So how are the other candidates doing? Other candidates? No, not the senate or house folks, but the other presidential candidates. Yes, there are actually people who aren't in the two main parties who have their own ideas about fixing this country, who had the courage to run for president. Number ... More >>
"Absolutely not!" says a source, defiantly. And that source is...Chelsea Handler. But she's right. The world-famous comic explains to More magazine that Ted Harbert [her ex, who was the head of Comcast] may have given her a break, but not a career. "Ted is not responsible for me selling four boo ... More >>
Roseanne Barr, with promises to fight the patriarchy and legalize pot, wants to be the next commander-in-chief of the U.S., and hopes to do so as the Green Party's candidate, even though she expects to lose. This isn't the first time that Barr has made clear her presidential plans. She told ... More >>
Victoria Jackson went from the big leagues of comedy to the rabid right of modern politics
Russell Brand at Occupy Wall StreetLast night, as a driving rain fell on Lower Manhattan and the General Assembly of Occupy Wall Street debated whether to authorize a statement condemning the Democratic Party as a bought-and-paid for agent of corrupt Wall Street interests, Russell Brand visit ... More >>
The death last week of Apple founder Steve Jobs was sad news for his friends, family, and the computer and design world in general. Rightbloggers mostly took it as an occasion to tell the world that Jobs was right-wing -- or, if not right-wing in the sense of having actually expressed right-wing be ... More >>
This week in the Voice: Steven Thrasher tells the beautiful love stories of two same-sex couples. But while Kawane and Jeanette Harris got married on July 24, the first day they could in New York, Kevin Beauchamp and Howard Orlick -- both legally blind -- are staunch gay marriage advocates wh ... More >>
Check out my new column, an incredibly zingy and provocative conversation with TV legend Roseanne Barr about her race for the Presidency as a Green Tea Party candidate who wants to throw out the bums and replace them with grandmothers and other solution seekers.
Two Brooklyn women who make Evermore Pet Food plan to eat their dog food daily for a month beginning March 1 to prove how good it is. [CBS News] The struggling A&P supermarket chain is being forced to close another 32 stores in six states as part of its turnaround strategy, including 17 in N ... More >>
She'd be Carnie Carney. Yes, it's time for the imaginary hookup game again. The one where you put two celebs together at the altar just so one of them can end up with a hilarious name.
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