Not voting for Obama because you are afraid is an insult. It's an insult to those who were murdered because of our names and our religion. It's an insult to those of us who came after you.
While McCain now lags in all age groups, he retains his strongest support among voters 65 and older.
I had to chuckle at Silverman's video pitch "The Great Schlep"... her video is so clever, adorable, and so silly that it energized me.
It's a strange but understandable phenomenon of pop culture. When the creators of a beloved character or franchise bring it back to life after a hiatu...
Even if you are still unsure of your path in life, and even if your parents and friends occasionally wonder about you, your grandma and grandpa love you and have faith in you. That is your weapon!
Israelis across the political spectrum, from leftwing actors to retired spy chiefs and generals, are challenging the conventional wisdom that a Republican hawk in the White House would be in their best interests. Their weapon of choice? Online video.
The one issue that surpasses even those that center around civil liberties is the continued existence of the state of Israel.
In the Age of Irony, there is no such thing as just a pig. It's what kind of joke you make about the pig that gets your point across. Its your mega-pig that counts.
A friend sent this to me and I had to repost it. For all of you who are taking Sarah Silverman up on her offer to make The Great Schlep down to Flori...
In sixty years there's never been worse hosts. Suffering through that excruciating opening was like reliving my Uncle Lou's 75th birthday party at Sr. George's Smorgasbord.
Sometime around the inauguration of Bush in 2000, I began to notice that there was not the slightest hint of outrage expressed in or by the media.
We had been led to expect networks to roll over and play dead in the wake of the WGA strike and amid the recession -- but almost all the networks rallied in grand style for Upfronts 2008.
Dear Gawker, I want to thank you for having the testosterone-drenched you-know-whats to say what nobody else, besides Christopher Hitchens and lots of men, will say: women comics suck!
Vanity Fair's "Who Says Women Aren't Funny?" piece was like a fumbled attempt to throw a lampshade over drunk grandpa when the party guests arrived, a year late.
Romeo and Juliet gave each other immortality, Joe gave Marilyn fresh roses forever, Ricky gave Lucy Little Ricky, and Sharon gave Ozzy a career, but Sarah Silverman and Jimmy Kimmel have gone one further.