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Lots of excited commentary on my satiric piece about Chelsea Clinton’s baby.
Why the Upper East Side of Manhattan, perhaps the wealthiest neighborhood in the United States, is getting a massive trash dump in its backyard. More in my Sunday column.
Bonus edition of my Sunday column: a few thoughts on the movie-theater massacre in Colorado. There’s no making sense of the senseless, and there’s no understanding a madman (or preventing future lunacy).
Andrew Breitbart has died at 43. I’m stunned and saddened.
UPDATE: Warm words from his friend Greg Gutfeld. Well put, Greg.
I knew Andrew only slightly; the last time I saw him was at CPAC last year, when I went up to say hello but he was being mobbed by well-wishers and loving every second of [...]
Hilarious Dana Loesch post on the forthcoming “Epic March” from Occupy Wall Street in Manhattan to Washington, D.C. I love a good epic, especially the David Lean ones, but methinks this movie is going to be about as memorable as “Get on the Bus.” Question: How are they going to get through the Lincoln Tunnel? [...]
Amazing, but true: Despite its 3 am timeslot, Greg Gutfeld’s hilarious libertarian comedy yakfest “Red Eye” does better than CNN’s 8 and 9 pm entries and ties Anderson Cooper at 10. After CNN blew, what, $50 million promoting Coop? Gutfeld does it entirely on skill, word of mouth, and Bill Schulz’s devilish good looks. Congrats [...]
But don’t worry….that claim is only coming from a typical right-wing wackjob: The Guardian newspaper.
Former Nixon Girl Diane Sawyer lands a big interview with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. How impressed should we be? More in my TV review.
A Wall Street Journal feature looks at some problems facing Wikipedia, which is losing editors and worried about quality control. I’m a little more worried that writers have started using the phrase, “According to Wikipedia.” If what Wikipedia says isn’t traceable to a credible source, it’s just gossip.
I was pleasantly surprised by the evenhandedness of a documentary on radical lawyer William Kunstler made by his daughters. Kunstler was a character; as a cub reporter at the Post from 1993 to 1996, I quickly learned that four people you could always get on the phone to comment about anything were Kunstler, Trump, Dr. [...]« Previous Entries