As recently as a few decades ago, the Hamptons were still saddled with a reputation for snobbish exclusivity.
Kudos to the Obama family. They researched the best breed that fit their family, they consulted Ted Kennedy, who has Portuguese Water Dogs, and they "adopted" a dog that had been returned.
In letting O'Reilly slide by as they did, they enabled this known misogynist to appear before a female audience as a nice-enough guy.
Where's the gravitas? Where are the leaders? This is no time for our most experienced men and women to be on the bench.
It's 2009, and we're living in a changed world. I'm not talking about recessions, I'm talking about Barbara Walters, Sherri Shepherd, Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck recommending vibrators on The View.
The Irrepressible Blagojevich admits to nothing! He concedes nothing! He never stops smiling! And he does all this while reciting poetry!
The loneliest man in Washington during Obama's inauguration ceremonies must have been George W. Bush.
Shelter animals need our help now more than ever! Families can visit the shelter; kids can donate a dog toy and look at all the adorable animals up for adoption!
The more editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich sees of Barack Obama, the more he likes the President-elect. Oddly enough, this turn of events has the Pulitzer Prize winning artist very, very worried.
Last week, during an interview with Barbara Walters, President-Elect Obama made cruel fun of my dog, gratuitously and without any sort of provocation.
Okay, so President-elect Obama, if you ever read this I would like to give you my advice. Please adopt from a city shelter!
Both Christie Brinkley and DIna Matos McGreevey took their marital grievances to the most public forum possible. Brinkley even requested her divorce hearing be made public.
And that's why ABC is including the right-wing hate talker in a primetime special of the year's most fascinating people. Because naturally, in a yea...
The Glamour Women of the Year Awards filled Carnegie Hall with a slew of A-listers from the art world, Hollywood, and Washington, as well as some international activists ready to inspire the audience into...change.
I've coined the term "Double Dutch Feminist" to identify women who are jumping between the Feminist and Conservative rope lines, to their own benefit.
If The View is truly like women friends getting together to chat, discuss, dish -- whatever you want to call it -- Ms. Hasselbeck wouldn't be included.