Election Day is finally here, and you could cut the tension with -- well, just about anything, really. The dull edge of a key. A butter knife coated in marshmallow fluff. A newborn kitten's tiny, gummy teeth. That's because, as you're probably well aware, the main contests are all pretty much deci ... More >>
Last week, upon learning that an anti-Islamic film existed, extremists in several Arab cities rampaged, and in Benghazi killed four Americans, including the U.S. Ambassador. President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton denounced both the violence and the film, and Libyan authorities apprehended so ... 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 >>
~*xoMattDrudgexoemail@example.comYou 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 Politico's Ben Smith argues today that the outdated email service has actually gone from uncool and dated all the way back around to being a "status sy ...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 >>
This afternoon gives new meaning to the term "news dump," as six boxes containing 24,199 printed pages of emails -- weighing 250 pounds -- from Sarah Palin's half-term as governor of Alaska become part of the public record. For each publication that filed the necessary open law records paperw ... More >>
Last week Japan was hit by earthquake, tsunami, and volcano. As the country tries to come back from this series of disasters, donations are pouring in from world citizens. Rightbloggers are doing their part, too. They're using the catastrophe as a teachable moment to explain that Obama sucks, glob ... More >>
In what's hopefully our last Koran-burning post of the day, it was just announced that the American government was put in a lose-lose situation by some bored Florida redneck, and lost: an NBC News reporter Tweets that Secretary of Defense Robert Gates had a "very brief" conversation with Past ... More >>
Washington Post reporter Mike Wise was just suspended for a month because he Tweeted out a "fake scoop" about -- ironically -- the suspension of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The offending Tweet?
Today on Drudge Report, Matt Drudge notes in big, bold, capital letters: "SHOCK POLL: 1 OUT 4 THINK OBAMA MUSLIM." This can't be true, can it?
Washington Post blogger Dave Weigel resigned a few weeks ago in the wake of his off-the-record emails being leaked from fellow Post blogger Ezra Klein's infamous DC email listserv, Journolist. One of the emails had him explaining that Matt Drudge should set himself on fire, which isn't inaccu ... More >>
Speculation continues to swirl surrounding the leaked listserv emails that led to the resignation of Dave Weigel, the Washington Post's blogger on the conservative beat. To recap: Weigel belonged to an exclusive group of political reporters and commentators, headed by fellow WaPo young Ezra K ... More >>
Snarly mainstream media hater, mainstream media pundit Andrew Breitbart - the guy formerly known Matt Drudge's waterboy - has been making quite the ruckus lately! Most recently, he yelled at people who yelled at him at the conservative power powwow CPAC, because - obviously - political think ... More >>
While you lily-livers are feasting on turkey and whatnot, rightbloggers are defending Thanksgiving, the nation, and their Second Amendment right to kill hippies. RedState remembers the first Thanksgiving, in 1941, when "Americans around the nation settled into a peaceful Thanksgiving weekend ... More >>
It's good to know there is still a voice of reason in this swine flu shanda: While high schools bring in Mexican cleaning crews to disinfect their auditoriums, world leaders declare travel bans, and Matt Drudge screams at us through our computer, Israeli authorities have been arguing about what to c ... More >>
As you've heard by now, Out magazine's gay power list includes two people who aren't exactly running through the streets screaming, "I'm gay!"--namely right-wing web gossip Matt Drudge and married (to a woman) power mogul Barry Diller.
In this week's Village Voice Music Section, Rob Harvilla on '80s musical Rock of Ages' evolution from so-bad-it's-good to good, period. Adrienne Day mourns lost love and a lost vision of New York with Bat for Lashes. Chuck Eddy: Battle of the Country Hunks! In Film, J. Hoberman basically likes Ob ... More >>
LaBute's stimulating latest; Jill Hennessy in the Lymelife.
You can bet UFO enthusiasts won’t let this go anytime soon, but this week’s sky lights over Phoenix that caught the interest of Matt Drudge turns out to be a hoax by some joker who attached flares to helium balloons. Thankfully, quick reporting should keep this incident from blowing up into th ... More >>
President says wiretaps will continue, and so will his speeches and press conferences and photo ops and
Strange Internet man with growth disorder makes like Adam Sandler via Andy Kaufman
Team America's critical mess: How reviewers misread the year's most potent political satire
Kerry gets poked in the eye during the thrashing of CBS
Bush surrogates sissify John Edwards. But will it backfire? Plus: What did Whoopi say?
A Casebook in the Meaning of the Closet
Pundit's Assault Charge May Be Dropped
Why Believe David Brock? Because His Story Makes Sense.
Want to Understand Conservatives? Read Them.
Nowhere To Go
There Were No Threats in the 'Criminal' Faxes
Buford Furrow's Journey of Hate to L.A.
The Chickens Came Home to Roost at Columbine High
On HBO, Falcon talks about his burgeoning drama career. Kidding he talks about his penis.
Web Publisher Luke Ford Penetrates the Porn World
Assault Charges Hit President, Right Revives
''In Rounders, John Malkovich chewed so much scenery that it's a wonder there were any card tables left.''
Lurid revelations, crude moralizing, perjury traps: they all echo America's darkest days