Whatever the outcome of “Weinergate,” I blame the women.
Remember Weiner when liberal journalists roll their eyes at the stupidity of conservatives. Weiner's social-media sex scandal was underplayed by the national media precisely because they thought their ultraliberal star was far too smart to commit these stupid sex pranks with women he barely knew on the Internet.
Anthony Weiner's escapades infuse a whole new meaning into one of my favorite words from the movie "Bambi": Twitterpated.
While the rest of America was watching Anthony Weiner sorta, kinda accept responsibility for the fact that he had lied to himself (among others), the Washington Post's Godfather of Political Reporting, Dan Balz, was poring over the latest Washington Post/ABC News poll which made Weiner's mea culpa seem like good news.
Weiner apologized yesterday and named Megan Broussard as the woman to whom he sent the explicit pictures to.
Ann Coulter discusses the Weinergate Scandal, Palin
Sean Hannity sits down with Megan Broussard, a woman who received lewd images online from Anthony Weiner, to discuss the Weinergate controversy.
Reporting scandal may be justifiable if public figures are criminals in addition to sinners. But, shouldn't "objective journalism" have some standards for reporting gossip?
You’ve undoubtedly seen the big news from this week, but here are a few things you might have missed.
Rev. Al Sharpton has some "crisis management advice" for Anthony Weiner: "Just shut up!"
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