As you've no doubt heard by now, a set of draconian anti-abortion measures have been winding their way through the Texas Legislature for the past couple weeks. (Last week we explained why you, sitting here in New York, should give a shit about that.) If they pass (and oh, they will), the twin bills ... More >>
Last week's terrible incident in Aurora, Colorado in which 70 people were shot, 12 fatally, at a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises made many of us think about how awful these episodes of senseless violence are, how precious and fragile life is, and that we should stay close and be good to ou ... More >>
This morning the UAW -- the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America -- issued an official endorsement of Occupy Wall Street, which they deem "a movement for economic and political justice." They've said they'll commit resources to the movement ... More >>
Last weekend rallies were held in all 50 states in support of the teachers' union in Wisconsin. And at the Wisconsin state capitol, at least 70,000 people came out on Saturday to protest Governor Walker's attempt to break the union. Sounds like a big deal, right? Hundreds of thousands of people tur ... More >>
New Yorkers unhappy with Target's recent $150,000 donation to anti-gay-rights Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer gathered yesterday at the flagship Target in Brooklyn to protest. The rally, organized by Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, City Councilmember Letitia James, and MoveOn.org ... More >>
Andrew Breitbart, the screamy shoutcreature behind Big Journalism -- the guys who employed skeevy Young Republican criminal James O'Keefe and most recently tried to unsuccessfully smear Shirley Sherrod out of a job -- has now been caught on video confessing his love of terrorists and his ugly ... More >>
F2K is a countdown of the 50 worst songs of the decade. Track our progress here. Everyone in our generation will never forget where they were when they heard about the greatest tragedy to ever occur on American soil: The Beastie Boys forgot how to rap.
"MoveOn Fembot for ObamaCare," yells Big Hollywood about this MoveOn.org ad for getting the public option into the federal health care plan. It stars Heather Graham, who, BH further informs us, " joined a coven of witches." Compounding the treason, "the ad's narrator is counter-culture hippie and ... More >>
Get out your tinfoil! ABC today reports a heretofore secret meeting of "America's Richest Givers", including Mayor Bloomberg, Oprah, David Rockefeller, George Soros, Ted Turner, and other illuminati, were invited by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates to a "window-lined private room" -- as opposed to one ... More >>
"I'm a lefty," Obama said as he signed his first Presidential document. "Get used to it." Some people never will. Rightbloggers found their own ways to celebrate the Inauguration. Michelle Malkin, for example, passed the morning with an "Inauguration cliche count... plus: Obamedia Orgy Watch." "New ... More >>
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