Had enough Benghazi? Too bad! Last week rightbloggers whooped up "explosive" "bombshell" "revelations" that turned out to be more or less what everyone already knew, but were good enough for Republicans to call yet another Congressional committee with which they will finally get the American sheeple ... More >>
Look out, more trouble with Obamacare: It appears when Obama said "If you like your plan, you can keep it," he wasn't telling the whole truth. As the press reported this week, if your plan doesn't meet minimum standards of coverage, and if it isn't "grandfathered" or lost that status by changing its ... More >>
Last week a Republican Senator filibustered on civil liberties in wartime -- and, get this, he was in favor of them! This remarkable event drew such attention that the filibusterer, Rand Paul, ended the week talking about running for President. How did our friends the rightbloggers -- who generally ... More >>
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 >>
We see Anthony Weiner's penis, in this "if it seeds, it leads" media era, remains big news. The New York Representative's lewd but (so far as has been revealed) legal tweets have many pols calling for his resignation, and rightbloggers enjoying scandalicious multiple orgasms. The ever-developing st ... More >>
The two places that men reveal their inner selves, the adage goes, are behind a steering wheel and on a basketball court. All that contained aggressiveness grandstands to the surface. For Mayor Mike, though, who neither duels with taxis nor elbows under a hoop, it is apparently depositions ... More >>
Pajamas Media, a consortium of mostly rightbloggers, was founded in 2005. Its "eventual goal," reported National Review at the time, was "to replace the established media sources with a network of what [co-founders Charles Johnson and Roger L. Simon] call 'citizen-journalists.'" They felt good about ... More >>
A quasi-date with the writer, ringmaster, and newly minted graphic novelist
John Nirenberg would walk 500 miles. And it sounds like he would walk 500 more. But unlike the persistent pop tune by The Proclaimers, he refuses to be the man who falls down at Nancy Pelosi’s door. Nirenberg, a hearty New York City native and current resident of Brattelboro, Vermont, intends to ... More >>
Miraculously, after 32 years, the New York Dolls do it again
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How CNN Captured John Walker
Federal Funding Pushes No-Sex Education Into the Mainstream
'SPY' Backer Now Brings You the Learning Annex
Bloomberg Lands First Endorsement: Abe Hirschfeld
Why We Can't Let the Big Creep Go
Flashback: The Year in Movies
Inside the Sex Scandal at Nation of Islam Mosque No. 7
White House Calls Paper 'Near Hysterical'
Powerpop Star Sets Sights on Senate
His Private Matters are Daily Fodder for Consumption
Accusations Are Flying About Presidential Candidates Drug Use. Are You Under the Influence?
Notes from an opening: 'Manhandled by security guard. Kept running into whiny B-list types or maybe that was a mirror.'
Milosevic Moves as Administration Stalls
The Left Reconsiders Its Relationship to Clinton and Comes Out Swinging Especially at Christopher Hitchens
Obsessive Netizens Lionize Lewinsky
'Clinton ripped [Jane Doe No. 5's] clothes and bit her lip'
Obstruction of Justice by Threats and Coercion of Discarded Women
Women and minorities swung the election to the Democrats. Can the Republicans now claim them?
''...it is possible that once she has been arrested she will make a suicide attempt.''
From FBI Psychological Profile of Suspect Terry Squillacote
The city's war on sex shops has nothing to do with morality and everything to do with development. Especially around Times Square.