Charles Barkley’s Gubernatorial Prospects Grow Ever Dimmer

It is with a heavy heart that I report that Charles Barkley will probably never be governor of Alabama, thereby depriving us of what would have been the most entertaining governorship since Jesse Ventura traveled back in time to Tammany Hall (I think something like that happened once). After his latest episode of jackassery, sports blog Deadspin is forced to More …

Note to American Voters: The Culture War Continues

Mark Steyn, as always, has his finger on the pulse of things: Liberalism is the default mode of the culture – to the point where theleft-of-center position is so pervasive it’s no longer a position atall, but rather something uncontentious, received wisdom, part of theair we breathe. And when he says “culture” there, he’s talking about popular culture; all the More …

Thrill to the Further Baconization of Our Culture

Economic crisis?  War in the Middle East?  Forget all that. If 2009 is starting out with the introduction of bacon-flavored gum, I don’t see how it could possibly be a bad year. But you know how they could make this gum better?  Wrap it in bacon, baby.