Migrants are being taught about gay sex, how to make love while pregnant and how to find the female G-spot in illustrated manuals distributed in Germany. No wonder they’re all fired up and running around raping women and children. Probably not one word about consent or child molesting laws.

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Leave it to those dirty degenerates over at to find this story. Wouldn’t surprise us if they checked the book out of the library to see if they could learn a few things.

A Texas mother took her kids to the library. One of the kids found a book that made the mom say, “Holy Dewey Decimal.”


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Ronald Reagan, Jr. Our three least favorite words. It is a complete mystery how the father could have been such a great man while the son is such a complete failure at everything he’s ever attempted.


Ronald Reagan, Jr. Or Rachel Maddow. We're not really sure which is which.

When he was a ballet dancer the poor boy just couldn’t do a proper grand jeté to save his life and his arabesque definitely left something to be desired.

As a talk show host he committed the cardinal sin of being boring.

And now as an author he has been exposed as a liar before his book is even available in stores.

Junior figured the best way to sell a couple extra copies of his “tribute” to his father’s 100th birthday and a surefire way to assure invitations to all those liberal TV shows would be to claim his father had Alzheimer’s while he was in office.

Unfortunately, it was a blatant lie that was immediately denounced by so many people – including his father’s doctors – that Junior immediately had to begin backtracking on the claim.

“Did I say he had Alzheimer’s? Really? I said that? Golly whiz, I may have misspoken, but if I did it was only to gin up some phony controversy in an attempt to flog a few more copies of my piece of crap book. You understand, don’t you?” Or words to that effect.

Based on Junior’s performance in this video, we feel confident in saying he is no better at tapdancing than he was at ballet.

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First, let’s review a few comments from the Immortals regarding censorship.

Voltaire: I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.

Mark Twain: Censorship is telling a man he can’t have a steak just because a baby can’t chew it.

Thomas Jefferson: I am mortified to be told that, in the United States of America, the sale of a book can become a subject of inquiry, and of criminal inquiry too.

And now Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan demonstrates why her attitude on censorship is unlikely to wind up listed in Bartlett’s.

Elana Kagan: It’s fine if the law bans books because government won’t really enforce it.

We were a bit surprised to find the left so silent on Mr. Kagan’s obvious disdain for the First Amendment. But then we remembered, when the book burning starts, Heather Has Two Mommies is likely to get a reprieve.


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Kitty Kelley

The media protect their own by refusing to interview Oprah biographer Kitty Kelley

And considering Oprah’s current girth, a very wide circle it is.

Larry King, Charlie Rose, David Letterman and Barbara Walters all turned thumbs down on interviews with celebrity biographer Kitty Kelly, whose unauthorized bio of Oprah will soon be released.

Odd, one might have to conclude, considering the gleeful receptions Kelley received from those same hosts when she penned a scandalous bio of George Bush a few years ago.

Margo Howard reports the hypocritical headlines:

“… most of the kingpin interviewers in the mainstream media were astonishingly up front about saying they would not help Kitty Kelley promote her book because they didn’t want to offend Oprah! They didn’t even make up excuses; they flat-out said they didn’t want to offend Oprah. It was surprising, to say the least, that interviewers such as Larry King, Charlie Rose, David Letterman and Barbara Walters all shut her out. Walter’s turn-down was especially interesting in that she said she wouldn’t even have Kelley on “The View.” I mean, that’s a show with four or five babes nattering on, where no guest is on for more than maybe seven minutes. Walters told Random House publicity she didn’t want to “upset” Oprah. Letterman said he didn’t want to “disrupt” his détente with Oprah. And ABC, whose name might as well now stand for “All ‘Bout Cowards,” made an across-the-board decision that Kelley’s book would be boycotted by all ABC shows. Even second-tier people like Joy Behar followed suit. And Rachael Ray! A cooking show, no less.

Much to our surprise, Kelley has booked an appearance in one unexpected place.

… To their credit, the top show for people flogging books, “The Today Show,” will be Kitty’s first publicity stop when the book is released. Bill O’Reilly will be the second. I find all this really interesting. What is it, I wonder, that has major television people so afraid of Oprah? It is a question whose answer I look forward to finding in Kelley’s book. I will get back to you when I’ve read it.

To his credit, Matt Lauer actually gave Kelley a pretty good grilling when she appeared on the Today Show to hype her bio of George Bush.

Our advice? Don’t bother with Lauer and the Today Show. Wait until Kelley appears on Fox.


