Hello all! I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas, a Happy Hanukkah, a Kwanzaa-y Kwanzaa, a Spongeworthy Festivus and a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Solstice. And if I left anyone out, well, I don’t really give a shit.
S.E. Cupp | All Articles
- Subscribe to RSS
S.E. Cupp is author of the brand-spanking-new book “Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity.” She is also co-author of “Why You’re Wrong About The Right,” and a columnist for the New York Daily News and a regular guest on “Hannity,” “Larry King Live,” “Fox & Friends,” “Geraldo,” “Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld,” and others.
Hello all. I hope you’ve been well. I, on the other hand, have some terrible news. It is with great sadness and pain that your humble little diarist tells you that this may just be her last entry.
Well, it’s that time of year again. Deer season opens in New York State this weekend and -- would you believe it -- I have to leave my plush surroundings at The Breakers in West Palm Beach to make it back for that all important first shot at a big, beautiful buck.
Well now that THAT’S over...
Winners and Losers
Sean Bielat is running for Congress in Massachusetts' 4th District. He is an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, a former lieutenant in the U.S. Marines, an independent consultant, and he has served as chairman of the NATO Industrial Armaments Group. He is running against Democratic Rep. Barney Frank.
Charles Lollar is running for Congress in Maryland's 5th District on the Republican ticket. He is a major in the United States Marine Corps Reserves, and serves on the executive board of directors for the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. He is looking to unseat House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer.
Carly Fiorina is running for U.S. Senate in California on the Republican Party ticket. She served as chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard from 1999 to 2005. In 2008, she was an advisor to presidential candidate John McCain. She is running against Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer.
Long time no see, Diary readers! Been busy driving race cars, monitoring my gag reflex during Parker Spitzer, and culling together midterm election interviews for my slave-driver boss at The Daily Caller. (I hope you’ve been enjoying them.) But I’d love to catch you up on what’s been going on in Cuppville.
Joe DioGuardi is running for the U.S. Senate in New York on the Republican ticket against Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand. He is a certified public accountant and formerly represented New York's 20th Congressional district in Congress from 1985 to 1989. He is also the father of former American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi.
Because I’m an ardent NASCAR fan -- and look unquestionably adorable in a firesuit -- I was recently invited to participate in the Stock Car Racing Media Challenge at Pocono Raceway. It meant that I’d get to drive a real race car like the big boys do on Sundays, at top speeds and all by myself.
During my day at Pocono Raceway, I also got a chance to meet a real driver, named Mackena Bell. She’s part of NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity, the industry’s leading development program for minority and female drivers and crew members. She is the 2010 NASCAR Drive for Diversity/Revolution Racing Selected Driver, and the only female selected from 30 participants to earn a position on the K&N Pro Series East Team.
Mike Lee is running for the U.S. Senate in Utah on the Republican Party ticket. He served as an assistant U.S. Attorney in Salt Lake City, was Utah Republican Governor Jon Huntsman Jr.'s general counsel from January 2005 to June 2006, and clerked for Justice Sam Alito at the U.S. Supreme Court. He is now an attorney in private practice.
Rob Portman is running for U.S. Senate in Ohio on the Republican Party ticket, looking to fill the vacancy left by retiring Republican Sen. George Voinovich. He is an attorney and the former director of the Office of Management and Budget under President George W. Bush.
Dear beloved Diary readers,
One of the many benefits of being Italian is that colorful stories from the “old country” trickle over to the states from time to time through relatives, friends and helpful paesani.
The Louisiana shrimping season started this week, sparking some anxious speculation about the impact the BP oil spill will have on the industry, with consumers wondering if their shrimp cocktails will taste suspiciously like their local gas station.
I went to a baby shower for a good friend over the weekend, because I’m a 31-year-old woman and events like this are now requisite. And even though I enjoy them for the most the part, I still always feel like Wilfred Brimley at a Lady Gaga discussion group -- totally out place, talking about “diabet-us” while they’re all going on about papa-papa-razzi.
It’s been a hot and sticky week in New York City. I showed up to a meeting on Tuesday looking like something out of a terrifying Dali painting, my face dripping off and collecting on the table in a puddle of melted wax. My colleague literally watched me lose 2 pounds over the hour I was there. My boobs were actually lactating sweat -- which would be a super trick if I could find a way to lactate beer. Or french fries. Or liquid gold. Might almost be worth the hassle of getting pregnant, minus the weight gain and residual child. At any rate, I feel bad for the war correspondents in the Middle East. Not because they’re in harm’s way, but because keeping their makeup on must be a bitch.