'Rosie': Hypocrisy in bloom

by Debbie Schlussel -- Want to waste three bucks and see the world through the eyes of an annoying, overweight, loudmouth celebrity? Check out "Rosie," the latest self-absorbed celebrity magazine -- this more…

Real men don't date movie stars

by Debbie Schlussel -- The new movie, "Bridget Jones' Diary," will probably be a smash hit. It's the chick flick to which your wives and girlfriends will drag you. The kind of more…

Enough to make you go postal

by Debbie Schlussel -- "Dear Little Laidy [sic]. How is school?" That's the text on a postcard sent to Posey Cullen, 92 years ago, on Feb. 23, 1909. It just got delivered more…

Real 'March Madness'

by Debbie Schlussel -- It's "March Madness," the NCAA's college basketball championship play-offs. But the real madness is off the court. Shane Battier, the Duke forward and future NBA star, was selected more…

The bigot hiding in your fridge

by Debbie Schlussel -- Some people manage to see racism and bigotry in everything. They claim TV is racist. The movies are racist. Sports are racist. Weight standards for humans are racist. more…

Funding Islamic hate

by Debbie Schlussel -- Last week, the Rev. Jerry Falwell told Beliefnet.com, a religion website, that when it comes to applying for federal funds under President Bush's proposed faith-based initiatives program, "Islam more…

Ferris Bueller detained for high-school massacre

by Debbie Schlussel -- Ferris Bueller was detained, yesterday, as a likely high-school shooter. Well, not really. But in the current hysteria over school shootings, the FBI and school administrators think Bueller more…

Even Rob Lowe reads Drudge

by Debbie Schlussel -- George Stephanopoulos may not read the Drudge Report. But Rob Lowe, who plays the former Clinton staffer on TV, does. He's not alone. Newssites like the Drudge Report, more…

Hillary's village raises Eminem

by Debbie Schlussel -- Remember the 1960s, when everyone was up in arms about The Rolling Stones' hit song, "Let's Spend the Night Together"? Looking back, the conventional wisdom purveyors ask, what more…