This week Bibi Netanyahu addressed Congress; President Obama extended the Patriot Act for another four years; prosecutors moved another step closer to indicting John Edwards for misusing campaign funds to cover up his affair with Rielle Hunter; and Newt Gingrich scrambled to reconcile his claims of being "very frugal" with his $500,000 revolving line of credit at Tiffany. Meanwhile, in a political version of The Hangover sequel, the GOP's leadership, drunk on Tea (Party), did something wild and crazy -- creating a plan to gut and privatize Medicare, and pressuring elected Republicans to vote for it -- only to wake up in New York's 26th District with a pounding morning-after headache. If Democrats don't provide a cure by agreeing to deep cuts in Medicare as part of a deal to raise the government's debt ceiling, this GOP hangover could last until November 2012.
One day, I stepped off the treadmill and picked up the phone. I didn't even know what I was doing. But I found myself calling a publication that had left a voicemail about Rielle Hunter. I was going to confirm the affair.
While much has been written about the National Enquirer's scoop, the key element of how Edwards was caught has never been told -- until now.
I don't know why but I'm riveted by the fact that John Edwards was by his ex-wife's bedside.
Sarah Ferguson takes blood money and the whole thing is captured on tape. Must be time to go on Oprah! What a spectacle these sit-downs with Oprah are...
In this episode of The Hazel Jones Show, Hazel speaks her mind on Arizona's new immigration bill, the White House Correspondents' Dinner, Rielle Hunter, and Sandra Bullock.
As the media elite gathered in Washington to rub elbows with President Obama at the White House Correspondents Dinnee, a dark cloud that was gathering under their feet had already started to dissipate.
An adrenaline rush makes you feel powerful, bulletproof and invincible. Power, fame, money and capturing sexy women all supply it.
When they met in law school and married, she had an $11 wedding ring and they went to Wendy's for their anniversary. How do things change from a bright and cheery wedding day into unhappiness and misery?
Yesterday, I announced my newest nominee for Gross Baboon of the Year with the news of Jesse James and his uber-skank Michelle "Bombshell" McGee (a.k...
Given Rielle Hunter's upbringing, it's no wonder the recent GQ interview exposes her as a new-aged, solipsistic space cadet.
HuffPost editor Roy Sekoff appeared on "The Joy Behar Show" Tuesday along with Fran Drescher to discuss Rielle Hunter's interview with GQ and the sent...
Despite my fashion allergy, that someone thought to credential me for Aspen Fashion Week has piqued my interest enough that I might just pick up my laminate and attend an event or two.
As emergency rooms across the country overflowed with people who had unwittingly opened the latest GQ and seen the Hunter photos, fresh concerns were raised over the existence of a sex tape.
Elizabeth Edwards was a primary player in this modern Shakespearean tragedy where no one has been spared, with Rielle Hunter the victor of a man not worth the sacrifices.
Rielle Hunter claims that John Edwards used 'star 69' to call her back the first night they met. Well, I called that hotel and it doesn't have caller ID or 'star 69' capabilities on the phones.