Tomorrow night we might be elated or we might be deflated.
He stayed away from the Republican National convention, and you haven’t heard his accomplishments lauded at length by Mitt Romney–but if things continue the way they have been, you might see George W. Bush out stumping for the Mitt-ster. According to a new article at Huffington Post, Romney has a lower favorability rating (43%) than [...]
As Heidi Klum always says on Project Runway: “One day you’re in and the next day you’re out.” But what if you get out before “the next day” even dawns? In an interview with Jaimie Etkin of the Huffington Post—timed to precede this week’s premiere episode of Project Runway, Season 10—Klum reveals that two contestants [...]
Speaking on condition of anonymity, a senior adviser to Newt Gingrich has told The Huffington Post that his team’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination is up for the idea of Gingrich and Rick Santorum linking up as running mates. Presumably Newt’s unidentified aide would want his guy at the top of the ticket—which makes [...]
Ann Coulter‘s recent interview with Joy Behar (available on the Huffington Post today) was a fun, rapidly paced exchange between two women on opposite ends of the political spectrum who admire each other for being very funny. Ann was there to push her book Demonic: How the Liberal Mob is Endangering America , which she [...]
He began by making TV films on musicians, such as 1962’s Elgar, a dramatic documentary that helped dust off the reputation of English composer Edward Elgar. He went on to direct lavish, sometimes outlandish theatrical features–including Tommy and The Boy Friend. For some filmgoers, his name eventually became synonymous with sex, violence, and visual excess. [...]