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There’s only one way to explain this clip: Chris Matthews is on a mission to prove to the world that he is a complete moron.

The ratings-challenged MSNBC host actually attacked newly-elected Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown for signing a book deal just weeks after being elected.

We learn today that Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, who’s been a Senator for just 35 days, has a book deal. According to the Wall Street Journal, Brown’s expected to write about his upbringing, his early career, and how he beat Martha Coakley to win his Senate seat. Maybe he can call it It’s Not About the Truck. Just a thought, but didn’t people used to write the memoirs after their careers? This guy’s been in office what, a month?

Oops. Matthews seems to have forgotten a certain president whose first memoir came out before he’d ever run for office and whose second one came out after he’d been in the Senate for just a matter of months.


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Help Senator Arlen Specter name his new book

Senator Arlen Specter, Democrat-for-Now from Pennsylvania, is penning a book. But he doesn’t have a title for it. Not yet, anyway.

We assume he’s having trouble for two reasons. First, coming up with a title would be a decisive action that he couldn’t spin into something completely different somewhere down the road. And, second, some unknown political ghostwriter is really putting the book together and Specter will have no idea what it says he said until  he reads it.

So we thought we (and you) might be able to help him out with some title ideas. Please note that Benedict Arlen has been eliminated from contention because it was too much of a gimme.

Without further adieu, we proudly present our top seventeen titles for the Senator’s new book:

  • Old and Yeller
  • Portrait of Cowardice
  • The Crime of the Ancient Senator
  • War and Peace. No, Make that War. No, Peace.
  • Yeah, Definitely War.
  • The Strangest Bedfellow
  • Keystone Cop Out
  • The Fraud and the Prince
  • Specter, Sphincter, Tomayto, Tomahto
  • I Survived Cancer. Then I Became One
  • Waking Up on the Wrong Side of History … Again
  • From Whore to Eternity
  • The World According To TARP
  • Gullible’s Travels
  • The Great Ratsby
  • Origin of the Feces
  • Red State Badge of Courage

Any other ideas? Feel free to leave them in the comments.

Source: USA Today

– Written by Sven Waring

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What took the Eurocrats so long? We had an Obama-as-super-hero comic a year ago.

Consider this an omen of things to come in America. Bureaucrats in the European Union have blown through $272,000 to create and distribute a comic book graphic novel in which they are portrayed as larger than life heroes.

The Telegraph UK reports the super good news:

“… European Commission officials have had their revenge – by producing a lavish comic book portraying themselves as heroes battling to save the world.

More than 300,000 copies of the glossy hardback–printed in five languages at a cost of £200,000–are being sent to homes and schools in the UK and across the Continent.

The graphic novel follows the ‘adventures’ of Zana, Max et al at the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid Department – known as ECHO – as they struggle to secure funding for the fictional sate of Borduvia, which has been devastated by an earthquake.

Written by a Belgian graphic novelist Erik Bongers, Hidden … contains such immortal dialogue as: “We must inform the Commissioner! She’s briefing the European Parliament on the earthquake tomorrow.”

The book’s heroine Zana, a feisty, beautiful aid worker whose uniform consists of a safari jacket with the European Union flag emblazoned upon it, is then dispatched to Borduvia by bearded and besuited bureaucrats to sort out the humanitarian crisis.

Of course, Obama-as-super-hero comics have already been produced, but only by actual profit-making companies. Look for those firms to be among the last American companies to be nationalized by the Obama administration.

Source: Telegraph UK

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Rajendra Pachauri, U.N. climate guru and budding romance novelist. Is there no end to the man's talent?

Dr Rajendra Pachauri, the UN’s climate change chief, is doing something other climate scientists are not: writing smutty novels.

In the midst of the Climategate scandal Pachauri has found time to write a romance novel. A novel that features sex. A lot of sex. And breasts. A lot of breasts.

The Telegraph reports:

In breathless prose that risks making Dr Pachauri, who will be 70 this year, a laughing stock among the serious, high-minded scientists and world leaders with whom he mixes, he details sexual encounter after sexual encounter.

A smutty novel’s going to make him a laughing stock among serious scientists? Hell, if ClimateGate hasn’t already done that, nothing will.

Of course, Pachauri is known around the world for his series of IPCC reports. So this is not his first work of fiction.

But putting that aside, if most characters reflect the writers themselves, what do passages like this say about the 2007 Nobel Price winner wiener?

