Today, Time Magazine published its annual list of the 140 Best Twitter Feeds (in the world!). The list is full of cultural tastemakers, newshounds and celebrities -- but it seems to missing something. That's right, it's missing you. You didn't make the list, despite your tireless dedication to Twitt ... More >>
Last week the 39th annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) met at National Harbor in Maryland near DC. If you heard anything about it, you probably heard about a CPAC forum called "Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called a Racist and You Know You're Not One?" that was every bit the dis ... More >>
Last Tuesday was the State of the Union address, in which the President laid out a bunch of plans and Republicans denounced them. Rightbloggers got into this with the aplomb you'd expect.
But when rising GOP star Marco Rubio had a comical moment in his official Republican response, and people had ... More >>
In this article, a pundit argues that it'll be Hillary Clinton.
If she runs, that is.
Says the author:
"The economy will proably be strong by then, and I don't think the Republican A-team--who sat this election out--is nearly as formidable as their supporters hope.
"Hillary Clinton and Corey Bo ... More >>
In years to come, rightbloggers will tell their grandchildren many stories of the glorious summer of twenty-twelve. They'll tell 'em how they warned America about the socialist menace of the Olympics. They'll tell 'em how, in the wake of the Aurora shooting, they defended assault weapons against Dem ... More >>
Last week President Obama, tired of waiting for Congress to pass the DREAM Act, sort of enacted DREAM Lite himself, temporarily allowing young illegal immigrants who'd come here as kids off the deportation hook.
Mainstream conservative reaction ranged from discomfiture -- because Republicans had be ... More >>
Governor Andrew Cuomo won't talk about his seemingly inevitable run for the White House in 2016, but everyone else will."All I'm working on is being the best governor I can be," Cuomo told reporters yesterday when asked about a presidential run becoming a distraction."That's where I am. That is real ... More >>
The stats are in, and they make SOPA and PIPA's future in Congress look very uncertain.
After countless popular websites shut down Wednesday to protest the the Stop Internet Piracy Act and the Protect Intellectual Property Act, at least 70 of the bills' Congressional supporters have abandoned the m ... More >>
After thousands of popular websites went offline today and many more individuals took to the Twitterverse to protest SOPA and PIPA, several co-sponsors of the anti-piracy bills have just withdrawn their support, telling reporters that they were worried about the legislations' impact on free speech, ... More >>
Despite the speculation of Fox News ("he has a proven record of managing the kinds of fiscal problems that beset our nation"), the Washington Post ("a Daniels candidacy probably would be taken as a sign that the games are over for the Republican Party, that it is time to buckle down and organize to ... More >>
In case you missed it, Donald Trump is sort of running for President. He's shown his seriousness about this by speaking at the CPAC political convention, and by taking a job at Fox News.
That Trump might push this self-publicity campaign all the way to the 2012 Republican convention is expected by ... More >>
We've been here before.
So yesterday former Talking Heads frontman and current omni-artistic silver fox David Byrne dropped a $1 million dollar lawsuit on Florida Governor and embattled Senatorial candidate Charlie Crist, who'd used the Heads' 1985 romp "Road to Nowhere" in a campaign ad without a ... More >>
Per Billboard comes the latest "politician swipes a pop song for a campaign ad; pop star recoils in horror" tale -- these are always a delight, even though the epic John McCain/Jackson Browne battle of 2008/9 was supposed to settle this question once and for all in the artists' favor. But no, Char ... More >>
The Royal Poinciana Plaza, still looking for an upgrade.By Alana Horowitz
Rudy Giuliani can't even go on vacation these days without ruffling political feathers.
The former mayor -- who recently embroiled himself in Florida politics by endorsing Marco Rubio for Senate instead of current Gov ... More >>
Too much Starbucks pushed Mornin' Joe Scarborough into a full-throated, looney-tunes, rant this week in defense of our own local heroes Rudy Giuliani and Bernie Kerik.
It's been exhilarating to see Rudy back on a national TV tour lately, reminding us what an expert we had in City ... More >>
"Tea Partiers could crash CPAC's party," said UPI this morning (sourcing RedState's Eric Erickson, who demanded "a purging of the movement" -- he's big on purges), but there doesn't seem much at the Conservative Political Action Conference, which kicked off today in D.C., that TP people would ... More >>
It looks like the call by Erick Erickson of RedState to "purge" the Republican Party in the wake of the NY-23 loss is getting some traction: the Charleston County, South Carolina GOP has actually censured Republican Senator Lindsey Graham for cooperating with the enemy, that is, the Democrat ... More >>