On NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Friday, comedienne Joan Rivers said Abraham Lincoln was gay. This came seconds after the 79-year-old woman said she had sex with the 16th president using a vulgar word that begins with an "F"
MSNBC's Toure Neblett made an extremely controversial statement on Friday's The Cycle. "If Adam Lanza had walked into a black public school in this mythical South Brooklyn or in the Southside of Chicago, we would probably not be having a sustained national conversation about... -
If Good Morning America's giddiness over the prospect that Hillary Clinton might run for president is any indication of how the MSM will treat the story, it's gonna be a long-g-g-g four years. The excited GMA crew was looking for any harbinger--from falling meteorites to the number of... -
Mark Thompson, the New York Times Co. chief executive, was director-general of the British Broadcasting Corporation when a BBC news program into a massive child-sex abuse scandal involving veteran network entertainer Jimmy Savile was abruptly squashed. Uncertainty lingers as to just what (and when)... -
Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world on Monday morning by announcing he would resign at the end of February. For Catholics, there was sorrow and there was gratitude for a Holy Father who taught with such distinction and worked with such care to safeguard the church’s theological... -
"I don't think the president will be hands off on immigration for any moment in time," Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.) said. Read more...
Via the Sweetness & Light blog, there’s this hilarious AP headline: “Unyielding GOP politicians doing what voters ask.” AP wants them to ignore the voters? You almost have to applaud AP for noticing that the conservative “obstructionists” in the House were... -
By demanding Senate Democrats act first on major legislation, the House Speaker may help Republicans win back the upper chamber. Read more...