Bill Clinton Criticizes Berniebros As Woman Who Accused Him of Assault Says She'll Rally Against Hillary

None other than Bill Clinton is criticizing the Berniebro phenomenon, saying at an event in New Hampshire this weekend that Sanders supporters subject his wife’s supporters online to sexist and “profane” attacks. Meanwhile, Kathleen Willey, a woman who in 1998 accused Bill Clinton of groping her, has reportedly signed…


Fox Pundit: Hillary Clinton's Desire to Be First Woman President Is 'Bra-Burning' 

One delightful thing about this campaign season will surely be the smart, self-aware, non-obnoxious ways people who don’t like Hillary Clinton talk about her. Like the always reliable media critics at Fox & Friends, who are merely pointing out that isn’t her campaign, in a way, just “bra-burning”?

Rand Paul Boycotts Undercard Debate, Because the Media, Polls, Reality Can't Tell Him What to Do

After months of poll numbers collapsing like a once proud but increasingly weary hairdo, Rand Paul was relegated to the “undercard” GOP debate planned for Thursday night, at No One Is Paying Attention O’Clock. He is not going, because this represents the media and the RNC toying with him.

Here's Glamour Gently Fact-Checking a Ridiculous Interview With Carly Fiorina 

Carly Fiorina’s week is, thus far, not so hot: she’s polling between 1 and 3 percent, and both she and Rand Paul learned yesterday they’re being booted down to the kid’s table “undercard” debate. We’ll miss Carly whenever she departs, but happily, we’ll always have this very fun interview in Glamour to remember her…

Ted Cruz: There's No War on Birth Control Because You Can Always Buy a 'Rubber' From a Vending Machine

Senator and man who would be President Ted Cruz spent Monday night at a town hall in Iowa. While there, he generously shared his thoughts on birth control access, namely how easy it is to get some: “Last I checked, we don’t have a rubber shortage in America.” Oh Ted, you really shouldn’t have.

Sad Chris Christie Refuses to Accept He's Been Friendzoned by America 

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie: just a boy standing in front of a state, pleading with that state to return his calls. The New York Times reports that in a bid to revive his struggling presidential candidacy, he’s launched a charm offensive on the state officials of New Hampshire, conducted mostly by text.

Trump on Paris Attacks: If 25 People Had Guns, 'It Would've Been a Totally Different Story'

Presidential candidate and bargain bin full of yellowing Jean-Claude Van Damme movies Donald Trump has become more and more enthusiastic about guns. That enthusiasm coincides with him trying to become president, and it’s unchecked by minor considerations like good taste. Trump declared Monday that if 25 people killed…

I Have Questions About Donald Trump's Plan to Make Everyone Say 'Merry Christmas' Again

Man-shaped asbestos insulation board and presidential candidate Donald Trump was in Springfield, Illinois yesterday, checking his appearance in every reflective surface and talking about when he’s president. Chiefly, he promised, “If I become president, we’re all going to be saying ‘Merry Christmas’ again.”


Ben Carson Admits That His Autobiography Isn't '100% Accurate,' But It's Close Enough 

It’s been a bad month for Ben Carson, and the month is only a few days old. First there were reports that a stabbing incident the candidate recalled in his autobiography, Gifted Hands, might be fabricated. Then there was Politico’s report that Carson lied about being offered a scholarship to West Point. And finally a …

Hm, What Might Donald Trump Mean When He Calls Debbie Wasserman Schultz 'Highly Neurotic'?

Great judgment-haver Donald Trump delivered another very presidential interview Monday, telling Breitbart News that Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is “crazy” and “highly neurotic.” Hmm... neurotic. Schultz. Neurotic. Whatever could be going on here?

GOP Candidates' Demand Letter to TV Networks: No 'Frivolousness' or 'Lightening' Rounds in Debates

The GOP presidential candidates, as we know, are very mad about being asked questions during the CNBC debate, and would like to keep such a thing from ever happening again. Washington Post reporters Robert Costa and Dave Weigel got hold of the letter they sent to every network hosting a debate. It’s amazing.