Mitt Romney gave a speech at the NAACP promising to overturn "Obamacare," and got booed. Then he went to Montana and said the black people booed him because they wanted "free stuff."
Rightbloggers hadn't been too enthusiastic about Romney before, suspecting that the father of Romneycare was not a t ... More >>
Last night, I noticed this excerpt from a Canadian interview show, and boy, did it bring back memories.
It's a priceless reaction by actor Kim Coates when he's asked about Battlefield Earth by CBC show host George Stroumboulopoulos (who mercifully goes by "Strombo"). I mean, imagine having that mov ... More >>
We can thank Daily News writer John Harper for staying in top of the Texas Ranger CEO's comments on Yankees fans yesterday on ESPN radio - you know by now, Chuck Greenberg's remarks that fans at Yankee Stadium were "violent, apathetic, and an embarrassment."
"Let's face it," Harpers says, "there is ... More >>
Late last night, Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff informed the world that he gave the go-ahead to execute Ronnie Lee Gardner via firing squad ... via Twitter. Minutes later, Gardner was shot, but it was Shurtleff's Tweet that was heard around the world.
Twitter often lends itself to off ... More >>
Even if you don't know much about rightbloggers, you probably know that since time immemorial conservatives have blamed the nation's problems and Democratic Administrations on something called the Liberal Media. This nefarious press syndicate (of which the Village Voice is considered a charter membe ... More >>
The country's in the toilet -- in lieu of bread, let's get right to the circuses. Jenny Sanford has revealed more hilarious details of her life with South Carolina governor and adulterer Mark Sanford. Apparently the first red flag came when Mark and Jenny were working on the wedding vows and he said ... More >>
The Catch: One Play, Two Dynasties, and the Game that Changed the NFL
By Gary Myers
Crown, 252 pages, $26.00
"To this day," says Joe Montana in the forward to Gary Myers's The Catch, "the Cowboys still think I was tying to toss the ball into the upper deck of Candlestick Park ... I just ha ... More >>
Cowboys tight end Martellus Bennett and his brother, Seattle Seahawk Michael Bennett, made this "Black Olympics" video in which they "compete" at eating chicken and watermelon and drinking Kool-Aid. A battle rages in the press, with some like Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News on their ... More >>