When you look at it today, "Live From New York," Tom Shales' and James Miller's seminal oral history of "Saturday Night Live," is clearly missing one ...
Read Whole Story
The fortunate among us are comfortable alright, but becoming increasingly uncomfortable, if you catch my drift. It's us nasty poor people. Again.
I'm not saying my comedy is singly responsible for the changing political tide, just that no one ever really can know what changes the course of history.
What did she know, when did she know it, and why didn't she BENGHAZI!!!!
It's important to know what you don't know about just how crazy Ted Cruz really is.
We've got two Obamacare-specific tales which are very short indeed, and then two non-Obamacare scenarios to make both Democrats and Republicans run screaming into the night.
resident Barack Obama has recently vacated his protective plastic bubble and moved into a much larger and more secure geodesic dome.
Who says manufacturing is dead in America? We manufacture debt limit crisis right here at home every few months. Good to know not everything is outsourced and made overseas.
I see a wonderful future on the horizon. Our seasoned "team" of "reporters" will continue to make stuff up in the highest tradition of modern "journalism."
As Dr. Strange Cruz and his minions take the helm of the USS U.S. and steer us through the Rapids of Shutdown over the Falls of Default, I can't help but marvel in the strategery of it all.
With the virality of her hit "We Can't Stop," we knew this was how we needed to get millennial attention and stir dialogue.
Inspired by the gallant stand of their idol Ted Cruz, the Patriot Brothers explain why every real American should take health care into his own hands.
Poor little Ivan had drawn the short toothpick in the kitchen and had to tell the President of the Russian Federation that Barack cancelled lunch with him.
There are no right or wrong answers to this quiz, no grades or scoring. No polygraph test will be administered at this time.
Lately, I seem to hear and read a lot about how some people wish America would return to the "way it was." I thought long and hard about this and decided next time I hear that, I'm going to ask the person to be more specific.
Greetings, from behind the "Tinseltown Curtain." This is a series about life in the media capital of the world, Hollywould'vecould'veshould've. Befor...
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day..