After years of trying to connect with new shoppers, the retailer’s planned new Manhattan steakhouse, “Makers and Merchants,” represents a return to its core customers.
And about 15% attended the same high school.
Conservative leader Tony Abbott was elected Prime Minister in Saturday’s elections and the internet had lots of opinions about it.
A shift from offense to defense in the culture war. “We’re not some sort of moral majority in American culture,” says Moore.
If Cumulus ends up dropping Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, the conservative talk radio hosts could lose access in Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, and Washington, D.C., at least temporarily.
Rex Elsass built a Republican empire on his faith. But he found himself battling his closest allies over his immortal soul.
“It’s a circular firing squad that Republicans are famous for, we’re eating our young,” Gabriel says. Rubio versus the Breitbartians.
American Bridge’s tome. “I don’t think there’s been a knockout blow,” says his biographer.
Last week, Ben Howe was pilloried by some in the conservative blogosphere for writing for BuzzFeed. Now he offers a tribute to the right’s vibrant online community.
Grand OLD Party.
She is certainly not for turning.
The latest Tea Party–inspired project isn’t even finished, but it already looks pretty bad. RedState editor Ben Howe on his movement’s struggle to produce quality art and entertainment. [Updated]
Walters clears up the rumors that have the show’s co-host being pushed out because of her conservative opinions.
The conservative radio star blames insults to his intelligence and a “fear and panic” strategy rolled out by Democrats, Republicans and the media in response to proposed spending cuts.
A senior editor with the conservative website The Daily Caller compared the Texas senator’s influence on the Hagel confirmation to that of MoveOn.org during General David Petraeus’ 2007 report to Congress on the situation in Iraq.
It’s tough… but hey, somebody’s gotta have some sense.
“Do the Harlem Shake.”
Conservative columnist John Podohretz demonstrates trolling at its finest.
BuzzFeed’s Ben Smith and Michael Hastings joined Piers Morgan to break down the Wisconsin recall Wednesday. “I think this really elevated [Walker] to be kind of a folk hero on the right. I think you’ll see him with a big role at the convention,” Smith said on the panel.
Thank goodness for the apprehension part, not so much the BuzzFeed user part. Luka Rocco Magnotta, on the run after murdering and eating a man, was finally arrested in an internet cafe in Berlin. Also, he posted bare-assed photos of himself on our website.
Not even kidding. This is the almost too-ghoulish-to-be-true story of Luka Rocco Magnotta, currently wanted by Interpol for murdering, eating and dismembering a man — all on video — then mailing the body parts to Canadian politicians. WARNING: Graphic details.
Do not mess with Jon Stewart. That is all. (via thedailyshow.com)
Republican Presidential Rick Santorum in 2008 thought Sarah Palin was the “Clarence Thomas of Feminists.” The former Senator compared the Palin to the Supreme Court Justice saying feminists didn’t support Palin because they were liberals first, and feminists second.
Depends who you ask. But sorry Rick, Ron Paul is way more conservative than liberal Democrats.
Romney reminds conservative activists 24 times that he’s one of them. That’s just a bit more than usual.
With a little Rick Perry for seasoning! Here are the testiest excerpts from the contentious exchange between Rick Perry and Ron Paul during last night’s New Hampshire debate, presented in comic strip format, taken directly from ABC’s transcripts.
The late Kit Gingrich was pretty awesome.
Conservative commentator Laura Ingraham dropped by The Today Show to disapprove of the show’s Summer Concert Series lineup and to make Matt Lauer feel bad for getting excited about Rihanna and Britney’s kiss. Watch Video ›