There's a bill working its way through Congress that would offer a "path to citizenship" to the sort of immigrants currently known in some circles as illegal. Though its application is general, it's obviously aimed at U.S. guests of the Mexican persuasion, and it only has a chance of passing because ... More >>
We were a bit afraid that this would become a "thing." Two weeks ago, we reported on the Journal News, a newspaper based in White Plains, published the names and addresses of all the gun owners in and around New York City. As a result, readers and media folk alike flipped out, leading one blogger ... More >>
~*xoMattDrudgexofirstname.lastname@example.orgYou know who still uses an antique AOL email account, apart from your mom? A lot of really famous and important people. Politico's Ben Smith argues today that the outdated email service has actually gone from uncool and dated all the way back around to being a "status sy ... More >>
It's hard with people like Ann Coulter because yes, everyone knows her game is to get people riled up with things like xenophobia, homophobia, lies, and rape jokes, while making piles of money in the process but really subsisting on the attention, and that's precisely the trap Piers Morgan falls in ... More >>
Outrage at Ann Coulter is passe -- she's offended every group there is -- but the above message sent this afternoon to her 42,000 Twitter followers, about the alleged rape attempt committed by IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn against a Muslim hotel staffer, is somewhat inspired, at least in ... More >>
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Since the Republicans -- with the help of those Revolutionary-War reenactors in the Tea Party -- scored big in the 2010 elections, they've been bringing up the U.S. Constitution a lot. Incoming House Speaker John Boehner pushes the GOP "Pledge to America" promise "to honor the Constitution as constr ... More >>
Only a few years after Ann Coulter called John Edwards a "faggot," she spoke to a room of conservative homosexuals at Homocon 2010. Marriage, she told them, "is not a civil right - you're not black." Presumably, they clapped for her. ("She boasted of having several gay friends.") The New York ... More >>
You may have noticed the controversy over last week's Voice cover story, "White America Has Lost Its Mind" by Steven Thrasher. The story has drawn at this writing more than a thousand comments, many of them devoted to proving Thrasher's proposition by example. Among the more choice reader contribu ... More >>
It's even better than Alien vs. Predator. You see, porn titan Michael Lucas (from the audience) debated conservative pundit Ann Coulter (onstage) at the GOProud event this Saturday, and I got my grubby gay hands on video of this so we can see and hear for ourselves.
On Tuesday in New York City, Ann Coulter explained to a room full of homosexuals, gathered for GOProud's "Homocon," why they cannot get married: marriage "is not a civil right - you're not black," she said, according a report this weekend from Politico. "Blacks must be looking at the gays say ... More >>
Pam Geller (left) makes Ann Coulter (right) seem left.Now the purveyor of the anti-Islam bus ads, Pamela Geller has long had a bone to pick with Barack Obama. As our homegrown bikini-wearing bombthrower has put it in her must-read Atlas Shrugs blog: [W]hy not tell the truth about Obama and his rep ... More >>
Via NYC the Blog.Ann Coulter, riding the subway. Click to enlarge.Neo-Conservative Superstars: They're just like us! In Ann Coulter's case, they ride the Lexington Line downtown instead of waiting for an express, and wear sunglasses to make themselves feel invisible, and also, don't give to p ... More >>
Jimmy J. J. Walker, the "dy-no-mite" guy from the classic Good Times sit-com, has sunk so low he just brought white woman Ann Coulter to a red carpet event! Fortunately, mediatakeout.com has applied a metaphorical stick of "dy-no-mite" under this pairing, covering it with a big satirical "Sa ... More >>
Isn't it a little harsh for Jeremy Paul Olson to have been incarcerated for throwing tomatoes at Sarah Palin at her Mall of America book signing earlier this week (especially considering that he missed the former Alaska governor entirely)? Gawker thinks so, as it assembles a brief history of ... More >>
Polaroids from another long, strange trip by Bridget Finn. Todd P, far right. In this week's Village Voice, Rob Harvilla talks with the director and main subject of the new doc Todd P Goes to Austin: "A documentary or other such deification was inevitable, though Austin, directed by longtime Todd ... More >>
That bombshell is in the column this week, and I hope you'll read it even though the President turns out to be Abe fucking Lincoln! CLICK HERE and you'll also learn about:
Plus Abe Lincoln's logs and more than 15 minutes at Warhol's birthday party.
Not all the liquid refreshment was at the after-parties.
In Sunday's New York Times, Frank Rich wrote that culture warriors -- that is, those "intrusive and divisive moral scolds who thrived in the bubbles of the Clinton and Bush years" -- are being "laid off" in the Obama era, because people are too concerned with the genuine crisis of the economy to ... More >>
Our favorite New York paper has made a haunting short film from surveillance camera footage of a kid casing, then tagging up a Staten Island deli. The perp is thought to have hit a local tire shop as well. Frank Miller's Peanuts. GOP Fight Club: Top Republicans are beating up new RNC chairman ... More >>
In more Travis-the-killer-chimp-related news, today's Post runs a Sean Delonas cartoon of a chimp shot by cops, one of whom says, "They're have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill." Get it? Reverend Al Sharpton thinks he does: he calls it "troubling at best given the historic racist ... More >>
Your own private Idaho. When you can no longer afford even a night out in Boise, Idaho, your country's in deep financial trouble. In a clever immorality tale about 21st century capitalism, the Wall Street Journal tells us this morning that people in the Intermountain West are having to give up m ... More >>
We don't understand this "Conservative Ladies Pretty in Mink" slideshow of Ann Coulter, Mary Katherine Ham, and other winger chicks glammed out at ABC News. We can see why the Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute created the original calendar -- true believers love hearkening-back to when, in the Inst ... More >>
Creative claustrophobia in bursts
Black berets and leather coats are out, Ski Iraq tees are in
Accosted by fat guys, disgusted by Ann Coulterall side effects of fabulousness
In an e-mail to the Voice today, Crown Forum publishing V.P. Tina Constable took umbrage with a Power Plays item about Crown author Ann Coulter. The item questioned whether the sales figures for Coulter's latest book, Godless: The Church of Liberalism, were being plumped through a campaign of giveaw ... More >>
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"Fag hag" bags elephants uptown at the Apollo
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Alterman and Gans Skewer Media Shibboleths
Our Greatest Danger Is Becoming the Same
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