Irony, thy name is David Gregory.
Fashion rocks. "Fashion Rocks" sucks.
Dick is never right about anything. Seriously, anything.
It's always entertaining when Fox News' Andrea Tantaros tries to think, sort of like watching a kitten try to get its head out of a jar it somehow got stuck in.
It would be nice to think that homophobia in the world of hard rock and metal is a thing of the past, but that just can't be the case. Hopefully the guys in Cynic being open and matter-of-fact about who they are will break down walls for other gay artists within the genre and for fans as well.
Head, meet desk.
Get ready for the right to shriek that Reid's the problem here.
Yeah, if you're still scratching your head as to what the hell actress Kate Mulgrew and respected scientists Michio Kaku, Lawrence Krauss and Max Tegmark are doing in a new documentary which claims that the sun revolves around the Earth -- turns out so are they.
If America wasn't officially a plutocracy before, it damn sure is now.
While Nick Cannon's stunt is ridiculously dumb, it's not racist. Besides, it's not like it's somebody important with actual cultural impact donning whiteface -- it's Nick Cannon.
Maybe God made the plane disappear.
Sometimes it's best just to keep your mouth shut.
Well, so much for that comeback.
There have been plenty of people who’ve taken Greenwald’s journalism to task and have done so in very strong terms but also in good faith. What those people typically get in return is a fusillade of snide tweets labeling them “cultists” or otherwise impugning their credibility and motives.
Feminists at Wellesley college have started a petition to have a sculpture of a sleepwalking man in his underwear removed from the campus quad. The hysterical comments are as entertaining as you'd expect.
For all he did in his long, rarefied career, I think that one scene is Philip Seymour Hoffman's finest moment.
Thanks to programming restructuring by Jeff Zucker, CNN just last month laid off around 40 people. One of them was apparently a pregnant producer who was just a few weeks away from giving birth to twins.
What's fascinating about the pope's comments on social media hostility is that while they may seem like small potatoes in that they address an issue that's relatively unimportant in the great scheme of things, that just couldn't be further from the truth.
We've been so conditioned to accept expressions of faith as rational and reasonable simply because of the sheer volume of them our society sees and sanctions on a daily basis that we forget just how absolutely insane they really are.
Every once in a while we're presented with an opportunity to really take a step back and look at the belief system driving the Christian fundamentalists who've hamstrung our politics and culture again and again. And that's what Bryan Fischer has given us, so let's call it like we see it here.
That's what this quote is: Joe Rogan explaining basic atmospheric physics to someone who either doesn't understand or can't accept the reality of how things work. It's like Bill Nye talking to an angry developmentally disabled eight-year-old who's on acid.
As the New York Post's resident pissy attack dog, Peyser has made a name for herself being a reliable barker of prudish Upper East Side rants against sex, lewdness and general fun for years now. She's the exaggeratedly tyrannical schoolmarm in every kid empowerment movie come to life -- the imperious authoritarian who eventually gets her come-uppance from the boys and girls she's dedicated her life to torturing. And her column about "Selfie-gate" sincerely has to be read to be believed.
The Satanic Temple's plan, in keeping with legislation passed in 2009 that allowed for the Christian memorial, is to create a monument to Satan and put it within spitting distance of the infamously misspelled 10 Commandments rock on the Capitol steps.
Really, Newt? You're "surprised" that your supporters out there in the American conservative wasteland are a bunch of ill-informed, reactionary assholes who can't see Mandela as anything more than a "commie terrorist?" Seriously? This shocks you?
Despite our issues, we still don't have a bunch of people sitting in a room somewhere proposing that, if there are "four eyewitnesses" to the fact, you can legally stone a woman to death for cheating on her husband.
And so begins Fox News's promotion of the latest made-up right-wing Obama controversy, as always done under the guise of "just asking questions" -- "just saying, 'hmmm, quite a coincidence.'"
The ACA is going to make things better for millions. Simple as that. But because getting there isn't as easy as plopping our fat asses down on the couch and ordering a movie by remote on pay-per-view, we whine like babies who got our binkies yanked out of our mouths.
Some pundits can predict important world events or what a political leader will or won't do next. I have Kanye figured out. The line to kiss my ass forms to the left.
Right. The problem is that you're daring to tell the story the U.S. government doesn't want people to know. It's not, you know, that the story you're now telling is completely different from the original story you told in the aftermath of the attack.
In which we reveal the best way to keep pirates from attacking ships off the coast of Africa and why the entire country of China in declaring war on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Regardless of the financial backing or name recognition he purports to now have, he's making himself an outlier, a controversial figure sure to generate cash for himself from the niche audience whose rapt attention he owns, but otherwise a nonentity. What he doesn't seem to understand is that if he hadn't been a reporter for The Guardian and had all the associated cachet behind him, his Snowden material very likely wouldn't have gotten the circulation it did in the first place.
It's difficult to wrap your head around the fact that Michele Bachmann is one of only 435 people in the entire country allowed to be a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and to vote on the laws that affect every one of us.
Why the above quote? Why is it worth highlighting right now? Because it flawlessly sums up what the Tea Party Republicans are about and why they're doing this, and it tips their hand and gives all of us a good look at why they're so afraid of the Affordable Care Act. They're afraid of it because they know it will work.
A comment like this would be tone-deaf if these people were capable of shame, since tone-deafness indirectly implies that the person singing is actually trying to hit the note. Guys like Robert Benmosche aren't. They know full-well what they're saying and simply don't care.