Self-loathing men in power counted on the media keeping their secret. For some, those days may be over.
Congress faces another watershed moment in its history of dealing with sexual misconduct.
This column has always loved a good rant. Most of the time, we provide our own rant at the end of the column, on a subject too big to be contained in talking points.
Boehner and Reynolds then warned several of Hastert’s aides, including Hastert’s floor assistant, deputy chief of staff, and
As Mark Twain wrote, "truth is stranger than fiction." In fact, truth can also be much funnier and often more surreal. Such is the case in the new comedy Tail! Spin!
F. Scott Fitzgerald famously uttered "there are no second acts in American lives" but bless his heart, the besotted scribe seems blissfully unaware of the loophole large enough to taxi a C- 130 through that exists for American politicians.
Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-Tenn.) recently made headlines when a phone call transcript revealed that he had sex with a patient
Mark Foley, former United States Representative from Florida, appeared as part of the "Real Time With Bill Maher" roundtable
Mark Foley made the mistake of referring to "the little guy" on "Real Time" and Bill Maher couldn't let it pass without commenting on it.
Nisenbaum, 53, was waiting for a liver transplant when he died in a West Palm Beach hospital, according to Gossip Extra, a
Former New York Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner's decision to resign on June 24 following his admission of inappropriate
"There was never anywhere in those conversations where someone said, 'Stop,' or 'I'm not enjoying this,' or 'This is inappropriate
Ensign admitted to an affair with an aide and quit amid an FBI probe into whether her husband was steered work to help cover
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It has become crystal clear in light of "WeinerGate" that these guys can no longer be trusted to keep their private parts out of the public domain. I feel that it is my civic duty to make this small contribution in order to preserve our American way.
Although political scandals date to the country's earliest days, attention to sex-related wrongdoing in Congress began in
The rise and ultimate fall of Rep. Anthony Weiner's once-brilliant political career has many elements of a classic Greek tragedy, where the highly ambitious, competent, powerful protagonist suffers a horrible fate.
While people like Anthony Weiner violate their marriages and abuse the trust they have with their wives, they've broken no laws. Their fates belong to their wives, families and to voters -- not to Congress or the media.
Seems the closet isn't just for homosexuals who fear societal and familial disapproval anymore. It's also for hypocrites who don't want to lose their soap boxes and megaphones.