Maureen Dowd's virulent critique of Bob Dylan makes one wonder, where has she been in all of this? China's "harshest crackdown on artists, lawyers, writers and dissidents in a decade" didn't just start this weekend.
Did you know that, during the flare-up over a possible shutdown of the government, Maureen Dowd was yelling at Bob Dylan for blowing our best chance to finally shame China into doing something about its terrible record on human rights? It's all shocking and true.
An email written by a brother of Kappa Sigma gives his fraternity instructions on how to have sex with girls, encouraging treating women in a derogatory manner. The fraternity is apologizing like crazy, but let's be real: This stuff happens all the time.
Sarah Palin is now our nation's only full-time professional duelist. She fights with everyone. Her entire post-quitting career is centered on petty flame wars, most of which she starts, and all of which make the media talk about her.
Sarah Palin and Marilyn Monroe in the same breath? Huh? I can understand that people might associate Palin with something Hollywoodish, but the Hollywood character that Sarah Palin brings to mind is not Monroe.
Is Cornel West's Obama unhappiness a reflection of the Black Community's sentiments generally, or the indulgences of an academic with the trappings of the Ivy League providing a parlor room for his political musings.