The campaign may have lost its funniest candidate, but we'll never lose laughs we had along the way.
As Americans woke up from Thanksgiving break, we were faced with the repercussions of multiple horrific pepper sprayings. The rise of Newt Gingrich wa...
The president's stock is rising as he has stepped up his reelection efforts. And, barring another economic set back, his chances of winning a second term are improving. Meanwhile, with a month to go before the Iowa Caucuses, the Republicans are stumbling badly.
Like inevitable nominees before him, Romney will be forced to choose someone far too conservative for the general electorate as his running mate to keep his base happy.
What's surprising, and inexplicable, is why someone with a walk-in closet full of skeletons would run for high office, thereby putting at grave risk his family, career and reputation. The only answer that makes any sense is hubris. And a massive dose of it.
Our society operates on the unspoken principle that biology is destiny. We tell ourselves that men just can't help it. We convince ourselves that the dominant male hormone is to be blamed -- not men themselves.
I did not have an affair with Herman Cain. There I've said it. I have not been having an affair with Herman Cain for a long time; many years, in fact. And yes, saying it does provide closure.
No matter what direction the process goes, or how many redundant debates the electorate can endure, the results will be less than stellar.They leave us with but one possible conclusion. There is not a single person among the current Republican hopefuls worthy of the presidency.
If Romney fails to win the nomination, it could be disastrous for the country, for the Republican Party and even for the Obama presidency. Let me take these one at a time.
Herman Cain has once again been accused . . . this time of having an extra-marital affair. He has denied it. The media is a flurry with the revelation...
Bachmann and Paul have undeniable electability issues, Santorum is barely worth mentioning, and Huntsman is too sane, considerate, well informed, capable on the issues, rational, analytical, thoughtful, and Mormon to have a chance. That leaves only the dumb one.
Dear Funster, I am writing to encourage you to stick out the campaign and not just because it's fun to watch you vamp when all kinds of things are ...
There's only one thing that can actually make Newt Gingrich's history of marital infidelity seem trite, and its name is Herman Cain. The man who gave us bad pizza and an even cheesier tax overhaul plan is once again at the center of a new sex scandal.
I do not know if Herman Cain ever cheated with Atlanta businesswoman Ginger White. But this much I do know: the worse the personal behavior, the better the song.
All these debates have really turned into is a showboating contest to see who can be the most conservative. We are really only watching to see who is going to make the next predictable folly, gaffe or boring remark.