John Fugelsang should replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. Now that Jon Stewart of The Daily Show is planning to leave, there is much speculation as to who will take his place. For my money, John Fugelsang stands out as the best choice.
We pride ourselves on knowing all kinds of Sapphic pop-culture facts. Each week we share some of the best tidbits on The Huffington Post in our series "Best Lesbian Week Ever." Here's who and what was on our raging gay radar this week.
Stephanie Miller and Bill Press have offered an explanation. Stephanie admitted that she hadn't done her research and called herself a "bad gay." They have both pledged to drop the Salvation Army sponsorship and donate all funds already raised to the Trevor Project.
There are many elements responsible for this crumbling of Girl Power, but let me start by putting blame squarely on the media for its hiring of and pandering to female pundits and commentators who seem hell bent on competing with the worst of the guys.
If Current has hopes to evolve away from being the fringe network that it is and connect with a larger mainstream audience, firing a talented pro like Keith and replacing him with a non-professional broadcaster like Eliot Spitzer was probably a bad move.
With talk radio almost uncontested, too many of today's conservative talkers take advantage of the fact that if you tell a lie big enough, people will believe it. Is it any wonder that large numbers of Americans still think the president is a Muslim or a foreigner or worse?
When the country is going through hard times, comedy becomes more popular. So it's little surprise that in a recession, Stephanie Miller and her shock troops of comedy are being swarmed by those in need of a laugh.
If you liked what Rep. Alan Grayson had to say about the Republican Party's plan for healthcare reform, you're going to love the blunt jabs he took at "the Party of Richard Nixon" on this week's Face the Grayson.