Why can't we be friends? Obama and Clinton enter horses in the Texas race.
Good afternoon, Super Tuesday. For the latest, read Steven Stark's article "One for the books: Can tales of the Democratic party's glory help Obama and Clinton?" or listen below.
MP3: Political guru Steven Stark talks politics, what else, with FNX this Super Tuesday
This is real. Or at least, at the video's end, seventy-year old Jack Nicholson, in stunning pair of tinted eyeglasses, appears as himself and says, "I'm Jack Nicholson and I approve this message."
American Idol always disappoints me; it's corny, too long, and I have never in my life felt prompted to buy one of the winner's CDs or even vote for the contestants I like best. But for some reason I have to watch it--if not for Randy Jackson's incessant clarion call of "yah dawg, yah dawg," Paula Abdul's incoherent but saccharine ramblings, and Ryan Seacreast's bronzed douchiness--then at least for Simon Cowell, the shining beacon of sanity whose cutting judgment is nearly always right.