Meghan Stapleton, advisor and spokeswoman to Governor Sarah Palin, resigned yesterday to spend more time with her family, and we all know what that means: another media feeding frenzy. A recent Daily Beast interview with Stapleton suggests her departure is an essentially unremarkable development over the normal course of a political career, but that won’t [...]
Writing for Right Wing News, conservative blogger Warner Todd Huston notes that Seattle radio host Brooke Fox recently said on Twitter that she’d like to punch out Ann Coulter and a host of others who dare disagree with her (political) views:
On her Twitter feed on February 17, Miss Fox asked the question “Fill in the [...]
The rumors of a major business announcement at Michelle Malkin’s Hotair.com have been swirling…
What began as a cryptic hint dropped by Allahpundit in a post last evening:
Having said all that, I now feel the odd urge to atone somehow. If only there was some exciting business news to report on, perhaps involving this very website. [...]
“I’m so relieved to be an elite” –tweet from Roger Ebert
Most public figures have done or said something they wish they could take back. When it comes to public intellectuals and film critics specifically, they generally pride themselves on their ability to analyze what they see. Therefore, their responses to culture should be very measured [...]
Incensed by the completely innocuous Tim Tebow Super Bowl commercial, sports editor Dave Zirin blogged his fury at The Nation yesterday. He admits the ad was “about as vanilla as an Andy Williams Christmas Special.” But it’s not the actual content of the ad that angers Zirin.
It’s the pesky free speech.
He’s infuriated that CBS [...]
Last week, noted feminist Keith Olbermann implied that the women of Fox News are only hired because they’re attractive. In response, The Daily Caller’s Jim Treacher posted a photo gallery of women who work for MSNBC. When he got to Rachel Maddow, Treacher wrote, “Whoops, how did that one get in there? Sorry, man. I [...]
Vanity Fair’s annual Hollywood issue hit newsstands this week, and the full color glossy has taken a decidedly monochromatic approach to highlighting Tinseltown’s up-and-comers. Naturally, the preponderance of slender, white women gracing the Vanity Fair cover is a big deal in the feminist blogosphere.
Fair enough. The Vanity Fair cover does resemble the MSNBC lineup.
But it’s [...]
Last May, the ladies of Slate magazine banished themselves to the virtual menstrual lodge known as Double X. Their goal with the left-leaning feminist spin-off was to “set the agenda for what women are thinking and talking about,” presumably without gumming up Slate with too many girl cooties.
As it turns out, launching a national conversation [...]