The Bachelor's producers found out they needed a decent, authentic man with complex emotions and a penchant for real commitment to generate renewed interest in the show.
Presidents Lincoln and Obama notwithstanding, aren't we supposed to grade Illinois politicians on a curve? They get an asterisk next to their names like steroid-filled baseball players.
It's time for an A-Rod-like press conference but with some substantive answers and a set of assurances about Burris' political future.
What have we heard from Bobby Rush lately as Burris amends his increasingly unbelievable denial of pay to play?
There is nothing about Burris that isn't contrary to nature, reason, or common sense -- ridiculous local political hack who posts his resume on his own mausoleum.
Bill Powell had a chance to tell us about how decent people can be so easily depraved by going into politics. Instead, he ended up selling for cheap the little intimate information about Blago he had.
"...and here you are, sir: hamburger, medium-rare, and fries. You're sure you don't want anything to drink?"
Blagojevitis involves a cognitive confusion over the two great scandal-suppression techniques all public figures learn: "deny, deny, deny," and "confess, apologize, and move on."
Lightnin' Rod Blagojevich has decided to go all self-righteous sob sister and tell some sordid tales of legislative life that are almost as demented as an episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County.
Everyone must stay as individually dedicated to the collectively desired goal as the hero through whom we channel so much hope.
There is a term in used in yoga teachings, originating from Buddhism, called Monkey Mind. When a person jumps from thought to thought like a monkey j...
Are Republicans suddenly ahead of the curve in terms of new media? Have they taken any strides forward in organizing?
As the Illinois Senate considered the impeachment of Rod Blagojevich, the embattled governor went on an extensive media blitz - 17 interviews in 48 ho...
It's no contest. Rod Blagojevich's corruption is way more entertaining than Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe's. We tend to care about people who are, one way or another, like ourselves.