Well, at least he can now tell us what exactly the Lieutenant Governor does Remember last January when Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom was reflecting on his political career, and so eloquently remarked to NY Times columnist Maureen Dowd that in a few years "you'll see me as a clerk of a wine store."Turns o ... More >>
We cannot see!Gavin Newsom never got along with the local press, especially when asked about uncomfortable topics. Actually, he seemed to prefer to get into huffy fights with them, or attempt to bite their microphones. But the New York City press loves our ex-mayor. The New Yorker wrote a feature ... More >>
Jer's not getting any from Uppity Fag until he puts out ... some real actionOver the weekend I joined (yet one more) Facebook group - The LGBT Community for Jerry Brown. I joined so I could keep an eye on him and on the LGBT community.The gays have a tendency to fawn for any politician with ... More >>
Time for a new entry: Tellin' off President Obama!Allow us to once again congratulate last week's news quiz winner Jaclyn Abergas -- and remind her that the large, white tiger stuffed animal she earned is still waiting for her. Seriously, he's crowding me out of my own desk here. This weeks' winn ... More >>
The short answer, according to his spokesman, is no. But you could be forgiven for getting a very different impression from Maureen Dowd's latest column in The New York Times, in which the Times' sorta-funny, sorta-edgy political scribe wonders aloud why San Francisco's mayor is "leaving politics ju ... More >>
(with apologies to the authors of He's Just Not That Into You)
Oliver Stone assigns motive to Dubya's M.O., but at this point, who cares?
A white leading man in a black movie? That is something new.
For MC Immortal Technique, planting the seeds of revolution ain't nothin' but a g-thang
Why John Cusack wouldn't do anything till he made this Hitler movie
A movie about something, sort of
Dermatologist Michael Franzblau goes national with claims that a Marin newspaper ran an anti-Semitic column about him
David Burgin is legendary as a rough-and-tumble newspaper editor. But the legend is full of astonishing contradictions, and its last chapter may include the outcome of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by one of his proteges at the Oakland Tribune.