It's Tuesday. It's rainy. You've got a head cold. There's a three-day weekend coming and you're just coasting until it's time for roman candles and Coronas. Well, snap out of it, dammit. The Fourth of July may be Friday, but America's fourth World Cup game is today. This afternoon, Team America (f- ... More >>
I've held off writing about Ann Coulter for a decade -- or about the length of time her average fan takes to read one of her books -- so as not to offend anyone. But enough is enough. Any attacks on the sport of soccer are downright un-American and offensive to the sacred American ideals of unherald ... More >>
Somewhere in Tallahassee, someone in the FSU athletics department is drafting up the open letter Jimbo Fisher is going to send out apologizing for using the word "retarded." You see, Fisher is pretty frustrated with the BCS rankings, and decided to drop the R word to describe the system.
There's an undeniable element of skin-crawling terror to the downward spiral of modern American politics. And who hasn't felt like projectile-vomiting all over their dashboard while listening to Rush Limbaugh's radio rants? So kudos to a proud Miami auteur for dreaming up The Foxorcist -- a mashup ... More >>
The political world has come down with a crippling case of Rubio-mania. A junior member of the glee club United States Senate, Marco Rubio is Latino, has Tea Partiers in his pocket, and represents Florida, the most important state in the 2012 presidential election. Name him as Mitt Romney's veep, th ... More >>
Well, at least one prominent Republican doesn't want Marco Rubio running as the party's VP candidate. Always polarizing pundit Ann Coulter was on ABC's "This Week" yesterday, and she said that picking the exciting but still unproven Rubio would be a "mistake."
We're not sure that you can get more embarrassing than the current state of the GOP primary, and we're not the only ones who seem to think so. Even a still-anonymous top Republican senator seems to hope that a new candidate jumps in and take the nomination in a contested convention. His preferred ... More >>
Luther Campbell, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke assesses the African-American frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination. Herman Cain's emergence as the GOP ... More >>
via Huffingtonpost.comDo not be confused if this woman accosts your car in Doral today.If your daily commute takes you through Doral -- and may god have mercy upon your soul for that -- you may notice some usual sights around the exclusive Doral Golf and Spa Resort this morning: grown men dressed ... More >>
The wingnuts are coming! The wingnuts are coming! Yes, on September 17, all of America's favorite right-wing airbags will descend upon the Doral Resort & Spa right here in Miami for WorldNetDaily's Taking America Back Conference. Tom "Miami Is a Third-World Country" Tancredo, Michel ... More >>
What Ann Coulter looks like on the inside.FridayIn tonight's Undershorts, the bawdy older sister of City Theatre's Summer Short Festival, see dramatic and funny snippets like "Banging Ann Coulter."Is Nipsy Hussle the next Snoop Doog? Decide for yourself at the White Room, where he'll make his Mia ... More >>
A Florida driver's license has been making the Internet rounds because it accidentally lists the driver's address simply as "Eat Ass." Yesterday we saw a version with her face and information blurred out. Originally we thought maybe it was Ann Coulter, but the birthday was 1979 (we all know Ann w ... More >>
"We created this civilization -- by 'we,' I mean the whites." So says Gordon Baum, the CEO of the Council of Conservative Citizens -- the CCC, for short. "Our local chapters would probably support a referendum to ban inter-racial marriage, I would speculate," he says in a New Times interview. ... More >>
Last time we checked in with The Herald's new right-leaning columnist Jackie Bueno Sousa she had caused a minor brouhaha in the blogosphere with her weird inaugural column and the appropriation of a silly monologue from Bull Durham. Now the former editor of The Daily Business Review is four columns ... More >>
For some reason, syndicated newspaper columnist Ann Coulter would very much like to see newspapers die. Presumably because information is a tool of the secular left. She says this is good for news because, uh, it will create more competition. Even though, in South Florida's case, the popular theory ... More >>
Miami's head cop gets sued over FTAA. Plus: The Bicycle Avenger wins the day.
An Aventura minister pumps testosterone into the faith
In this political season, Miami's high-profile campaign contributors favor Republicans and Democrats
A new documentary about Hugo Chavez plays it fast and loose
Media attempts to find a face for terrorism -- and to fashion a response -- evoke George Orwell
Democrats hate him. Journalists scorn him. Most Americans ignore him. Which is fine with Matt Drudge. He's taking it to the bank.