House Republicans finally got their hearings on Benghazi, and we have learned that the Obama Administration, the CIA, and the FBI massaged their talking points before announcing the attack last September, and that at least a couple of people thought the U.S. military could have gotten to Benghazi qu ... More >>
Vice President Joe Biden said in a speech last week that the GOP's calls to "unchain Wall Street" really mean "they gonna put y'all back in chains."
Having just launched their own Vice-Presidential candidate to less than earth-shaking effect, rightbloggers flipped out over Biden's remarks, expressi ... 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 >>
When Andrew Breitbart died at the absurdly young age of 43, rightbloggers were sad -- and also mad at liberals, whom some of them blamed for the rageaholic activist's death.
After a period of mourning, they decided that the best tribute to their fallen leader would be to follow his example, i.e., ... More >>
I covered a boat cruise around Manhattan last summer that raised money for the Audacity Of Hope — not Barack Obama's book, but the blockade-breaking aid ship for Gaza's Palestinians determined to actually land without the deadly violence surrounding the May 31, 2010, attempt by the "Gaza Free ... More >>
When Christine O'Donnell beat Mike Castle last week to become the GOP nominee in the Delaware Senatorial race, a clown car pulled up and several bizarre O'Donnell quotes came piling out. The most famous of these, so far, are probably her remarks on the sure-fire comedy topics of masturbation and Sat ... More >>
In journalism, the depths of August are often called "silly season," because many newsmakers are on vacation, forcing bored reporters to fill up space with goofy stories (e.g.).
For rightbloggers, of course, silliness is a year-round thing. But with the New York mosque controversy -- a Burlington ... More >>
Even though it might be only 817 miles from our building to Athens, Alabama in the heart of their 5th Congressional District, that doesn't mean we can't feel the impact of what kind of ridiculous, race-baiting assholery is going on down there. Specifically with regards to congressional hopefu ... More >>
In his West Point speech on Tuesday, President Obama announced 30,000 fresh troops would be delivered to Afghanistan early next year. He also said that "after 18 months, our troops will begin to come home."
"Begin to come home" is a vague term, perhaps purposefully so. In the 2007 surge, three a ... More >>
As you may have heard, there is among certain people a controversy as whether Barack Obama was really born in the United States. They generally believe that Obama's certification of live birth and the confirmation of Hawaii's State Department of Health are either bogus or insufficient. When lawyer ... More >>
One of the great themes of the current conservative movement is Liberal Fascism -- the idea, promoted by Jonah Goldberg's book of that name, that liberals are the true heirs of Hitler and Mussolini, and that they effect fascist outrages in the present day via their "speech police," "thought poli ... More >>
They may be estranged from one another, but during Sunday morning services at the Brown Memorial Baptist Church in Brooklyn, Pastor Jeremiah Wright showed nothing but love for his onetime congregant, President Barack Obama. Wright was introduced by Reverend Clinton M. Miller to an overflowing crowd. ... More >>
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"If you go to Barnes & Noble, and you go to their Christian section, whatever they have that's comic books is just so vomitously lame," says actor Stephen Baldwin as he describes the process that led him to develop "The Remnant," his new comic book, which he describes as "lik ... More >>