Steve Forbes, the publisher and one-time presidential candidate, demonstrated the perils of writing a eulogy in 140 characters or less. "Good news," he Tweeted on Monday, about 10 hours after Robert Byrd, the longest-serving member of the Senate in history, was pronounced dead. "Financial reform bill may still fail...
He's no longer a Republican, but he's not a Democrat, either. Now comes a report that Florida Gov. Charlie Crist is putting himself in the position of . . . a Nazi? Wednesday's sketchiest moments.
Maybe it's the Al-and-Tipper split, but something seems to have thrown the world off kilter: Nancy Pelosi is talking like a religious conservative and Michele Bachmann is talking like a big government liberal.
| June 2, 2010; 6:26 AM ET |
Categories: Barack Obama, Dana Milbank, Sketchiest moments | Tags: political sketch; sketchy moments; dana milbank; pelosi; palin; bachmann;
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Updated: 12:20 p.m. Alert! "Kenneth Starr Charged With Running $30 Million Ponzi Scheme." Daniel Indiviglio, a blogger for the Atlantic, had a heckuva scoop for 10 minutes on Thursday. At 3:08 p.m., he reported that the "special prosecutor who uncovered the dirty details of the former president's affair" had been...
Wednesday's sketichiest moments: weiners and pinheads on Fox News, exploding donkeys, McCain attacks Hayworth, Frank questions Djou.
| May 26, 2010; 6:32 AM ET |
Categories: Barack Obama, Dana Milbank, George Bush, Sketchiest moments | Tags: LaTourette; Rep. Anthony Weiner; Bill O'Reilly; Fox News;
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Meet Alan Schwartz, welfare recipient. As the chief executive of Bear Stearns, he's getting rather more public assistance than your typical welfare mom -- specifically, $30 billion in federal loan guarantees to help J.P. Morgan Chase take over his firm. But then, Schwartz has had rather more than his share...