William F. Buckley, Jr.
Zealous "anti-outing" policies caused harm, and many times, it was closeted queer people who were enforcing them.
The Fox News host assailed those who backed out of honoring him as "Never Trumpers."
Before Fox News, there was Pat Robertson's '700 Club,' where I was an executive producer.
They were hired by ABC News, which was a distant third in the TV news game and quite frankly was groping around for anything
Half the struggle in documentary filmmaking is finding the right material. The other half is figuring out what to do with
The realization that two such brilliant minds -- the brightest of their generation -- could allow personal hatred and the burning desire to win at all costs completely derail any semblance of useful debate is the real heartbreak of Best of Enemies.
When you read the description of Best of Enemies, which had its world premiere this week in the U.S. Documentary competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, "hilarious" is not the first word that springs to mind.
It seems as if witnessing aggressive, life-prolonging care actually makes people more likely to want it for themselves -- even with all its miseries and ultimate failure -- than they would if they hadn't witnessed it. That's a puzzle. What might be going on?
Vidal had no self-doubt. He used his legendary intellect in the service of opinions that drew blood. Feuds thrilled him. And he never lost the swagger that comes from knowing that -- at least in his youth -- he was a stunner. Want a guided tour?
Daniel Patrick Moynihan's career combined the intellectual, the moral and the political in a wholly original way that would be unimaginable for a significant contemporary politician.
Samuel J. Wurzelbacher, Joe the Plumber: Fighting for the American Dream (Austin, Texas: PearlGate Publishing 2008) 192 pp.
Wurzelbacher's deep understanding of the intellectual umbilical cords of modern conservatism is why Mike Gallagher and Sean Hannity have offered their high praise of his work.
World conquest was a pipe dream for Hitler, but Buchanan's whitewashing is an unconscionable distortion of the truth. Why did Hitler invade Poland? Easy. Because it was there.
The lies and the screaming that captured the health care discussion in August have a lot of Republicans thinking they've got the Democrats right where they want 'em. They are wrong.
William F. Buckley Left Illegitimate Grandson Out Of His Will: "I Intentionally Make No Provisions For Said Jonathan, Who...Shall Be Deemed To Have Predeceased Me"
Jonathan, now 8, is the product of an Christopher's affair with book publicist Irina Woelfle. Read more on New York Post