Results tagged with 'scandal'
Published July 1, 2014
For more than a year now, the conservative outrage machine has had its sights squarely on the Internal Revenue Service. I mean, among other things; the conservative outrage machine is an accomplished multi-tasker, so the IRS has had to compete with Benghazi and Fast and Furious and the machine's continuing surprise that a U.S. president enjoys golf.
Published Jan. 3, 2014
I decided to make a resolution I can actually keep, which is to use and watch Netflix this winter. See y'all in the spring.
Published Jan. 2, 2014
I undoubtedly spend more time watching TV than any other activity in my life. So as the calendar changes to another year, I found myself reflecting on the past year of my TV viewing.
Published July 29, 2013
A little harmless fun online doesn't seem quite serious enough to derail a political career. If everybody knows what's going on and nobody raises a stink except the media, then I agree with Weiner when he says he thinks New Yorkers will focus more on his message than on this other stuff.
Published July 11, 2013
What if sleazy Milwaukee politicians and notables tried to make a comeback, a la New York's Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner?
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Herman Cain, who has risen to the top of GOP presidential contenders with his popular "Soak the Poor" proposal for a 9% federal sales tax, has now been accused by three unidentified women ( hereinafter noted as A,B and C) of sexual harrassment while C...
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