We all know the current trend of snotty white-people stadium-folk sucks. That's something near-universally agreed upon within critical circles. It's hard to take a single note of the stuff seriously, enough to make you reconsider the entire influencing legacy of Bob Dylan. But one thing that's been ... More >>
Animal NY The High Line has a new art installation in the form of a literal "bill board" by California artist John Baldessari. Fun fact: That is an actual replica of a real type of bill that existed during the Depression. Woodrow Wilson can be seen on the front of the bill.
Drayton Curry, age 92, the oldest inmate in federal prison, could die there waiting as he has for the past seven months for President Obama to decide on his clemency petition. Wheelchair-bound and in poor health, Curry, who was born when Woodrow Wilson was president, is currently in a feder ... More >>
Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" rally on Saturday was part religious revival, part group therapy session. "Pray on your knees," Beck roared like a TV evangelist, and he warned that the country was "at a crossroads... we must advance or perish. I choose advance!" Sarah Palin generously extended her ... More >>
Click to Enlarge.Ha. A search on Google Trends shows that the 19th Amendment is being searched more than any other term right now. That's because it's the 19th Amendment's 90th birthday! And people don't remember what it is. Though...how would they know it's the 19th Amendment's birthday?
Recently the top Google Trend item -- with "volcanic" traffic -- was "Obama Deception Censored." The phrase relates to filmmaker and Infowars proprietor Alex Jones' claim that his movie Obama Deception had been "erased, obliterated, censored" from YouTube via a hacked password. (He doesn't explai ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. October 6, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 51 WJT, a Drugged Starter In an Unchallenging Race By Bernard Lefkowitz This is for all the old Post guys who once had to call Judy Garland's agent at three in the morning. Relax. Be cool. The egg creams ... More >>
Well, it's closer than Trenton, so we guess we should mention that Princeton went into lockdown for a while this morning because it looked like one of those nut-on-campus-with-gun things was happening. But it turned out to be one of those nut-on-campus-with-toy-gun things instead. Police and securit ... More >>
Rightbloggers talked a lot over the past eight years about Bush Derangement Syndrome, liberal sufferers of which thought Bush engaged in a totalitarian overthrow of our liberties. One of the symptoms was calling the President a fascist. "A strong word to fling about," warned The Anchoress, who not ... More >>
Farris Hassan, not done with his 15 minutes of fame, is up to his old tricks again
Extra prison time for what Nicholas Minucci said during physical assault with a bat
Teddy Roosevelt bioplay charges up a hill of beans while fudging the details
Freud's Machiavellian public relations relation and how he sold the world on capitalism
Hillary Clinton barnstorms the 2005 graduations
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Electing the Pop Star in Chief
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