Last week rightbloggers remained occupied with the recent D.C. scandals, which some of them expect to result in the President's impeachment; they even have a March on Washington and a shady poll to give them hope. We expect they will result in some sort of impeachment, if only of certain people's ju ... More >>
Hillary Clinton is considered a top choice for the Democratic Presidential candidate in 2016. But the blood clot she recently developed after a concussion has both sides offering their opinions as to whether this will hurt her chances (presuming she decides to run, of course). Not surprisingly, it ... More >>
The ideologically fluid Mitt Romney surprised a lot of people this weekend by choosing as his Vice-Presidential running mate Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, a hardcore conservative best known for frightening off independent voters. Democrats portrayed the choice as a gift. So did rightbloggers, often for ... More >>
There has been the expected nuclear hay made by Republicans out of President Obama's decision to give temporary relief to the children of undocumented immigrants in lieu of the D.R.E.A.M. Act passing. We were in the Rose Garden to witness the first attack personally, as an Irish immigrant, of all pe ... More >>
It's here! A new magazine for teens who don't want to have sex, preferring to spend their time looking down on government help for the poor while reminiscing about Reagan. Here are the articles:
Tonight marks yet another Republican presidential debate, and podium enthusiasts across the country will be glued to their TV screens when the candidates take the stage. The CBS/National Journal/Pennzoil/Burger King/Papa John's/AMC Loews/Comcast/Olive Garden/Mercedes/StarKist/Beef 'O' Brady's ... More >>
Rebecca MarxAlthough we've almost put Frozen Treats Fortnight behind us, we are powerless to resist the vicarious thrill that comes with indulging in other people's ice cream coverage.
A show of contemporary photos takes on our age's 'gilded toxicity'
The Secret Service released an audio recording today of the minutes following the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan by John Hinckley Jr., who was famously trying to impress the young actress Jodie Foster. Hinckley failed to hit Reagan directly, but wounded press secretary James Brad ... More >>
You may remember Ronald Reagan, whose centenary was celebrated last weekend, as former Secretary of State James Baker does -- as the man who "taught us how to love"; or, as Arizona GOP Congressman Ben Quayle does, as "the nice man who gave us jelly beans when we visited the White House" and "shrank ... More >>
At last, a threat to America's security has been swiftly dealt with. A man who was jogging nude near the White House last night was apprehended at the scene and taken into custody. The President was in residence, but there is no indication that he was affected. The jogger's bag was found to c ... More >>
Which onscreen couple emitted so few romantic sparks that when they finally started doing the horizontal mambo, you were vertical and on your way out the door? I can think of one.
For all you conservatives out there who think all artists hate you, here's good news: a one-man play about Ronald Reagan is in development. Originally attached to reliably rightwing writer Lionel Chetwynd, the play will now be scripted by David Rambo, a producer on CSI: Crime Scene Investigat ... More >>
Each Thursday, your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from area basements, thrift stores, estate sales and flea markets. I do this for one reason: Knowledge is power.The Counterfeit CandidateAuthor: Kent H. SteffgenPublisher: National Issues, Las VegasDat ... More >>
People seem fascinated with that new picture of Charlie Manson, but all it says to us is that Charlie's getting older, like everybody else (though his forehead swastika's hanging in there). Much more interesting, we think, is this picture taken by Pete Souza, now Obama's official photographer, in 1 ... More >>
When the Weekly World News alien came out for Obama in August, New York's Daily Intel reminded us that the interplanetary endorser "has accurately predicted the outcome of every presidential election since Ronald Reagan won in 1980." But hold on! WWN has just informed us that the alien has pulled an ... More >>
Much as he hates to admit it, Rudy loved (most of) those huddled masses
Black berets and leather coats are out, Ski Iraq tees are in
Reagan's mass firing of air traffic controllers made American skies much less safe in the 1980s. Is Bush's flight plan the same?
Black Flag, white guilt, blood-red noses collide in self-congratulatory American Hardcore
Democrats may fret over Supreme Court pick, but theyre not the target audience
A list of strategic picks for Supreme Court
'86'95: From Evangelicals to Trannies, the First Gulf War to Tupac Shakur
19761985: Punk to Pomo, Basquiat to Breakdancing
Loser versus loser: Handicapping the coming Supreme Court vacancies
Responses to the Voice's coverage of Ronald Reagan's death
Reagan: the pol who taught us not to pay attention to what's going on
Reagan leaves the building. He put a smiley face on cruelty, but at least he chose mammon over god.
Ronald Reagan, 19112004
A closer look at an ugly issue
Jersey peaceniks throttle you with testosterone and truth
Lost Jobs and Military Funerals Haunt Bush in the Heartland
Were Trips to Iraq Meant to Secure Pipeline Deal?
Does Silence = Support for Gay Rights?
Rudy's Secret and Saintly Letter Hits Home in the Heartland