Adolph Hitler dabbled in art, sort of like John Wayne Gacy and Elke Sommer. Between political rallies, he probably invited many a young fraulein to come up and see his etchings. Check out the fuhrer's body of work and see what you think.
In his memoir Total Recall, Arnold Schwarzenegger at last cops to having once said he admired Hitler. "I philosophized that only a few men are born to lead," Arnold writes, "while the rest of humanity is born to follow, and went from that into discussing history's great conquerors and dictators. " ... More >>
I recently heard about a gay porn star who's Republican and who has publicly backed Romney, and my thoughts were: *I'm sure Romney's thrilled. [Rolls eyeballs] *WTF? Can a gay person in their right mind really back any Republican, knowing that their campaigns are generally based on demeaning LGBT ... More >>
When Twitter came along, with its 140-character maximum rule, everyone thought this was the height of absurdity, forcing the masses to cram their thoughts into bite sized morsels for the attention-deficit crowd. I mean, I've already topped 140 characters with that last sentence!
The parents of Adolf Hitler, the 5-year-old New Jersey child with the most unfortunate name, have had their newest baby, a boy named Hons Campbell, taken away from them as well. Adolf and his sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie, were all taken into custody by New Jersey Yout ... More >>
This week in food blogs...Mario Batali, before publicly comparing bankers to Hitler and StalinEater National thoroughly chronicles BataliGate.Grub Street finds that eighties movie queen Phoebe Cates really, really likes Sfoglia.
Brits plan: make dude look like a lady.Could Hitler have been defeated using food poisoning? Probably not. But a new book reveals the £1 million plan British spies tried to implement that involved dosing the Nazi leader's dinner and why it would never have worked. So, what was the Brits' po ... More >>
If you had access to a time machine, would you go back in time and turn Hitler into a woman? Cardiff University's Brian Ford discovered a British plot to sneak estrogen into Adolf Hitler's food, the Telegraph reports. The goal was to feminize him and make the dictator more docile. Spies were ... More >>
Click here for my heated column in which I throw verbal brickbats at the celebrities whose shadows I've lived in for years, covering their every swivel while running from their constant whims. Among my reasons: "They claw their way to the top, then act like they're desperate not to be noti ... More >>
So the word is out that Osama bin Laden--the walking bad hair day who hid in caves and plotted international violence, coming off sort of like a Dr. Seuss character via Adolf Hitler--was finally killed by a U.S. bomb. Well, I have it on pretty good, semi-reliable, shaky authority that Georg ... More >>
Noisy-ass beer garden blasts into Midtown from Munich
viaHitler has a way of popping up in unexpected places, like in the history books, and in a variety of videos on the Internet, and sometimes in everyday objects like cats (a lot of cats) and bulldogs and lotion bottles and houses. Have you seen the house that looks like Hitler? As the Daily M ... More >>
Gagosian Gallery hosts the artist's huge new show
Sad Hitler is sad about being used for political gain.New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino's scary, insane run for the highest executive office of our state has already seen: Garbage-scented flyers, Freaky, possibly racist flyers of his opponent, Andrew Cuomo, showering in garba ... More >>
Dana Milbank's Sunday column in the Washington Post tackles a prickly pear cactus of a political issue: not just the Tea Party, but the connection between the amorphous political group and Nazism, specifically Hitler allusions and imagery. "Radical leaders prey on the fearful & naïve," reads ... More >>
Fourth of July weekend is when Americans get all giddy about independence and democracy, right? Well, that's the case most years, at least until the beer-guzzling numbs the patriotism, but this year was different -- this year, American pride shared the weekend spotlight with the World Cup qua ... More >>
Some genius has come up with a new spoof of the Hitler film Downfall, in which Der Fuhrer is cast as a precinct commander forced to go get his head handed to him at one of the NYPD's Compstat meetings. (Compstat, for the uninitiated, is a monthly meeting where precinct commanders are closely questio ... More >>
OK, this is the weirdest Downfall parody we've seen so far. Maybe it's because we're all fascists now, but Adolf Hitler is getting a lot of ink these day. A Hitler art book -- not a Taschen thing, but Hitler's own clip book of art goodies he wanted for his prospective Fuhrermuseum -- was discove ... More >>
Some conservatives have decided that calling their mortal enemies Hitler, or murdering them and writing the word "Fed" on their chests, may be a counterproductive way of achieving the abortion-free oligarchy our Founders envisioned. So, World magazine tells us, Liberty Counsel, an adjunct of ... More >>
A documentary about the creative impulse that sustained many young prisoners of World War II concentration camps
Who would they be? For various complex reasons, I'd go with a motley bunch consisting of Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, and Adolf Hitler. But naturally, Hitler would have to foot the bill. You?
Das racist? Das boring.
A little facial hair, carefully trimmed and sculpted, can be quite appealing and even downright sexy at times. But too many guys misuse their male privilege and use their faces as wayward canvases for unspeakable arrays of glaring hair-don'ts. The worst offenders have big, flowing beards to throw y ... More >>
We've all imagined doing it with famous people--snuggling with Angelina, pounding it to Brad, going down on Hitler--so it's time we took our perfectly healthy fantasies out of the closet and brought them into the public arena for mass ridicule. So which celebrity, living or dead, would YOU most wan ... More >>
Shoah me yours and I'll Shoah you mine—plundering meaning from the Holocaust
Nazism continues to be shorthand in our popular culture for evil incarnate, but in recent years our received moral assumptions about World War II have been challenged by two landmark movies--Paul Verhoeven's Black Book and Jean-Pierre Melville's Army of Shadows. While acknowledging the bravery of th ... More >>
I recently blogged about the worst musicals I've ever seen, but what about the straight plays, as it were? Surely even without people bursting into song at odd, embarrassing moments, a show can pierce through your skull like a runaway power drill. So I've dutifully looked through my vicious, sneerin ... More >>
Nazi jokes return to Broadway
The bastards couldn't even find the energy to put an exclamation point after the title.
Two monster DVD sets for the holidays
From money-grubbing capitalists to Nazi beasts
Norman Mailer channels one of hell's angels in his saga of the Hitler family
Germany's first mainstream Hitler movie provides catharsis, if only for a German audience
The big Parade: A found-footage assemblage remembers the selling of Adolf Hitler, pop icon
Devilish Biopics; Buffy Puts a Stake in It
Listening to Hitler's Secretary
The Cleric and the Clerk Who Turned a Blind Eye