To: Lovers of America From: The Republican National Committee RE: Emergency platform changes Dear Patriots: It seems that 47 percent was somewhat larger than we anticipated in last week's election. Henceforth, we urge all Republicans to adopt these immediate policy changes.
In case you were too busy last night mapping out your traffic route for the upcoming weekend of chaos in San Francisco, here's your recap of the presidential debates. President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney squared off inside the University of Denver's Magness Arena last n ... More >>
If you were masochistic enough to sit through the coverage of the Republican National Convention in its entirety, then you'd have heard good ol' country boy Trace Adkins doing a heartfelt rendition of a song titled "Tough People Do" (which is ironic given that Mitt Romney hasn't had a tough day in h ... More >>
Our sister paper, the Miami New Times, descended on the Republican National Convention this week to see what things the country's right-wingers were doing and wearing. And thank God they did because now we can regale you with a slideshow of Tampa's finest moments.Tampa's rich with GOP swag this week ... More >>
We know they (publicly) frown on pot, gay sex, arugula, elite education, and public transportation, but apparently there is one thing from San Francisco Republicans will pay to enjoy: The Band That Sings "Don't Stop Believing," aka, Journey. The '70s power-rockers, still famous for their inescapab ... More >>
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Hank Williams, Jr. -- son of the original country music godhead, former Monday Night Football announcer, and official neck-beard of Nashville -- reminds us all just how big his freedom-loving balls are. This, remember is the man whose gargantuan testicles supp ... More >>
What a year it wasWho Will Be The Uppity Fag Of The Year?Let's face it -- this was a messy, messy year for the gays. Much of the news was good, ultimately, but shit dragged on! There were three major federal trials (four, technically -- but two were sorta merged in Massachusetts), promises ... More >>
An unlikely ally?In an effort to combat the mudslide of Republican money pouring into California to fund attack ads on San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris in the California Attorney General's race, the Harris campaign today released a "statement" from U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein."Kamala ... More >>
Close observers of the 2010 California Attorney General's race probably saw this one coming. With less than two weeks remaining until election day on Nov. 2, Republican activists are going to spend about $1 million blanketing the airwaves with commercials attacking San Francisco District Attorney Ka ... More >>
Are Meg and Carly running away from Sarah? It seems the two Republican women running for office in California don't want to self-apply the label "Mama Grizzly" anytime soon. The New York Times reports that both Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina will be passing on the "final path to victory" rally in ... More >>
Ken Mehlman is out -- but do queer activists have it in for him? Ken Mehlman -- President George W. Bush's 2004 campaign manager and the former head of the Republican National Committee -- has announced that he is gay and will join the campaign to overturn Proposition 8. With his disclosure, Mehl ... More >>
Long rap sheet? No problem. Transgender Latina hookers in S.F. are successfully fighting deportation by asking for asylum.
Ah, to be young and Republican at Cal
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Our hero finds an interesting way to track the sources of his junk mail
Republican mega-donor Howard Leach is reportedly headed to France. At least we're not sending him to an important country.
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