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Wonkette is reporting that the next Republican "Pagefucker" (ahhh, Wonkette) who will be outted will be Jerry Weller from Illinois, who recently tried to blow hot air up the asses of a delegation of students from Olivet Nazarene University (Bourbonnais, IL) who visited him in DC to ask him what, as a member of the house international relations committee, he was doing about the 20,000+ children abducted each year in Uganda's civil war and forced to engage in murder, rape, kidnapping, cannibalism and torture. Clearly the students lost him at "mmmm child-ren". - Wonkette, Daily Journal

A Ph.D student is instructed to take down a Dave Barry quote critical of the federal government from his office door at Marquette University because the hallway the door faces is not "a free speech zone". - CNS News

Republican Anti-Abortion Radio Ad Calls Black Women "Ho's". Nope, conservatives aren't racists. - NY Sun, Metafilter

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The LA Times reported that Governor George "Macaca" Allen (R-Virginia) had a gay campaign manager. Today they corrected that fallacy by stating that it's the Governor's communication director who kisses men. See, not everyone who's Republican is gay - LAT

John McCain (R-AZ) survived being a prisoner of war in Nam as a guest in the Hanoi Hilton, but if the American people vote more Democrats than Republicans into the Senate "I think I'd just commit suicide." Finally McCain is in lockstep with his party, and as always, a little tardy. Bro your party has been committing suicide since Delay. - Radio Iowa

"Send over the damn bill" demands the White House in regards to the 700-mile fence to keep out pesky border-crossers. But when he "autographs" it, the President will do it in the dark chambers of his evil lair away from the press. So for those scoring at home: when signing away habeas corpus invite photographers, when dissing the Latinos you're trying to pander to, tell the press to get bent - Mickey Kaus, Washington Times
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