“Sanjay saw a shapely dark-skinned girl lying on Vinay’s bed. He was overcome by a lust that he had never known before … He removed his clothes and began to feel Sajni’s body, caressing her voluptuous breasts.”

“He enjoyed the sensation of gently pushing Susan’s shoulders back a few inches, an action that served to lift her breasts even higher. He was excited by the sight of her heaving breasts, as she breathed in and out deeply.”

“Afterwards she held him close. ‘Sandy, I’ve learned something for the first time today. You are absolutely superb after meditation. Why don’t we make love every time immediately after you have meditated?’”

Whew! Is it getting hot in here? Or is it just global warming?

Source: Telegraph UK

Written by Chase Fleming of Communication Studies

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Chuck Schumer's book is available on for a little as $1.95. That's still overpriced.

Our first reaction was, “Really? Chuck Schumer wrote a book?”

Our second reaction was, “Hmmm. Surprised it sold that many copies?”

And our third reaction was, “This massive rejection by America’s literati may help explain why the New York Democrat’s always in such a pissy mood.”

The New York Post reports Schumer’s tale of stone cold sales:

“Politicos are snickering at the plight of Sen. Charles Schumer, who holds more press conferences than any other lawmaker but can’t seem to connect with the public. His book, “Positively American,” released in 2007, sold 9,000 copies in hardcover and fewer than 1,000 in paperback, according to Nielsen Bookscan, which tracks about 75 percent of the nation’s book sales. By comparison, Sarah Palin’s “Going Rogue” sold 1 million copies in two weeks.”

Far be it from us to doubt the New York Post, but we think its story contains a major error.

We don’t doubt that people are snickering at Schumer. We’re just not sure it has anything to do with his book.

Source: New York Post

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It's always fun to get David Paterson's deep thoughts on any issue

You can always count on New York Governor David Paterson to say something goofy. Luckily, he’s now weighed in on the Harry Reid-is-a-racist issue.

Reid, of course, called Obama was “a light-skinned” African-American “with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.”

“…I would say that I thought the comments not only were reprehensible,” Paterson noted, “but it’s amazing to think to print a whole book, that so many people saw, and nobody noticed that this ill-chosen remark was in the book? Didn’t anybody read the book before they put it out? I find it kind of shocking.”

“I’m just saying that it’s disturbing a lot of people must of have seen this,” Paterson added. “It’s a very intrusive and kind of degrading remark, but it’s one that was probably close to a different kind of way of phrasing it which might have been acceptable.”

Got that? Reid’s comments were reprehensible, but they were also very close to being acceptable.

Thanks for clearing that up, Governor Patterson.

Source: New York Times

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Given the raging success of Mrs O the website, which chronicles the fashion statements by the Most Glamorous First Lady In History, a book was a foregone conclusion. And, of course, reviews of Mary Tomer’s Mrs O have been nothing less than stellar

Jackie Kennedy never wore an outfit that made her belly look like the Michelin Man's

“Tomer’s is at least the third fashion-related book on the first lady, and so far, it’s the most comprehensive, tracing Obama’s style from that frigid day in Springfield, Ill., when her husband announced his candidacy to the first lady’s springtime tour of Europe,” noted.

“[Tomer] spoke with more than 40 designers for the book, which includes two-page interviews with such Obama favorites as Jason Wu, Loree Rodkin, Isabel Toledo and Peter Soronen. It’s also filled with fabric swatch close-ups, dress shots (both famous and less well known) and displays the thoroughness of a librarian in cataloging the origins of Obama’s many brooches, pins and patent-leather heels,” the Washington Post raved.

But here’s the only review you really need:

“Only on a planet where Barack Obama is considered a moderate, where a tax cheat is named Secretary of the Treasury, and where a pervert is put in charge of safe schools, could Michelle Obama be called ‘the new Jackie Kennedy,'” said

And now to prove our point, let’s take a journey around le monde du faux pas de mode de Michelle Obama (for those of you who aren’t up to speed on your French fashion lingo, that means “the world of Michelle Obama’s fashion don’ts”).

The Grand Canyon. Hey, c’mon, we’re talking about the landscape.

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Only a wife could talk to the President this way.

Only a wife could talk to the President this way.

The Christian Science Monitor reports this human interest story from Oslo:

Before picking up his prize and delivering an eloquent speech, the president and first lady visited the Nobel Institute to sign a guest book in the room where the Nobel Committee meets to vote on prizes. Mr. Obama carefully wrote seven lines of text, prompting Mrs. Obama to ask, “Are you writing a book?”

