Republican Florida Congressman Mark Foley received his last campaign contribution ever on September 28, 2006 -- a $2,100 check from a Palm City physician. The next day, Foley resigned from Congress, disgraced by a scandal over sexually explicit messages the (sort-of) secretly gay congressman had sen ... More >>
Mark FoleyHouse Speaker John Boehner and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi announced today that they're eliminating the House page program, which brought in high school kids to do administrative work for the House.Pages were once "stretched to the limit" in their work delivering packages and ... More >>
gpoaccess.govMark FoleyFormer U.S. Rep. Mark Foley -- a Republican from West Palm Beach who represented Florida's 16th congressional district for more than a decade -- announced he has prostate cancer, according to Newsmax.Foley, 56, told the news outlet he's scheduled for surgery in an Orlando-a ... More >>
Now, says former U.S. Rep. Mark Foley, it all makes sense!In late 2005, Republican Mark Foley found his Democrat ex-colleague Anthony Weiner's enthusiasm for a bill he was trying to introduce a little misguided."He came up to me over and over again for me to cosponsor his bill," Foley said. "The ... More >>
Not perfect. Not exactly a monster either.Mark Foley is back! Maybe. The Republican ex-congressman, who resigned in disgrace in 2006 after revelations that he'd made passes at teenaged congressional pages, is considering a run for the mayor of West Palm Beach.Lots of folks will gripe, rightly eno ... More >>
Disgraced Congressman-turned-West Palm Beach consignment shop owner Mark Foley got a mention right in the middle of NBC's Thursday night prime time line up. Though it probably wasn't the kind of shout out he would appreciate.On last night's season opener, 30 Rock made reference to Foley's scandal ... More >>
Mark Foley is baack.Now that former U.S. Congressman Mark Foley has begun his unembarrassed return to Republican politics, it's tempting to recall the many other disgraced Floridians who perhaps should have stayed hidden longer. Blithely ignoring the infamy of their scandals, these public figures ... More >>
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has scrapped plans for a billboard featuring Tiger Woods ("Too Much Sex Can Be a Bad Thing"), meant to encourage the spaying and neutering of pet kitties. They'd planned to debut the billboard in Tiger's hometown of Windemere, Florida. But ... More >>
In Foley's Little Shop, at least the potted plants keep quietIn the market for a pile of tasseled silk pillows? A pair of matching swan figurines? Or perhaps you hanker to collect the tchotckes of disgraced former pols. Ex-U.S. Congressman Mark Foley has opened a furniture consignment store in We ... More >>
Foley: His mind is a terrible thing to wasteI don't know about you, but if I were planning to produce a radio talk show with a disgraced former Republican Congressman whose pedophilic Instant Messages to a 16-year-old page had made headline news a mere three years ago, I don't think I'd call my n ... More >>
That's the just-released trailer for Outrage, by provocative documentary filmmaker Kirby Dick, which debuted this past week at the Tribeca Film Festival. We told you how outed Palm Beach Congressman Mark Foley was going to be a character in the film and hypothesized (without consulting Bob Norman, ... More >>
Flickr user: elmmagFoley, in a shirt-tie combo that's fierce.Just when things had finally quieted down for uncloseted former Palm Beach Congressman Mark Foley, here comes a documentary called Outrage by notorious celluloid provocateur Kirby Dick. In advance of its debut next week at the Tribeca Film ... More >>
Cursing by numbers and other rock clichés.
On his way to political oblivion, Mark Foley works out all the angles.
The mainstream media ruin a perfectly good debate
A classic polemic
The web sure didn't ignore the Foley-is-gay story
With his voting record at issue, why won't U.S. Congressman Mark Foley just say that he's gay?