Trump is an affront to my values and sense of decency. Why on earth would I want him to succeed?
Author: Michelle Togut
Carrie Fisher was so much more than Princess Leia.
Reflections on Anya von Bremzen’s memoir of “food and longing.”
Have the Republicans had any new ideas since St. Reagan?
Just because you like Van Halen doesn’t mean your cat does.
Wherein Roger Ailes capitulates to The Donald, offering up Kelly as a human sacrifice.
Proving once again that they just don’t get women, Pennsylvania’s college Republicans produce one of the most insulting political ads of the season
The fine folks at Fox News apparently believe that President Obama hasn’t been sufficiently Reagan-esque in his reaction to the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
As if to prove that they want to give women as many reasons as possible not to vote for them, members of the Republican Strategy Committee explained their latest voter outreach plan last week.
Michelle Togut dissects “America: Imagine the World Without Her,” Dinesh D’Souza’s latest attempt to “re-right” American history.
In yet another bid to maintain whatever relevance she has left, Ann Coulter takes on soccer fans in her latest column and proves that she knows about as little about the game as she does anything...
Will the Tea Party loss in Mississippi’s runoff turn ugly as the loser refuses to concede?
While I’ve heard some pretty stupid arguments against same-sex marriage, this one from Rick Santorum–he of man-on-dog love fame–strikes me as particularly ridiculous. In an interview with townhall.com, Santorum put forth his latest theory:
In the future, we will all be adjuncts of one kind or another.
Little known Tea Party candidate David Brat knocked off House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in tonight’s Virginia primary. According to Salon, Cantor spent $5 million dollars to retain his seat, while his opponent spent a...
Sweet lessons learned over several seasons of picking and preserving fruit: a primer with pictures.
A few old white guy members of the Michigan Republican party decided that they could show empathy to women voters by pretending to read a few glossy fashion magazines: http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/michigan-republicans-women-s-magazines
The FCC is preparing to send monitors into newsrooms across America, threatening the First Amendment rights of journalists everywhere. Or maybe not. Kevin Drum has the story here. I know I shouldn’t be amazed...
They were born two months apart. He grew up in a three-room apartment in Leningrad during the Brezhnev era. She came of age in the stucco suburbs of sunny 1970s Southern California. How two people from opposite universes met, fell in love, and managed to stay married despite, or perhaps because of, their cultural differences.
Michelle and The Russian return to their old stomping grounds in the Pacific Northwest to pick blackberries and contemplate their gypsy past.