January 1, 2012
In December he was a man in full, but now Gingrich is fluish and down in the polls. He does promise to keep talking about pets, however.
Last night in Times Square, Cee Lo performed "Imagine." But he sang, "Nothing to kill or die for, And all religion's true" instead of the proper lyrics, which are "Nothing to kill or die for, And no religion too." (Skip to 3:55 to watch the flub, unless you want to see Kathy Griffin in her bra.)
The former mayor, who has said he's supporting Obama, says Paul is "very dangerous." He prefers a Romney-Gingrich ticket.
2011 was a crazy year for Harry Potter fans! It was an end of an era with the end of the Harry Potter movies, and especially for people like me, who've grown up with Harry Potter, it was a bittersweet, whirlwind of a year. Here are my picks of the best Harry Potter related buzz of 2011.
Here's what a Rick Santorum nomination would look like: A candidate who has no problem grabbing the third rail of race, and of running hard on social issues. In this January 2011 interview with CNS editor-in-chief Terry Jeffrey, the former Pennsylvania Senator -- now surging in Iowa -- said that President Obama should oppose abortion because he's black.
Reporters, operatives, and junkies tweet through the night and the early morning. You may not have been paying attention, but we're culling the good ones.
The media thought the nature of politics had changed in 2012. We even convinced some of the politicians. We were wrong.
Well, it looks like 2012 is already off to a horrible start.
Welcome to BuzzFeed's new original political reporting, the first in a series of new sections we are adding to the site this year that will meld clear, smart, and funny journalism into the vital, churning mix that is BuzzFeed, with the aim of creating the first pure social news organization.
This is the biggest New Year's Eve FAIL ever. Happy New Year's from BuzzFeed.