During on an appearance on NBC’s Meet the Press, Republican primary candidate Ben Carson said that he would not support a Muslim as President of the United States. “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation,” Carson said during the interview, “I absolutely would not agree with that.” He added…
A new study in the British Medical Journal finds that the winners of the Darwin Awards are much more likely to be men, indicating that men may be more inclined to do incredibly dumb shit for virtually no reason. Shocking. Are you feeling faint with surprise? Do you need to have a seat? No?
Former US Representative Allen West (R) has penned what can only be termed as a diatribe against LGBT educators looking to help LGBT and straight students form "Gay Straight Alliance" clubs. And, wow, is it a doozy.
Hey gals, gather around for some Real Talk: did you know that America's college rape epidemic is all in our jungle juice-addled slutty imaginations? At least, according to a column posted by US News & World Report, it is.
Today, Thought Catalog, a blog that serves as a future embarrassment machine for self-absorbed 23-year-olds who don't know any better, ran a post called "Being Privileged Is Not A Choice, So Stop Hating Me For It" (it's just as bad — NAY, WORSE — than it sounds). What follows is the only logically possible response.
Suzanne Venker, she of the insipid Fox News "War on Men" op-ed, is back with some sage advice on "surrendering to your femininity." Is this a Samantha Brick-type deal where she's obviously trolling and we shouldn't be paying her any further attention? Almost definitely. (Also, she admits that she's trying to sell her…
The gig's up, ladies — Suzanne Venker, niece of doddering antifeminist icon Phyllis Schlafly (Proposed official logo of antifeminism: "WE CAN'T DO IT!" emblazoned across a picture of Schlafly holding a Math book upside down), finally had the courage to tell the world the truth about What's Really Going On: a war on…
Mississippi loves its fetuses, y'all. Mississippi loves them so much that this fall, the state is allowing its voters to decide whether to add a so-called "Personhood Amendment" to its state constitution.
As every woman knows, there are some things you can't just come out and say to your significant other.
As anyone who has gone to college or seen an episode of Jersey Shore can attest, alcohol is a cruel mistress, at best a social lubricant capable of turning an awkward evening to one filled with lively conversation, at worst a life or relationship-ruiner.
While perusing images of the recently concluded fashion weeks in Portugal, Thailand, and China (because that's what normal people do in their free time rather than actually interact with other human beings), I came to a startling realization: while it's always been the case that fashion's had a side to it that seems…
The other day, CNN astutely asked its Rhodes Scholar readers whether or not white Americans are racially oppressed. And they were serious!
In this Era of the Overshare, it's easy to forget that the internet is not actually a secret clubhouse that your boss can't find. That is, until you get fired for talking shit about your job on the internet.
Considering the fact that this woman's entire career has basically been one big, steaming pile of embarrassing gaffes, I don't think this will affect the blind allegiance her followers feel toward her. Oh, that's just Sarah bein' a fact maverick.
Hillary Clinton put 18 million cracks in the glass ceiling and then successfully took on the Herculean task of remaking America's world image in the wake of Bush Inc. Apparently, that's just not maverick-y enough for Time.
Iraq War agitator and View mother-hen (sorry, Barbara!) Rosie O'Donnell still isn't talking about the Middle East (or Donald Trump!), but she does have lots to say about partial-birth abortion! This morning, after Rosie broached the subject of yesterday's Supreme Court decision, her red-state co-host Elisabeth…