Fox News talking face Sean Hannity announced on his radio show last week that he's going to bolt New York after Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo made comments about how extreme conservatives have "no place" in New York. So where does one go to find solace in the bosom of like-minded extreme conservativ ... More >>
OK, some new information on the threat that caused the Broward County lockdown, and it's coming from the original source, right-wing radio talker Joyce Kaufman. Kaufman said on Lou Dobbs' radio program that: -- The threat came from a woman, not a man, as has been reported. -- The woman lives in Ne ... More >>
Today, amnesty is a dirty word. So what happened to the immigrants given a fresh start by Reagan in 1986?
Flickr: Jerod HarrisTucker MaxGawker may be a Manhattan media website, but you just knew that their Douchebag of the Decade contest would have to reach toward Florida, which (Let's just admit it, OK?) is Douchebag Ground Zero.The poll launched (or re-launched, I suppose) last week, started auspic ... More >>
Conservatives eat PB&J, pizza, and mac 'n' cheese for lunch. Liberals eat Thai and Indian cuisines. For dinner, conservatives chow down on fried chicken, meat loaf and steak; liberals go for green curries, Ethiopian food, and veggie burgers. Conservatives like McDonald's fries. Liberals ... More >>
The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10cLou Dobbswww.thedailyshow.comDaily Show Full EpisodesPolitical HumorHealth Care CrisisThat's the post-CNN Lou Dobbs from last night's episode of the Daily Show, which means he's still lingering near the Big Apple. But judging by the interview that ... More >>
flickr.comCNN's loss is probably NOT Florida's gain.This week Lou Dobbs the last of the original CNN anchors, announced he was leaving the station and ending his show on that network to "go beyond the role here at CNN" and "engage in constructive problem solving."While this could mean many things ... More >>
In the video above, which was posted to Youtube today, you can hear Lake Worth City Commission candidate Scott Maxwell on his own radio show. The audio leaves little doubt that on immigration, he lines up to the right of Lou Dobbs. By the sound of it, he's getting mighty close to Minuteman territor ... More >>
Flickr: car-eLet's hope there's not a Mexican version of Lou Dobbs ready to rage against all the Americans who may soon be tempted to go south of the border for health care. That article in the Arizona Republic quotes a retiree from Broward County who gives this ringing endorsement to IMSS, ... More >>
cpsc.govNancy NordSen. Bill Nelson of Florida wants Obama to fire Nancy Nord, chair of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the U.S. agency that he says ought to have been monitoring the quality of drywall being shipped here from China, the same drywall presently destroying the value of a slew of ... More >>
An Aussie star shines over Florida.
Ten-year-old Damon Weaver got himself some press credentials to cover the inauguration for his Palm Beach County elementary school's TV station. This came about after a YouTube campaign Damon launched in which he used celebrities to try to convince Barack Obama to give him an interview. After learni ... More >>
Protesters say illegals take our jobs, bring in leprosy, and, grrr, sell ice cream from bicycles
Is It Something I Said?
Spare Us Your Mangled Clichés
There are Tío Tacos of all nationalities
And you expect me to be serious?
Did Mexicans take over the Pentagon?
Undocumenteds are part of the problema
It beats boiled broccoli
It´s about the haughtiness of the band
Then get outta the water, tonto
They're dissed 'cause they're not across the border
Welcome to Wellington, home of hot studs, deep tans, and the mother of all custody showdowns. The child in question? A stallion named Bam Bam.
Why Arnold Schwarzenegger is a genius at Mexican-bashing
Bully takes you back to the battlefield of high school.
You can't keep a good Mexican down.
Dropping vowels like a Mexican should, our vato invades Comedy Central.
MoCA's film and video exhibit lifts found "artifacts" to the realm of visual art