Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Biden's motorcade was in yet another accident late Sunday, this time in Vancouver. Skating champ Peggy Fleming and bobsled star Vonetta Flowers sustained 'minor injuries.' From now on, let's just roll him around in a wad of bubble wrap. [NYT]
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Pop crooner John Mayer, embroiled in controversy after saying the n-word in a Playboy interview, apparently broke down on stage last night, apologized for his careless words, and said that he's quitting 'the media game.'
Is he going to quit being a douche?
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Barack Obama held a press conference today. While the availability may have assuaged concerns about the press' unprecedented lack of access to Obama, it did nothing to allay concerns that he calls on that jerk Chuck Todd too much.
Chris Matthews Monday went on a twelve minute attack on former Alaska governor Sarah Palin that should make his fellow MSNBCers and the liberal blogosphere quite happy.
Here's how Monday's "Hardball" began:
Can a palm reader be president? What do we think of kids in school who write stuff on their hands to get through a test? What do we think of a would-be political leader who does it to look like she`s speaking without notes? What do we think of Sarah Palin this weekend answering pre-screened questions from a like-minded audience in Nashville, a tea party convention, and still having to put a cheat sheet on her palm to answer what she calls the basics of her beliefs? How can someone presume to be auditioning for president when they can`t even answer questions they know are coming?
Monday, February 8, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
That someone who has made her whole career off of trials, and cameras in trials would try and keep the cameras out of her trial.in reference to: http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/tv-host-nancy-grace-taped-court-desposition-judge/story?id=9673094 (view on Google Sidewiki)
Monday, February 1, 2010
New data from the Highway Loss Data Institute finds that laws requiring hands-free devices for cell phones don't change accident rates.
Scott Brown said Sunday that he would work with President Obama on pocketbook issues like $33 billion in tax cuts to businesses that hire. But he sees no future for the healthcare reform bill.