Reality TV creator/producer Terence Michaels (VH1's Shooting Sizemore and Showtime's I Can't Believe I'm Still Single) is ready to turn on the cameras -- and ready the &$#!@% expletive beeper:
Blago seems to be auditioning for a remake of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, casting himself as James Stewart's naïve and embattled senator. I recommend a different role that's tailor-made for him.
Impeachment is a serious process. Briefly, it means that an elected public servant is so bad that he/she should be removed from office before his/h...
Somehow Palin's speaking pattern, upswept hair, glasses and supreme self-confidence electrified the body politic. Love or fear her, she and her small-town ways could not be ignored.
Watching Blago, the narcissistic, wacko windbag it's been pretty hard to avoid that creeping, familial feeling of rage, shame and scalding irritation.
Supporters of Burris liked to point out that when Lon Monk took Burris's call, Monk was no longer working for Blagojevich. The tapes show otherwise.
If only he had invoked Caesar from the start, instead of civil rights heroes whose legacies are so sacred to so many, perhaps he could go down more gracefully (or at least less offensively).
Over the last few days there has been no better public spectacle and political theater in the Roman Forum of our cultural life, 2009, than the Governor's Sherman-like march across the media landscape.
The Bush Administration's DOT succeeded in knocking a sizeable hole in Illinois' ban on pay-to-play deals that the state Senate had attempted to pass in the wake of the Blagojevich scandal.
I've always thought that it took a certain kind of psychopathy to succeed in business. The bigger the nut, the better he or she does, pretty much.
For shame, America, impeach a guy over extramarital oral sex, but not waterboarding?
Even with a new Barack Obama presidential glow emanating out of the White House, I can't shake the disturbing sensation that the trio of governors we'...
I know that rooting for Blago is like rooting for Gargamel to find Smurf Village. I'm not proud of my Blago fandom; I'm a prisoner of it.
Today, after being impeached by the Illinois House, the Senate is hearing evidence to remove Rod Blagojevich, which it will probably do in the next few days.