No, Michelle, if he had been writing a book Bill Ayers would have been there.

Source: Christian Science Monitor

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Is Sarah Palin a victim of censorship by book sellers?

Is Sarah Palin a victim of censorship by book sellers?

Going Rogue, Sarah Palin’s book, is the biggest thing to hit America’s bookstores in years. It sold 300,000 copies its first day and the publisher has already increased the total print run to 2,500,000 copies. Bookstores across the country are cleaning up. Except in the liberal land of San Francisco. reports the story of censorship by bookseller:

It might as well have cooties. Hardly anyone wants to touch the thing, or even get close to it.

The new autobiography by moose hunter and failed vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is harder to find in the Bay Area than a hockey mom. Some bookstores figure it’s one of those grit-your-teeth First Amendment deals that principled booksellers must put up with from time to time.

But many nonchain bookstores won’t handle it.

“Our customers are thinking people,” said Nathan Embretson, a bookseller at Pendragon Books in Oakland. “They’re not into reading drivel.”

There’s not a single copy on the shelf. Embretson said no one has asked for it except for one guy, who was kidding.

“He said he wanted to look at it but he also said he didn’t really want to read it,” Embretson said. “Anyway, he certainly didn’t want to buy it. I think he regarded looking at it as a kind of punishment.”

Continue reading this story…

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Sure, Al Gore’s made hundreds of millions of dollars with his global warming scam, but you still have to feel sorry for the poor schlub.

America’s book buyers have decided that “Our Choice,” Gore’s latest book, is more science fiction than science. Instead of flying off the shelves in droves, it’s being left on the shelves in droves. Perhaps Gore has lost a little credibility with his attempt to scare the bejeezus out of readers by including a heavily-Photoshopped photo of Earth just inside the front cover.

What kind of PhotoShopping? Let’s just start with these egregious examples:

  • All the Arctic ice and most of Greenland’s ice has mysteriously disappeared
  • Florida is mostly submerged
  • Central America is gone
  • Cuba is gone
  • The hemisphere is bedeviled by four different hurricanes. Simultaneously. The thing is, though, that the one off the coast of mini-Florida is spinning in the wrong direction, meaning that it is actually a Southern Hemisphere hurricane.
  • There is a hurricane down there near the equator off the coast of Peru, which is damn near physically impossible.

To give Gore the benefit of the doubt, we wanted to assume that this artwork was an attempt to demonstrate what could happen if all the ice in the arctic and Greenland were to melt (as is shown in the photo). Unfortunately, for Panama to disappear beneath the waves would require sea levels to rise more than 11,400 feet (slightly more than the 14-inches anticipated by the IPCC report).

That sea level rise would leave only five towns in the entire world above water – Namache Bazaar, Nepal at 11,482 feet; Potosi, Bolivia at 13,420 feet; El Alto, Bolivia at 13,615 feet, Lhasa Tibet at 12,200 feet; and La Rinoconada, Peru at 16,728 feet. Denver, the Mile High City, would be a mile under water.

Sara Palin’s book is a runaway #1 this week on and has been in their Top 100 for 52 days. Glenn Beck’s book is #8 and has been in the Top 100 for 44 days. The global warming-bashing SuperFreakonomics is #10 and has been on the Top 100 for 46 days.

Meanwhile, Gore’s “Our Choice” never reached the Top 20 and has dropped to #123 after just 15 days. Two weeks ago it was #49 and last week it was #59. So it’s dropping even faster than worldwide temperatures and Gore’s credibility.

There’s only one way to reverse this disaster:

More PhotoShopping, Al, more PhotoShopping.


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Who buys this crap? Nader's novel is currently #488 on Amazon's list of bestselling books.

Who buys this crap? Nader's novel is currently #488 on Amazon's list of bestselling books.

Nader’s unintentionally hilarious novel is called “Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!” No. Seriously. That’s what it’s called. And it’s everything you could hope for from perennial presidential candidate and left wing lunatic.

First of all, it’s long. 736 ponderous pages long. And it’s all about super-rich lefties banding together to save the world by turning America into a European-style welfare state. (May we suggest that you read it now, while it’s still fiction.)

Here’s how the Wall Street Journal reviews this instant classic:

Here, for instance, is an actual passage from “Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!”: “As promised, Ted Turner and Phil Donahue had put their heads together to brainstorm about a mascot for the group’s efforts. Ted’s thoughts naturally ran along avian lines, and it wasn’t long before they hit on the idea of a parrot. . . . Patriotic Polly hit the airwaves in fifteen-second spots shown on thousands of stations, and it was an immediate smash.”

