A week after the party of Kang had their national convention, the party of Kodoshad theirs in Charlotte, NC. It was a lively affair, with a floor fight strong-armed by party bosses, and big speeches by Bill Clinton, Michelle Obama, Sandra Fluke, and some guy running a crap economy who nonetheless no ... More >>
This is how your seven-course meal begins at Little Serow, with pig skin, fish dip, and a giant basket of local herbs and crudite. Most New Yorkers find themselves in DC from time to time for business reasons, to visit friends, or as patriotic sightseers. Thus it was I found myself in the nation's ... More >>
ROI on your B.A.
WASHINGTON D.C. - Every year, during the hot, humid, heat waves of summer, my father and I plan a historical trip of some sort to escape the hustle and bustle of New York for a few days and surround ourselves with nothing but some good ol' Founding Father lovin'. Last June, we traveled to Getty ... More >>
When Rush Limbaugh called Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke a "slut" and a "prostitute" on his radio show Feb. 29, it sure seemed like the end of an era might be upon us. Public outcry prompted sponsors to pull support from the show, leaving many to wonder whether the conservative stalwart would ... More >>
KFC's mega hit, the Double Down Sandwich, will soon morph into The Doublicious, comprising an Original Recipe fillet, Monterey Jack cheese, bacon, and Colonel's Sauce -- just like the Double Down -- but with a sweet Hawaiian Bread roll to hold it all together. [Nation's Restaurant News] Dean ... More >>
Afghan leader Hamid Karzai is in Washington, and, in a far cry from last year's visit -- in which he was practically snubbed in favor of his Pakistani counterpart, Asif Ali Zardari, and given a whole lot of "tough love" regarding corruption and drug trafficking in his government -- this year ... More >>
How about a little free transparency instead?
U.S. Senate proves as disdainful of the Constitution as George W. Bush. Be forewarned.
Aide spent a quarter of a million dollars on food, fun, and travel
Prawn salad and occupation politics with the dictator's defense attorney
Like an episode of 'Fear Factor,' with Porter Goss guest-starring as 'The Apprentice'
How GOP operative Roger Stone destroyed the Reform Party in the 2000 presidential campaign
Liberal Decisions From a Conservative Court
Ominous Sequel to USA Patriot Act
How a Politically Tied Aide Spent a Quarter of a Million Dollars on Food, Fun, and Travel
A New Health-Emergency Law Raises Concerns for the Immune Compromised
Scared Congress Seeks Shelter in Nuclear Henhouse
An Interns Guide to Capitol Hill
Combs Verdict a Tabloid Bonanza
The Post-Seattle Generation Gets Its Marx Druthers