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Is Harvard Law Using Ted Cruz to Pander to Conspiracy Theorists?

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014 - by Paula Bolyard

In case you missed the official announcement: From now on conspiracy theorists will no longer be receiving their memorandums, instructions, and dispatches (including “red meat” and “dog whistles”) via listservs, talk radio, blogs, or newsletters. Neither will rumors or conspiracy theories be whispered to them at the secret cabal meetings, effective immediately. All members of […]

The Unproductive Obsession with Hipster Anne Frank

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 - by Susan L.M. Goldberg

I first came to the attention of Hipster Anne Frank thanks to the Forward. I don’t Tweet much and when I do, I’m not exactly looking to hook up with faux profiles. Like most pre-tech dinosaurs (currently known as “the work force”), I can barely keep up with the real friends I have through the […]

Making Lemonade From Divorce Lemons

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012 - by Andrew Klavan

The lovely Chris Niles is a long-time and very dear friend of mine — and an extremely talented colleague as well. Recently, after 21 years of wedded something-or-other, Chris’s husband walked out on her. This, of course, was extremely bad news for Chris, but she’s making it sort of interesting for the rest of us […]

The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl Season 2 Debuts

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 - by Dave Swindle

Via Daily Dot | “Awkward Black Girl” talks second season: The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl goes against everything the mainstream media knows about making a hit TV show. Issa Rae directs and stars as Jay, a black woman who is not a size zero, as she navigates through life’s many awkward and embarrassing moments. Through […]

Badass Video: Blogger Confronts Newspaper that Stole His Article with $500 Invoice

Monday, May 14th, 2012 - by Dave Swindle

Duane Lester is the proprietor of All-American Blogger and a regular contributor to both PJ Media and here at PJ Lifestyle (where he covers the superhero/comic book beat for us). Recently he wrote an article for his blog that a small town newspaper reprinted without permission or attribution. Duane explains the story here and presents […]

3 Rules for Handling the Online Trolls, Bullies, and Crackpots

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 - by Kathy Shaidle

“Someone must have been telling lies about Joseph K., for without having done anything wrong he was arrested one fine morning.” It’s arguably the most famous opening line in 20th century fiction. The predicament in which Franz Kafka’s “Joseph K.” finds himself is even more chillingly relevant today than it was in 1920. Not only […]

When Business Gets Personal: Is Blogging Any Job For a Woman?

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012 - by Kathy Shaidle

At Forbes, Larissa Faw takes a frank look at the business side of the female blogosphere. What she discovers shouldn’t shock anyone familiar with the old “80/20 rule”: “You can break it down like this,” says BSM Media’s Maria Bailey and author of Power Moms. “There’s the top 10% who make six figures, who write […]

The ‘Cult’ of Attachment Parenting?

Friday, April 27th, 2012 - by Rhonda Robinson

From the discussion on Elisabeth Badinter’s controversial new book The Conflict at Slate: Badinter places the guilt over breast-feeding into a larger cultural and historical context. Modern women have given themselves over to the cult of what she calls “ecological parenting.” It’s not just breast-feeding on demand, but the fad for doulas and natural childbirth […]

From PJTV: Vodkapundit’s Week In Blogs

Saturday, April 7th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

One Vodkapundit, five ounces, five minutes, the entire Blogosphere: Here are the links to the items that Steve mentioned:…you-have-produce/455066!/Mayortommm/status/186536952571498496/photo/1

From PJTV: Vodkapundit’s Week In Blogs

Friday, March 30th, 2012 - by Stephen Green

Somehow, despite the paucity of news this week, our Friendly Neighborhood Vodkapundit found something going on in the Blogosphere: Here are the links to the items that Steve mentioned in his video:!/rorycooper/status/185202846935949313

From PJTV: Vodkapundit’s Week In Blogs

Saturday, March 17th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

‘Tis a simple formula for St. Patrick’s Day: One man, five ounces, four minutes, the world of the Blogosphere at your doorstep: Here are the links to the items that Steve mentioned:

