Fox News host Tucker Carlson is clearly sleepy after a long week of work because his troll takes are even more trollish than usual.
Welcome to the first installment of DUDEFIGHTS, a new feature that may or may not be recurring that highlights men fighting with each other and me just sitting back and enjoying the action.
Buckley Carlson—obvious brother to honest and ethical Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson—said Bill de Blasio's spokesperson had "dick fright" in an email that made the rounds today. Wise older brother Buckface accidentally sent the email straight to the inbox of de Blasio's spokesperson, Amy Spitalnick.
Fox News host Martha MacCallum, speaking on behalf of all women, said on her show that women actually don't want the government to create policies that ensure equal pay for equal work because women are already earning "exactly what they're worth."
The Pentagon officially lifted the ban on women in combat on Wednesday. And the entire world applauded this historic move towards equality. Wait, no. That's not what happened at all. Rather, wingnuts and supposedly "moderate" conservatives came out of the woodwork in droves to slam the decision, which was merely a …
Last night, Stephen Colbert took on textbooks after being tipped off by Tucker "The Tool" Carlson that the educational materials are being revised to be more gender-neutral. Carlson, you see, feels marginalized, but Colbert has some suggestions!
Well-known tool Tucker Carlson is really upset that doctors who perform abortions are charging for their services! He calls it "enriching" themselves. I call it being hypocritical and disingenuous, like most of the right-wing on this issue.
- Maybe no.. But he would have, if loyal advisers had not protected him from himself! Loyal advisers who are now telling the Times all about it? (Loyal advisers who wish he had left the GOP? Seems poss!) Vicki Iseman. A youthful-looking 40. Pretty! Deny deny deny. Gary Hart was his groomsman, you know! The "miracle"…
Have you thought up an excuse for loving TMZ TV yet? Because the dilemma of loving a trashy syndicated daily show has the TV critics working overtime. Last week's Slate went with the tired "voyeurism" excuse that basically applies to pretty much everything on television; today's Washington Post compared the show to…