We are all chatting about Weiner and not Detroit. This is a Democrat ploy of misdirection.— Grover Norquist (@GroverNorquist) July 31, 2013 It seemed like it couldn't get any worse, and then it really, really did. A spokesperson for Anthony Weiner's soaring mayoral campaign offered some colo ... More >>
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 >>
Today the Post reported that disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner was considering a run for the city comptroller's office. According to several anonymous-yet-well-connected Manhattanites, pollsters are calling around to suss out the levels of support Weiner might receive if he decided to run. ... More >>
Eleven years ago, Pamela Geller declared war on savages who were trying to take over the world. This November, she admits she lost.
Hurricane Sandy was caused by Iranian technology that's capable of controlling weather patterns to punish Iran's enemies and the enemies of its friends. The reason the storm hit New York so hard is because God is punishing the Empire State for defying his word and allowing gay people to get married. ... More >>
As you may have heard, failed GOP presidential candidate/Minnesota Congresswoman/fagala-phobic madwoman Michele Bachmann has launched a McCarthy-esque witch hunt into several Muslim employees of the federal government whom she decided could potentially be working as spies for Islamist terrorist grou ... More >>
Call us crazy (read: rational), but we're gonna go ahead and assume that Hillary Clinton aide/wife of former Congressman Anthony Weiner, Huma Abedin, isn't a Muslim Brotherhood operative who's infiltrated the highest levels of government -- including marrying a once-powerful New York congressman -- ... More >>
If you are one of those Democrats or Republicans who, regardless of party, actually liked John McCain once upon a time, and who found that -- until he picked Sarah Palin as his running mate -- he was the kind of fellow inclined to put country before party on important matters, take note. That John ... More >>
We're coming up to the first anniversary of Osama Bin Laden's demise. Some media outlets celebrated with cute headlines ("Osama Bin Laden Used Viagra And 'Just-For-Men' To Keep His Wives Interested In Him"). President Obama celebrated with an ad reminding everyone that he killed him. To rightblogge ... More >>
Victoria Jackson went from the big leagues of comedy to the rabid right of modern politics
Two distinctly icky stories dominate media news this Wednesday, with none bigger than the mess at National Public Radio following yesterday's release of a hidden camera video by the right-wing videographer and activist James O'Keefe. The public radio organization scrambled as a result of the ... More >>
James O'Keefe, the same Republican operative/twerp/'investigative journalist' behind such secret stings as the undercover ACORN videos (yeah, the pimp costume guy) and the attempted tapping of U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu's phones went at it again today with a new video project. This time, O'Ke ... More >>
The 2011 Conservative Political Action Cnference (CPAC), held last week, was in some respects like the previous year's: For example, everyone loved that the place was full of young people, until the kids gave libertarian Ron Paul their straw poll vote. There were some changes, though. Perhaps hopi ... More >>
via ReutersHey everyone. It's looking like a nice Sunday out there! Not that you're even reading this, because today's the Super Bowl. You morons. Today in Egypt: the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist group long banned by Egyptian authorities, is joining other opposition groups in meeting with Vice P ... More >>
Just not yet! This according to ABC News' Christiane Amanpour, chased through the streets of Cairo just yesterday, who today became the first journalist to see Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak since protests broke out on January 25.
Last week we considered whether conservatives and their host body, the GOP, were attacking non-white Americans so much that they now constituted America's Honky Party. We did not then spend much time on the almost-not-quite-at-Ground Zero Mosque controversy. But President Obama's recent defense of ... More >>
Last week's state dinner for Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was from the beginning fraught with controversy -- or what passes for controversy among rightbloggers. First, the dinner menu was leaked. Right Pundits was miffed that "such cultural oddities as potato and eggplant salad, arugula, r ... More >>
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