The 8 challengers for his mantle didn't just break the Gipper's 11th Commandment this week, "Thou shall not speak ill of other Republicans," they stomped on it with football cleats and shoved it down a sewer grate with a broken rake handle.
Rarely does an audience laugh and cry during the same movie. Yet that's what happened at a Chicago International Film Festival prescreening of The Way.
NFL players were all rejoicing that they could go back to work. One problem. Many of them got fired. OK, not fired, but cut. Teams all over the NFL will be getting rid of players to clear salary cap room.
If your summer reading includes Ron Chernow's MASSIVE George Washington: A Life, you're going to need some relief, aren't you? Here are a few biographies that are sometimes edifying and a bit more, uhhh, recreational.
Today's the last hope for NBA players to avoid a lockout. It's expected that tomorrow, basketball players will join football players on the outside looking in.
Here's a question that arises from the John Edwards case: How many other politicians have owed the kind of secret political debt that he did? It wasn't inevitable that Edwards' secret would come out. Other secrets haven't.
So all in all, it was a week like no other and underscored the fact that women should be handed the reins more often than not.
What's the deal with male politicians these days? Have they lost their minds? Guys, they're giving all us men a bad name. And with Charlie Sheen still on the loose, we need the negative publicity the way a platypus needs another spiny knob at the end of its tail.
Thirty years ago, I was a young radical lesbian feminist separatist quite fevered about taking down the patriarchy. I'm still on it. Who knew the guys would be such a big help?
The red carpet was true blue and the night officially Rökk'd but those attending the recent 22nd annual GLAAD Media Awards were genuinely moved by the heroic efforts the famed organization has executed over the last 25 years.
With little fanfare and certainly to no surprise here, Trump on Monday officially announced that he will not be running for president.
I wish liberals would get off their high horses and let go of their quaint little idea that there is some sort of conspiracy against the working class. There is no conspiracy. We are getting reamed in a very public way.
The Republicans may have a big problem on their hands as Donald Trump explores a presidential bid. With his increasingly bizarre statements, he seems more like the business world's answer to Charlie Sheen than a potential president.
Yanni never imagined he'd ever be a part of a Charlie Sheen sandwich, but that's exactly where he found himself last Saturday night.
"Regardless of how erratic, irrational, self-defeating and self-destructive a person's behavior, somewhere in their mixed up mind, it is in the servic...