Oh, if only the winds had blown in a new direction we could have enjoyed Weinerdom for years to come.
I said it once and I'll say it again: We're all freaky and Anthony Weiner just exposed his freaky-ism in the wrong way.
After more than 500 nominations, the American Mustache Institute (AMI) today announced 21 finalists and opened voting for the 2011 Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year award.
There is an argument to be made that when candidates run solely for the sake of entertainment (their own entertainment or ours) they distract us from discussing the real issues that matter, with the candidates that will ultimately matter.
It is not like me to write negative rants about individuals, so I will stop at the title and do what the whole world should do: "Move along, people, t...
At this point, there are only a few holdouts left on the sidelines, as most of the bigwigs (and some decidedly "smallwigs") have made their intentions known.
Because I'm trying to include simply everybody, this will necessarily have to be a very wide (and not very deep) look at all the possible candidates.
From an admitted madam running for Governor, to a wrestling mogul trying to body-slam her way into the U. S. Senate, 2010 may just go down in history as a year with some of the wackiest candidates ever.
We're a generation willing to mobilize for satire with a purpose. And now that the second season of Jersey Shore has ended, there are hardly any excuses left for students not to complain that the tuition is too damn high!
Mr. McMillan, you have inspired my one-hundred-and-seven children and I to work towards our black belt in Karate. Our house rattles as we yell "Hi-Ya!" And we are ready to fight the taxers and landlords of the night.
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If this week's New York gubernatorial debate was your first introduction to Jimmy McMillan and his Rent is Too Damn High Party, then I hate to tell you, but you're, sort of, you know, late to the party.
New York finally got a gubernatorial debate. Carl Paladino was the weakest performer -- no small achievement in a field that included Jimmy McMillan of the "Rent Is Too Damn High" party and ex-madam Kristen Davis.