Saturday, March 10, 2007
Hillary Repeats Herself Way Too Much
German Couple Wants To Legalize Incest
Higher Minimum Wage Equals Less Economic Freedom
New Orleans Records 37th Murder of 2007
Coulter Bashers Use The 'F-word' Too
Madonna's Ex-Nanny To Expose All In New Book
Democrat Senator Calls Leftwing Activists "Idiot Liberals"
Friday, March 09, 2007
Rosie O'Donnell says she began being treated for depression after the Columbine shootings and hangs upside down for up to a half-hour a day to improve her mental state. During a taping of The View to air Friday she said:
"I couldn't stop crying," she said on an episode taped for ABC's "The View" and due to air Friday. "I stayed in my room. The lights were off. I couldn't get out of bed and that's when I started taking medication."
Anyone concerned about the stigma of taking medication for depression should know that "it saved my life," she said.
When she began taking antidepressants, O'Donnell, 44, said she began yoga and "inversion therapy," where she hangs upside down by a swing for 15 to 30 minutes a day. She demonstrates it on "The View."
O'Donnell said she also has seasonal affective disorder, often called SAD, the wintertime blues that can strike when the days grow short. SAD is characterized by recurrent major depressive episodes during the fall and winter.
Ok, so that explains why she's such a racist bitch and a stupid bully who thinks that writing in haiku makes her deep. Then too the thought of her hanging upside down makes me worry about the floor.
Thursday, March 08, 2007
Wednesday, March 07, 2007
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So conservative columnist Ann Coulter is catching a lot of flak for the Left (to be expected) and the Right (not expected) for daring to make a reference towards John Edwards sexuality (and yeah, he's married with kids, but so was Jim McGreevey) during a speech she made at the recent CPAC. The same John Edwards who had no problem hiring a couple of Christian-bashing liberals to help run his campaign blog recently. The same John Edwards who screams about poverty while living in a $6 million-dollar mansion. The same John Edwards who lashes at a war in Iraq that he voted for. But because of Ms. Coulter that's all old news now.
Well, not only do I say "Get Over It!" (esp. since Coulter's not a politician, but a political pundit), but what startles me is how the reaction in this latest Coulter brouhaha once again shows how even conservatives can be quick to fall into the trap of liberal hypocrisy. After all, Coulter never actually called Edwards a "faggot". At best, she implied it. And if Bill Maher can get away with "implying" that Dick Cheney should die, than what's the big deal about Coulter's "joke"? Then too, not including those leftwing nuts who literally hate her existence (pretty much the same way I feel about Rosie O'Donnell), conservatives should long be well aware of Coulter's use of wit and satire to spark humor, which even if some don't like (or get) at times, it's nowhere near the consistent incendiary, hateful darts hurled by liberal pundits towards conservatives. Even more reason for Coulter's (who mostly received applause during her speech) gutsy approach to politics to be praised rather than dissed by the side she speaks for.
Yet, some conservatives (led, in part, by an obviously jealous Michelle Malkin, supporter of Japanese internment and race hater Ward Connerly) are ready to hurl Coulter to the wolves. Nevermind the fact that Coulter's joke was obviously in reference to the recent raucous of liberal p.c. surrounding "Grey's Anatomy" actor Isiah Washington's sudden need for rehab after he dared to hurl the supposedly anti-gay f-word at a co-star.
But Coulter's remark makes all the news while Maher's barely gets press. But that's to be expected if you have any idea of the power of the liberal press. What wasn't expected is so many so-called conservatives falling for liberal hypocrisy to the point that they'd turn their backs on one of their own.
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Monday, March 05, 2007
NEW YORK (CBS)- It doesn't look like Rudy Giuliani's two children will have a role in his presidential campaign. According to press reports, the GOP frontrunner's third marriage has alienated his son,
Andrew, 21, and daughter, Caroline, 18, from their father.
Giuliani's 21-year-old son, Andrew, told the New York Times that he would be too busy working on his golf game to participate in his father's presidential campaign.
"There's obviously a little problem that exists between me and his wife," the younger Giuliani told the newspaper. "And we're trying to figure that out. But as of right now it's not working as well as we would like."
Giuliani's marriage to his third wife, Judith Nathan, followed his divorce from Donna Hanover, the mother of Andrew and Caroline.
In 2000, Giuliani announced during a live TV interview that he planned to divorce Hanover. She responded by publicly accusing Giuliani of adultery.