Is Todd Palin banging an Alaska madam?

Is Todd Palin banging an Alaska madam?

The National Enquirer reported today that Todd Palin, husband of former Alaska Gov. and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, has been engaged in an illicit affair with a massage therapist-cum-madam. The tabloid newspaper indicated it has documentary proof that the woman in question, 36-year-old Shailey Tripp, had been arrested for running a house of […]

Olbermann: Violence has no place in a Democracy

Olbermann: Violence has no place in a Democracy

MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann, commenting on the tragic shooting in Arizona that took the life of a federal judge, a nine-year-old girl and four others and left a Congressman gravely wounded, says violence has no place in our society. He’s right and this commentary of his says it best. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world […]

Go bankrupt, send out a Tweet

Go bankrupt, send out a Tweet

Don’t count out Eva Longoria‘s Vegas aspirations quite yet. The actress is seemingly making good on her commitment to take a more “hands-on” approach to her businesses after the “Desperate Housewives” star’s Sin City nightclub, Eve, and restaurant, Beso, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday. The sexy actress posted a smoldering photo of […]

Montana paper modifies comments sections

Montana paper modifies comments sections

The Great Falls Tribune strives to create and promote discussion in the community, as well as to provide diversity in the way we offer those opportunities. Readers’ letters are published nearly every day on the Viewpoints page, and our editors’ phone lines are open even outside normal business hours. Several years ago, the Tribune opened […]

Health care celebration? Celebrate what?

Health care celebration?  Celebrate what?

It was the ultimate Christmas Eve present for Barack Obama. Around 7 a.m. one year ago today, every Democratic senator in office – 60 in all – voted in favor of enacting comprehensive health care reform. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had leveraged the threat of spending Christmas in the Capitol to force even reticent […]

Sports: All the scandals who’s fit to print

Sports: All the scandals who’s fit to print

While 2010 saw plenty of sporting success on the field, once again there was no shortage of stars making headlines off field for all the wrong reasons. Players from a diverse range of sports including football, AFL, NRL, American football – not to mention golf – got into a variety of sticky situations this year, […]

Say what? Niagara Falls without water?

Say what? Niagara Falls without water?

Roughly six million cubic feet of water tumble down the Niagara Falls every minute. But for a few months in 1969 the American falls were completely dry, and last year a Connecticut man found never-before-seen photos of the historic occasion. In 1965, the local Niagara Falls Gazette revealed that there was an abundance of loose […]

A Supreme Court case of tit for tat

A Supreme Court case of tit for tat

The tagline: “I (heart) boobies!”, used in context to breast cancer awareness has been reportedly termed as sexually charged double entendre. The much used slang term for a woman’s breasts is now facing a trial in the court of law. The case is reported to be between Easton Area School District and two middle school […]

Fox News ordered staff to slant news against climate change

Fox News ordered staff to slant news against climate change

On Wednesday, the liberal watchdog site Media Matters published an e-mail from Bill Sammon, Washington managing editor of Fox News, in which Sammon urged the network’s reporters and producers not to refer to climate change “without IMMEDIATELY pointing out that such theories are based upon data that critics have called into question.” The e-mail, dated […]

Obama admits ‘shellacking’ but still doesn’t get the point

Obama admits ‘shellacking’ but still doesn’t get the point

A chastened President Barack Obama admitted he had suffered a “shellacking” in this week’s US mid-term elections, but refused to see it as a repudiation of his transformative domestic agenda. He instead blamed the loss of the House of Representatives and Republican gains in the Senate on deep voter frustration at the sluggish recovery and […]