Group: Allowing same-sex marriages ‘will be beneficial to society, as a whole’
Why GOProud was barred from sponsorship in the first place depends on who you ask
‘While I’m flattered by the interest, it is not something I’m considering at this time’
Larry Flynt tells TheDC: ‘I’m able to publish this because of the Supreme Court’
Magazine Photoshopped conservative commentator performing a sex act
‘It’s about time the candidates started acknowledging the relevance of social networking’
‘On so many levels she’s a perfect demonstration of the necessity of the work Planned Parenthood does’
Sarah Palin indirectly calls Rick Santorum a ‘knuckle-dragging neanderthal’ for his comments about her ditching CPAC for ‘business opportunities’ and to take care of her kids
S.E. Cupp blasts Chris Matthews and MSNBC, while on the network, for the “disrespectful” election night interview with Michele Bachmann
S.E. Cupp. Joe DioGuardi. 8 tough questions. You know the drill.
Let’s get to know each other a little better. I’ve taken the first step, by answering some of the questions you posted on Twitter. It’s like a conversation, except I’m not really interested in asking you anything.
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
Do I smell a Pulitzer? No wait, that’s just bacon
When “work” means sitting around a table with Susie Essman, Rich Eisen, Dave Foley and Jo Koy, talking about whether sex is the ultimate consolation or if Koreans really do eat dog, as Larry David asserts in the series, I’m not sure we shouldn’t redefine the concept of “a job”
S.E. tries her hand at speech writing for the Commander in Chief
If I weren’t absolutely terrified of Don Imus (and if I could actually understand what he was saying) we might be able to enjoy a beautiful friendship. I like to imagine us watching re-runs of “Silver Spoons” on TV Land, over a pint of Cherry Garcia. We’d occasionally stop to kill a live horse and play with its entrails.
The Daily Caller’s S.E. Cupp and TV’s Andy Levy, who plays ombudsman on Fox’s “Red Eye,” brought a little New York City down to Dover, where they took in a NASCAR race. Steadfast reporters that they are, they put aside their giddy anticipation to answer a few time-honored questions, like: Is Michael Waltrip a boxers or briefs kind of guy? And, What do camouflage suspenders actually camouflage? And finally, What exactly is pit stall etiquette? Spoiler alert! Sitting on the tires is frowned upon.
This week, my mother—out of nowhere—correctly referenced Jersey Shore’s “The Situation” in a sentence. Not that my mom ain’t cool, but it was like watching Martha Stewart rap a few verses of a Lil Wayne song. I didn’t know where I was for a minute
I’ll admit that over the past 30 years I haven’t exactly been an angel. So this seems the perfect chance to offer a mea culpa and a thank you to my mother
In April of 2009, US News & World Report published a list of Obama’s top ‘Ten Faith Moments,’ only a few months into office. Number 7? ‘Joe Biden’s Receiving Ashes on Ash Wednesday.’ Think about that. Somehow, the vice president doing something that millions of Americans do every year is a ‘faith moment’—for Obama!