The parrot, see, appears on TV and squawks, “Get up! Don’t let America down!” Then there’s an email address for viewers to use to join the movement to redirect America. Which the viewers do, and off we go.

Because that’s what it takes, really, to get America to agree with you, according to Ralph Nader: a parrot, a couple of TV spots, some billionaire’s cash. Why so easy? The premise of the novel is that ordinary people love Ralph Nader’s politics. They all agree with his progressive, left-wing agenda—even though, for some reason, they didn’t vote for him, in huge numbers, in two presidential elections. But with a little Hollywood pixie dust and some community-organizing money, the entire grocery list of left-wing causes from 1960 to 2009 can be enacted. The whole story is presented with such sweet earnestness that it almost seems mean to laugh at it. Almost.

Ahhhh, we’ve missed you, Ralphie. Presidential elections just don’t come around often enough for us to get our fix of Naderisms.

Source: Wall Street Journal

You want somma 'dis? You want somma 'dis? You want somma 'dis?

You want somma 'dis? You want somma 'dis? You want somma 'dis?

We’re almost embarrassed to say this, but two-headed aliens and Hollywood gossip aside, the National Enquirer seems to do a good job with political reporting. Consider the sad saga of John Edwards and his baby mama.

Now the Enquirer says that Teddy Kennedy wanted his recently-published memoirs to include details of his sexual conquests. Unfortunately, the primmest and most-proper of the legendarily prim and proper Kennedy clan censored the embarrassing revelations out of his autobiography.

Here’s how the Enquirer reports it:

Ted Kennedy slept with more than a thousand women – and spent at least $10 million in hush money over the years to keep his skirt-chasing a secret!

The late senator made those sensational confessions in a chapter of his autobiography, but horrified family members and advisers cut them out.

Before he died of brain cancer at age 77 on Aug. 25, the womanizing politician also revealed that he planned to seduce Mary Jo Kopechne on the night she drowned, said a close source.

Our sources say it was only 500 women, not 1000. But since Kennedy was seeing double most of his adult life, the mistake is understandable.

Source: National Enquirer

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obama self-loveAccording to a new book called “The Battle for America 2008,” David Axelrod, Barack Obama’s official Yoda, confronted his young Skywalker with this statement:

“At the risk of triggering the very reaction that concerns me, I don’t know if you are Muhammad Ali or Floyd Patterson when it comes to taking a punch. You care far too much what is written and said about you. You don’t relish combat when it becomes personal and nasty….”

Far as we can tell, the book has only sold three copies — one each to Kim Il-Jong, Hugo Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.


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Talk show queen Oprah thinks about losing a $1.2 trillion

Talk show queen Oprah thinks about losing a $1.2 trillion

Oprah Winfrey is getting her ass sued off, which you may agree is a good thing if you’ve seen the talk show queen lately.

Damon Lloyd Goffe, a Bronx poet, is suing Winfrey for $1.2 trillion, claming she ripped off his poems and published them under a different title.

The National Enquirer reports:

In the legal papers, Goffe says that “in April 2008 Oprah confessed to seizing original works of authorship” and published on the internet the first draft of his work ” A Tome of Poetry” under another title “Pieces of My Soul.”

The claimant says the website in question is no longer live. 

The suit also alleges Oprah sold over 650 million editions of the work online for $20 a copy which “calculates for 1.2 trillion dollars!”

We’re thinking of suing Oprah, too, for convincing millions of idiot women to vote for Barack Obama.

That should be worth a $1.2 gazillion. Give or take a bazillion.

Source: National Enquirer via

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Mama Voted For Obama, Obama reading to children

Here’s a new children’s book that’s sure to send thrills up the legs of liberal parents across the land.

“Mama Voted For Obama” comes from author Jeremy Zilber and illustrator Greg Bonnell, the same braintrust that brought you such classic tomes as, “Why Mommy Is A Democrat” and “Why Daddy Is A Democrat.”

“Mama Voted For Obama” is intended to “Let your kids know you made the right choice in 2008.”

Can you say, “Hitler Youth?”

If you are at liberal reading levels, you’ll also enjoy the pages, She didn’t vote for a Llama (page 3), She didn’t vote of a gorilla, a chincilla, or Godzilla (page 5), She didn’t vote for a sly fox, or a blue ox, or a cat named Socks (page 7), She didn’t for for an aardvark, a red-winged lark, or a hammerhead shark (page 6), Now some Mamas voted for a man named John, some Mamas voted for a Mastodon (page 12).


