading Someone buy this racist a dictionary