Bigotry, Biscuits and Gravy: Being Queer Below the Mason-Dixon Line Bigotry, biscuits and gravy — yep, that about sums up gay life in the South. Uniformed generalizations like these attempt … Continue Reading The week’s stupidest headline
I’ll concede much of the press was pulling for Obama in 2008. But to contend, as many conservatives do, that the president received a free pass from the media doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
I’m never going to take Piers Morgan’s side, even when his antagonist is a prick. The blowhards sure are doing their best to drain any significance from the Trayvon Martin … Continue Reading Piers Morgan vs. pretentious MSNBC contributor
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
“Mr. Burns, your campaign has the momentum of a runaway train. Why are you so popular?” It appears tea partiers take their cues from the Springfield despot when it comes … Continue Reading Memo to Joe the Asshole: The media is not your P.R. arm
Fresh Loaf’s Gwynedd Stuart expresses some sympathy for Luis Rivera, the obviously contrite Gwinnett County math teacher forced to resign for crafting some rather ignorant word problems. Rivera’s 20-question homework … Continue Reading This post may require counseling
You think I’m unctuous now? You ain’t seen nothing yet, warns CNN’s biggest mistake. “I think we will be evolving the show into a more structured format, bringing more … Continue Reading Piers Morgan promises to be even more overbearing in 2012
I’m pulling for Jon Huntsman, but does anyone really believe an endorsement by the Boston Globe is going to influence Republican primary voters? Apparently the media does, judging by the … Continue Reading The media’s inflated view of self