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An inconvenient bookstore

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Al Gore’s science fiction novel is reportedly selling like hotcakes in Bangalore.

Source: Tim Blair/Daily Telegraph

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Andrew Young, writing book about John Edwards

Andrew Young, the genius who agreed to take the fall for John Edwards, is now writing a book

What do you do when your wealthy, married boss gets a bimbo pregnant and asks you to pretend to be the father of the child and then turns around and screws you over?

This is 2009 and this is America. So there’s only one possible response. Write a book.

According to the Daily Beast, “Campaign worker Andrew Young—who claimed to be the father of Rielle Hunter’s child and was paid to take her into his home for eight months—is shopping a tell-all book proposal dishing about the sex scandal.”

Young spent last week visiting publishers in New York. His book proposal supposedly includes photos of Edwards and his love child. He says he agreed to pretend to be the father of the child after being paid a still undisclosed amount of money. And for god’s sake, he even talked his gullible wife into taking the baby mama into their home for eight months.

Young was initially portrayed as a clean-cut campaign worker, but reporters have now traced a history of arrests for check forgery and burglary and drunk driving convictions.

No publisher has anted up yet, but one industry insider estimates bidding could go as high as $1 million.

We’re still trying to figure out why anyone ever trusted this sleazy slimeball John Edwards. And by anyone we mean his wife, his kids, his clients, a judge, a jury, his friends, voters, anyone who ever saw him speak, heard him speak, or read a word he ever wrote or ever saw a photo of him.

On the other hand, he did have very nice hair.

UPDATE: Andres Young now says there is a John Edwards and Rielle Hunter sex tape

Source: The Daily Beast

Father of the Year Alec Baldwin with his verbally-abused daughter Ireland

Father of the Year Alec Baldwin with his verbally-abused daughter Ireland

We can’t decide if this is funny or sad. Maybe both. Actor and awful father Alec Baldwin is writing a book on parenting. We assume it’s title will be “Do As I Say, Not As I Do.”

Ironically, he reveals his plans in family-friendly Playboy magazine:

“It will be ironic for some people, but I’m going to write a parenting book. We’re at… an awful place right now in terms of parenting. People are raising their children with the belief that we need to be friends with our children. Kids have too much power and call too many of the shots, telling their parents what they will and won’t do.”

Baldwin continues:

“People come home, walk up the driveway, put the key in the door, and they can’t do another hard job. Parenting your children effectively is a tough job.”

Here’s a sneak preview of the audio book version of Alec Baldwin’s Guide to Good Parenting. (It’s actually the god awful voicemail he left for his 11-year old daughter a few years ago, but we present it as a public service in hopes that no one – absolutely no one – will make the mistake of buying this lunatic’s parenting book).

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George Obama getting ready for a long day of community organizing.

George Obama getting ready for a long day of community organizing.

Another Obama relative has lined up a book deal. This time it’s his half brother George. You know, the one that The One allows to wallow in poverty in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya. The one who was busted for possession of pot a few months ago.

Publishing giant Simon & Schuster says George Obama’s memoir can be expected in your favorite bookstore in January 2010.

“Homeland” will tell the story of George Obama’s sad, youthful descent into crime and poverty, his turn to community organizing and his work for the poor, a drive so powerful that he actually chooses to live among them.

Hey, wait a second. Except for that part about living among the poor “Homeland” sounds a lot like “Dreams From My Father.”

Just one thing, George. Selling dope on the street doesn’t really qualify as “community organizing.” You might want to rethink that part of your bio.

You can tell that George and Barack are brothers, because they definitely share the bullshit gene.


Since President Obama is only reading it at an average of 6 pages per day, we can't call Netherland one of those novels that you can't put down.

Since President Obama is only reading it at an average of 6 pages per day, we can't call Netherland one of those novels that you can't put down.

When asked what he was currently reading by a BBC interviewer on Tuesday, President Obama named Joseph O’Neill’s “Netherland.”

Really? Obama also said he began reading the 270-page novel back in April. That’s only about six pages per day.

George Bush, on the other hand, was well-known as a voracious reader and polished off more than 100 books per year. At Obama’s current pace, he’ll only complete about 10 books this year.

In President Obama’s defense, it takes far longer to read a book when it’s on a Teleprompter.


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