Andrew Klavan: At the Corner of Hollywood and New Media

Monday, March 5th, 2012 - by Ed Driscoll

Novelist, screenwriter, and PJTV contributor and PJ Media columnist Andrew Klavan and I spoke on Sunday for a 22-minute long podcast interview, in which we discussed: The shock news last week of Andrew Breitbart’s passing away. The tone of the left when the news broke. A follow-up on Drew’s PJM post back in November, […]

From PJTV: The Week In Blogs

Friday, March 2nd, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

You give Stephen Green five minutes and plenty of clear alcohol, he’ll send you around the world! Err, wait a second, that didn’t come out right. How ’bout, around the Blogosphere, instead? Here are the links to the items that Steve mentions in the video:

Farewell, Happy Warrior: Andrew Breitbart (1969-2012)

Thursday, March 1st, 2012 - by Jehuda

Andrew Breitbart has passed away.  May he rest in peace. Here’s a brief In Memoriam from Andrew’s very own BigHollywood; and a longer piece from what is essentially one of Andrew’s hometown newspapers, The Hollywood Reporter. I never met the man, but he was an inspiration.    The dextrosphere revolution Andrew helped kickstart just a […]

From PJTV: Vodkapundit’s Week In Blogs

Saturday, February 25th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

Five minutes; five ounces. Coincidence? We think not: Here are the links to the items that Steve referenced in his video:

From PJTV: Vodkapundit’s Week In Blogs

Saturday, February 11th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

One man, four ounces of clear liquor, five minutes of video, and millions and millions of blogs. It’s a beautiful thing: Here are the links to the items that Steve Green mentions in his video: http://danieljmitchell./user-content/36/files/

Why Men Are More Likely to Be Geeks Than Women

Friday, February 3rd, 2012 - by Dave Swindle

Author and media theorist Douglas Rushkoff in an interview about his new graphic novel from D.C./Vertigo, A.D.D.: Adolescent Demo Division, on why the worlds of video games and geek culture are so male-dominated, emphasis mine: “I think to some extent it’s harder for the forces that be to hypnotize women the same way they hypnotize men,” Rushkoff […]

From PJTV: Vodkapundit’s Week In Blogs

Monday, January 30th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

One pundit, plus five minutes, four ounces of vodka and two olives = millions of blogs: Here are the links to the items that Steve mentioned:’s-sotu-ratings-tank-12-worst-presidency/339116

From PJTV: Vodkapundit’s Week In Blogs

Friday, January 20th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

One man, four minutes of video, three ounces of vodka = millions of blogs, all boiled down to one video: Here are the links to the items that Steve mentioned:  

PJTV: Vodkapundit’s Week in Blogs

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

One man, one Martini, four minutes, millions of blogs: Here are the links to the items that Steve mentioned:!/MelissaTweets/status/156890848842354688

Audio: Dr. Helen & Amy Alkon on Men’s Issues

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 - by Helen Smith

My interview with Advice Goddess Amy Alkon on men’s issues is now up at Blog Talk Radio. You can listen to us discuss paternity fraud, men’s reproductive rights (or lack thereof), domestic violence, and how men can learn to survive in a female-centered world: Listen to internet radio with amyalkon on Blog Talk Radio

From PJTV: VodkaPundit’s Year In Blogs

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle

You give Stephen Green seven minutes and 30 seconds and a swanky Rat Pack-era shawl-collared tuxedo, and he’ll show you what the entire Blogosphere was up to in all of 2011. In video form. Is that a bargain, or what? (Don’t everybody flash their uptwinkles at once…) Here are the links to the items that […]

Questions Needed for Blog Talk Radio on Men’s Issues

Friday, December 30th, 2011 - by Helen Smith

I will be a guest on Amy Alkon’s radio show on Sunday, January 1st at 4:30 Eastern and our topic will be men’s issues with a focus on paternity rights and relationships. For example, why do men have so few paternity rights? Should you get a DNA test? Why is fatherhood so unpopular that young […]

The 10 Biggest Failures Of 2011

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 - by John Hawkins

10. The Walking Dead: Season 2: The first season of The Walking Dead was the best thing to happen to sci-fi fans since Buffy the Vampire Slayer went off the air. People loved the series so much that the second season premiere set a ratings record. Unfortunately, it was all downhill from there. A group […]