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The man who begged Obama at LinkedIn’s online forum to “take me up the butt, please” has been identified as a former Atlantic blogger. The Blaze’s Meredith Jessup also discovered the story behind this piece of guerrilla theater: Turns out … Continue reading
Ay-yi-yi: Summer’s Eve pulled three videos off its website and YouTube on Wednesday following claims that they were racially insensitive. The videos (scroll down to watch them), part of the feminine-care company’s new “Hail to the V” campaign by The … Continue reading
Today’s news that Itty Bitty Smitty is about to arrive made me want to listen to Pandora’s Raspberries radio, and I heard something that I haven’t heard or thought of in many years, though it was a favorite of mine … Continue reading
This morning’s big news, if you haven’t already read it elsewhere, is that Joy McCann, Enoch and I have collaborated to put together a new website called The Conservatory. What is it? It’s a conservative talent bank and marketplace, wrapped … Continue reading
For Stacy: Meh, he’s in Minneapolis. He would have been better off in Milwaukee.
Rebecca Watson Grunewald Hey Friends! Come fall Down the Rabbit Hole with ME Duchess Rebecca TONIGHT at 9pm PDT! If you have not heard of my LIVE internet talk show yet I invite you to come check it out! It … Continue reading
Remember George Bush II’s “illegal wars”? Remember the “Unitary Executive”? In keeping with the fascistic proliferation of czars, unaccountable agencies with enormous powers, Congress’s unconstitutional transfer of lawmaking powers to political appointees, the stonewalling of the DoJ, the firing of … Continue reading
Naturally, those maintainers of high standards and beacons of journalistic ethics at Gawker were among those calling for Hahn’s opponent and everyone else on the right to denounce the attack ad and its creator. He responds: Update 6/15/2011: I hereby … Continue reading
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Madison – Acting with unusual speed, the state Supreme Court on Tuesday reinstated Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to all but end collective bargaining for tens of thousands of public workers. The court found a committee of lawmakers was … Continue reading