To get the autograph of Mr. Personality, Nick Saban, of course. Just before he reaches his Mercedes, Saban is approached by an Alabama fan who wants to thank the coach for signing a football for his son. It meant so much to the boy, the man says. Saban gives the man a confused look, as … Continue reading Why are these people running?
“@BerryBrite1: @realDonaldTrump They knew the risk when they went to Africa. They choose it freely.” — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 3, 2014
Stationing Steve King and Michele Bachmann there would make anyone reconsider coming to America.
I’ve never understood the media’s default acceptance off Kanye West: genius. The evidence says otherwise. 1.) He married a Kardashian. 2.) He says things like this (while defending his 45-minute toast to himself): And what I talked about in it was the idea of celebrity, and celebrities being treated like blacks were in the ’60s, … Continue reading Kanye West is not very smart
The Minnesota Republican warned that the gay community will “abolish age of consent laws, which means we will do away with statutory rape laws so that adults will be able to freely prey on little children sexually. That’s the deviance that we’re seeing embraced in our culture today.” She also predicted that gay rights advocates … Continue reading Michelle Bachmann doesn’t think much of her husband
Hobby Lobby is taking a stand on Obamacare for its contraception mandate because, according to its president, “We’re Christians, and we run our business on Christian principles.” S0 how does he rationalize carrying products from China, where forced abortions are just part of that country’s horrendous human rights record?
Allegedly gay Texas Gov. Rick Perry went to San Francisco today to argue that homosexuality, like alcoholism, is just another lifestyle choice. “Whether or not you feel compelled to follow a particular lifestyle or not, you have the ability to decide not to do that,” Perry said during an appearance at the Commonwealth Club of … Continue reading Self-loathing much?
Worth remembering as Baghdad hangs in the balance. Also worth remembering, as Dick Cheney prepares for the inevitable Fox News interview blasting Obama’s weakness, is this 1994 Dick Cheney interview in which he warns of an Iraqi quagmire.
Oh, how I’ve dreaded this day, among the most holy on the hipster calendar. It’s Christmas morning for Europhiles, who, as I write this, are summoning every ounce of faux passion within their eager-to-please-the-right-people beings in preparation for Day 1 of the World Cup. They’ll act like they’ve been waiting their whole lives for this … Continue reading It begins
Congrats to Da Brat on her big primary win over Eric Cantor in Virginia! I didn’t even know she was a Republican! — Black Larry King (@BlackLarryKing) June 11, 2014
Which is what I heard a talking head say earlier on CNN, a conclusion I fear will become repeated as fact. Sexism, like racism, is still alive, but waning. But it didn’t keep Hillary from the presidency in 2008. It was her unsubtle sense of entitlement, along with the clumsy attempts by her and her … Continue reading Hillary Clinton didn’t lose in ’08 because she was a woman
From Grantland’s conversation about “Edge of Tomorrow”: We needed this movie from Tom Cruise. And Tom Cruise desperately needed to give it to us. … Not like it’s a new feeling, but there’s always something a little disorienting about Cruise box-office disappointment. Other actors haveinfluence in American culture. Tom Cruise essentially is his influence in American culture. He’s … Continue reading Starfucking du jour
Via Politico: Under the new plank, the Texas GOP recognizes “the legitimacy and efficacy of counseling, which offers reparative therapy and treatment for those patients seeking healing and wholeness from their homosexual lifestyle.” The American Psychological Association and other major health organizations have condemned such counseling, which generally try to change a person’s sexual orientation … Continue reading The GOP war on science, Exodus edition
In case you wondered who the most fragile “T-slur” is, its name is Hex and it lives in Chicago. That sentence may or may not have contained multiple slurs. “That was one of the most hurtful parts,” Hex said, explaining the perceived insult was that Cox used the slur to refer to the group of … Continue reading The Lamest Generation
Just got my Goop newsletter, featuring more fascinating musings by Gwyneth “War is Hell” Paltrow: I am fascinated by the growing science behind the energy of consciousness and its effects on matter. I have long had Dr. Emoto’s coffee table book on how negativity changes the structure of water, how the molecules behave differently depending … Continue reading H20 has feelings, too