HOLLYWOOD--God bless America, and how's everybody? Barack Obama's college friend claimed the president sold cocaine back when he was in college. The story was obviously planted by Democrats. The attacks on Mitt Romney didn't work so now Barack Obama is trying to portray himself as a successful businessman. The New York Supreme Court ruled that lap dancing does not have the same culture benefit as ballet. They ruled community arts theaters are entitled to tax ...
My wife looked grief-stricken when I walked into the kitchen this morning. She was staring at her computer screen, and I worried that she'd received an email about a death in the family, or worse, that the Boston Red Sox had re-hired Bobby Valentine.
Vice President Joe Biden stepped into a confessional and knelt. "Hey, Father, how you doing?" he said to the priest. "Well, Joseph, not so well of late. There is great concern among the religious community about actions the Obama administration has taken as part of ObamaCare." "What are you talking about, Father?" "Joseph, earlier this year, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a regulation, directed by ObamaCare, that requires all non-church religious institutions, ...
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody? The Oklahoma Sooners host the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame on Saturday in a classic match-up of football schools. Good tickets are selling for five thousand dollars apiece in Oklahoma. It just shows that any economy can recover if you're willing to drill and recruit. The San Diego Chargers came under NFL probe Monday for providing wide receivers with a banned sticky substance to help them hold ...
Dictators from around the world hire representatives in Washington to polish their abysmal human rights records and downplay allegations of corruption.
More than 39 years after Roe v. Wade, the pro-life movement has reached a nadir. Despite the fact that over half the country self-identifies as "pro-life," little tangible progress has been made in the fight against abortion. This is due to both the pro-life movement's failure to be a consistent defender of human dignity across a broader range of issues and to its increasingly close association with the Republican Party.
Everybody talks about the middle class being hurt in the Obama economy, but it's really the working poor who are getting crushed.
Watching the recent Obama/Romney debate brought to mind a YouTube video I saw of an old TV game show called "To Tell the Truth" where the emcee began by welcoming the audience "to our game of deliberate misrepresentation...."
A butler opens the door of the large Sesame Street brownstone and guides me to the parlor. Big Bird is sitting on a large couch, wearing a silk smoking jacket, holding a bourbon and enjoying a drag on what appears to be an unfiltered Camel cigarette.
HOLLYWOOD--God bless America, and how's everybody? President Obama and Mitt Romney debated to a tie on Tuesday night. The president pleased Democrats with his aggressiveness and Mitt Romney pleased Republicans by making no mistakes. They say in Arkansas a tie is like kissing your sister, it's just that good. The Nobel Committee awarded the Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union Friday in Stockholm. Americans did walk away with one of the big awards. This ...
Needed three towels to wipe down my living room after the vice presidential wrestling match, er, debate the other day. The sweat flung off both the bottom names of the campaign bumper stickers was so thick on the Centre College stage, it shot right through television screens onto viewers at home.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody? Mitt Romney met with the Reverend Billy Graham at his home in North Carolina last Thursday. The meeting was only partially successful. Billy Graham agreed to help Mitt Romney get elected president, but he refused to move the Garden of Eden to St. Louis. Lindsay Lohan announced in Variety Friday that she's endorsing Mitt Romney for U.S. president, citing his employment record. She is in her twenties, ...
In the 1967 film, "A Guide for the Married Man," a worldly businessman, played by Walter Matthau, takes a younger man, portrayed by Robert Morse, under his wing to teach him how to cheat on his wife. In one scenario, Matthau's character describes how a philandering husband should always deny his adultery, even when caught in the act. To illustrate this point, a skit is enacted wherein a man, played by Joey Bishop, is caught by his wife, in bed with his mistress.
Those were my cheers you heard coming from the Left Coast last Wednesday night. I watched the Romney-Obama debate at my home in L.A., where I could hear the gasps and sobs of the creative community get louder and louder as Mitt came out swinging and never let up. That wasn't a debate. It was "The Great Debacle" -- and everyone who watched it for three minutes knew Kid Romney was winning every round on ...
The White House is downplaying an alleged breach of its computer systems by state-sponsored Chinese hackers. I caught up with a computer whiz I know - his online name is "Sleep with the Phishes" - to gain insight.
Whew! I need to catch my breath. I can't keep up with the quickly shifting journalistic conventional wisdom.
Last week, when Bill Clinton said President Obama should allow people to keep their health-insurance coverage - an early attempt to distance Hillary and himself from ObamaCare - I began to worry that the Clintons may be serious about another run at the White House.
"The holiday turkey sure looks grand this year," Dick Cheney said. "Why don't we go around the table and say what we're thankful for?"
The heck is going on here, people? Did someone drop the flag signaling the start of the 2016 presidential election race in secret? Was there a furtive whispered "go now" left on the voice mail of all the major players in the 202 area code? Thirty-six months before the election? Is it possible to earn extra credit by skipping this one and moving right on to 2020?
Half a century ago, Sid Davis was the first journalist to learn John Kennedy had died. Instead of breaking the biggest news story in the world, he waited because he wanted to make sure he was right. It is hard to image a journalist making the same choice nowadays amid our modern cacophony of inaccurate reporting, but perhaps Davis has something to teach us.