As we're fond of pointing out, rightbloggers are prone to mood swings between triumphalism to persecution mania. Though we're sure they'll be on the upswing by the time the 2014 elections roll around -- they're gamers that way -- lately they seem to be on a down cycle. In fact, to hear rightblogger ... More >>
The Augusta National Golf Club joined the 19th century yesterday when it announced that it's finally admitted two female members to the previously all-male club, which has many applauding the club's decision to finally end its ban on penis-ly challenged members.Former Secretary of State Condoleeza R ... More >>
Mitt Romney gave a speech at the NAACP promising to overturn "Obamacare," and got booed. Then he went to Montana and said the black people booed him because they wanted "free stuff." Rightbloggers hadn't been too enthusiastic about Romney before, suspecting that the father of Romneycare was not a t ... More >>
You knew this was coming! The former Secretary of Defense with the longtime Queen of Soul. Together in concert! In a highly unusual July 27 event at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, Aretha Franklin will be joined by Condoleeza Rice, who will play piano on "Say A Lit ... More >>
Badge sold in Union Square, November 4, 2008. Look familiar? Goodbye to being a "socialist" and "anti-American" because you supported a moderate Democrat. Some people will still call you these things, but it is transparently crazy now that the alleged leader of all anti-American socialists is also ... More >>
The short editorial Joan Didion read at the Brooklyn Book Festival back in September, about the upcoming election, is now online at Salon. It joins James Wood's piece in the New Yorker last week in examining the basic language out of which the two presidential campaigns have constructed their respec ... More >>
In his review this week of W., the Voice's own J. Hoberman dissects the shortcomings of Oliver Stone's latest POTUS opus, noting that it is "a film full of cartoon characterizations"—as if a movie about George W. Bush's first term could be anything else. By the standards of domestic psychodrama, W ... More >>
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