A judge has ruled that cheaper drinks for women at bars don’t discriminate against men. Well, not straight men, anyway. The suit was filed by an attorney named Roy Den Hollander, who is described as a “crusader against feminism.” What a misguided moron. Any man who’s ever been to a bar on “ladies night” will […]

Too bad this woman doesn’t know anybody with a lot of money who could help her out of this jam: Oprah Winfrey’s mother should not have to pay a high-end fashion store the more than $150,000 it says it is owed because the store extended credit despite knowing her troubles managing debt, according to a […]

Am I just in a bad mood, or is this video kind of disturbing? Normally, kids singing are cute, but these kids appear to be brainwashed and in training for future service in Der Messiah’s answer to the Sturmabteilung: Update: You too can sing for Obama!

The slow death of print continues… The New York Sun, which began publication seven years ago as a more conservative alternative to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, printed its last newspaper this morning. Too bad, but inevitable. Many, many others will follow. The Sun’s problem was that they began publication right around […]

There has been an overdose of seriousness today (though there’s no better news for America than the sight of seriously disappointed liberals) which begs for a sorbet of sorts. Here are the Mystery Science Theater 3000 guys watching and commenting on a short instructional film called “What to do on a date”:

The audacity of hope we can bereave in: Barack Obama’s campaign earlier this month sought to find a rape victim to appear in a campaign commercial, according to an e-mail obtained by Politico. Hey, is Juanita Broaddrick camera ready? Just trying to help.

Stay bent over, America — and remember, resisting only makes it hurt more: Organized labor wants Congress to add to any bailout plan more protections for workers’ pensions battered by the market meltdown. James Hoffa, president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, whose second-biggest pension plan covers more than 200,000 retirees and has racked up […]

Michael Ramirez sums it up: (h/t Lucianne)

Today’s column at WorldNetDaily is about the “bailout” plan and who the big winner from this mess really is. The conventional wisdom on the Republican side of the aisle says that John McCain’s decision to suspend his campaign to return to the Senate to work on the bailout plan was a brilliant move. I disagree […]

…Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank and Harry Reid are grinning ear to ear. Either they just found out they just found out that facelifts will be covered under a national health plan, it’s considered ethical to accept windfall on the sale of property you don’t own as a gratuity for political favors, and gay prostitution has […]

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