Amid all the speculation about Barack Obama’s newfound mojo, a hotly anticipated stiffening of his political spine inspired by his decisive victory in November, a somewhat more intriguing question has scarcely been asked.
Will Michelle finally step out?
The Harvard-trained attorney has always been, for those on the right, a more threatening character than her Read More
Salon.com columnist (and Observer alum) Rebecca Traister will write a book about "the unexpected ways the 2008 presidential election brought issues concerning women and power, sexism and feminism to the fore" for Wylie O’Sullivan at the Free Press imprint of Simon & Schuster. Linda Loewenthal from the David Black Agency brokered Read More
Today, Salon‘s Rebecca Traister has a terrific essay analyzing the success of CBS’s Katie Couric, CNN’s Campbell Brown, and MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow during this year’s presidential campaign.
From the piece:
While pondering the meaning of this year’s 18 million cracks in the White House ceiling, we might easily have missed the Read More
On a recent un-wintry Wednesday, two days after his latest book arrived on shelves, Calvin Trillin, the 71-year-old writer, humorist and food-lorist, sat in his West Village townhouse looking perplexed. Three S-shaped lines were etched across his forehead, and whenever he spoke, they squiggled up and down like waves.
“I wasn’t exactly aware that I Read More
Unaltered screenshot from Salon
In the great war against Salon.com, do we need any more evidence of their disfiguring ideologies, their disgusting and deleterious doctrines which they so perniciously advance, than this screenshot from their website?
Below are the reward fliers our militia is sprinkling about University Place. At right, white wine and torture-loving Read More