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  • Abortionist not disturbed by seeing mutilated children “not deluded about what this process is”

    08/26/2014 6:08:09 AM PDT · by wagglebee · 11 replies
    Live Action News ^ | 8/25/14 | Lauren Enriquez
    A recent story at Esquire chronicled the abortion practice of Willie Parker, an abortionist who commutes from Chicago to Mississippi to commit abortions at the state’s last abortion mill. Mississippi is devoid of any abortionists of its own who are capable of obtaining hospital admitting privileges, a requirement now mandated by law in several states. Consequently, Parker — who boasts an unusually clean record for an abortionist, and was able to obtain privileges nearby — travels to the South to fill in.Esquire calls Parker’s practice a “ministry,” playing off of the abortionist’s professed Christianity. The author chose to conclude the...
  • Military officer calls for nationwide gun-grab

    12/05/2013 5:34:33 PM PST · by marktwain · 94 replies
    Gun Rights Examiner ^ | 4 December, 2013 | David Codrea
    A firestorm has been started on Esquire’s The Politics Blog with a Tuesday opinion piece by Lt. Col. Robert Bateman titled “It’s time to talk about guns and the Supreme Court.” He not only takes SCOTUS and Justice Antonin Scalia to task for their Heller decision interpretation of the Second Amendment, but goes on to propose citizen disarmament edicts that dispense with false assurances given by some in the gun ban camp that nobody wants to take our guns away. Bateman does, big time, and makes no bones about it. In a way, he’s done us a service by giving...
  • Esquire Bungles 9/11 'Falling Man' Photo

    09/11/2013 6:04:32 PM PDT · by Biggirl · 69 replies
    Breitbart ^ | September 11, 2013 | John Nolte
    NPR's Emily Kaiser tweeted out a portion of Esquire's website Wednesday morning. Though it has since been fixed, on the twelfth anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks, this is what Esquire readers woke up to -- the unforgettable photo of a World Trade Center worker who has just leapt to his death next to a cutesy blurb about "Making Your Morning Commute Look More Stylish".
  • Al Qaeda's Inspire magazine confused with Esquire at Guantanamo hearing

    06/21/2013 6:05:31 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 2 replies
    Al Qaeda's Inspire magazine confused with Esquire at Guantanamo hearing By Jane Sutton GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba | Fri Jun 21, 2013 8:41pm EDT (Reuters) - An Arabic-English interpreter confused the al Qaeda magazine Inspire with the gentlemen's magazine Esquire during a pretrial hearing in the Guantanamo war crimes tribunal on Friday. The mix-up came in a hearing for five prisoners who could face execution if convicted of launching the September 11, 2001, hijacked plane attacks that killed 2,976 people and propelled the United States into a global war against al Qaeda. A week-long hearing has focused on...
  • The Lethal Presidency of Barack Obama

    05/23/2013 4:39:49 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 18 replies
    Esquire ^ | May 23, 2013 | Tom Junod
    Sure, we as a nation have always killed people. A lot of people. But no president has ever waged war by killing enemies one by one, targeting them individually for execution, wherever they are. The Obama administration has taken pains to tell us, over and over again, that they are careful, scrupulous of our laws, and determined to avoid the loss of collateral, innocent lives. They're careful because when it comes to waging war on individuals, the distinction between war and murder becomes a fine one. Especially when, on occasion, the individuals we target are Americans and when, in one...
  • South Carolina 'Tribal', 'A Cult': Esquire Politics Editor

    05/07/2013 1:51:32 PM PDT · by servo1969 · 14 replies ^ | 5-7-2013 | NB Staff
    Have liberals already conceded defeat in today's South Carolina special election? Though polls show the race a true toss-up, some Democrats are attacking not just Republicans, but smearing the entire state as well. During today's Stephanie Miller Show, guest Charlie Pierce of Esquire Magazine slammed the Palmetto State as "tribal", "a cult" and the ultimate dig, "religious"! From the program: [video] STEPHANIE MILLER (07 May 2013): The cogent point in your headline “South Carolina is still South Carolina. JIM WARD: Ha ha ha ha! STEPHANIE MILLER: Obviously the latest poll had Mark Sanford ahead, right? CHARLIE PIERCE: And you know...
  • Commander denies SEAL's claim made in Esquire article

    02/15/2013 8:56:51 AM PST · by Responsibility2nd · 14 replies
    NBC News ^ | 02/14/2013 | By Jim Miklaszewski and Courtney Kube, NBC News
    The commander of the Naval Special Warfare Command denies allegations made in an Esquire feature article that the SEAL team member who claims he first shot Osama bin Laden was left in the dark about what benefits were available to him after he left the service. "This former SEAL made a deliberate and informed decision to leave the Navy several years short of retirement status," Rear Adm. Sean Pybus, commander of Naval Special Warfare Command, wrote in a statement. "Months ahead of his separation, he was counseled on status and benefits, and provided with options to continue his career until...
  • Obama's Administration Killed a 16-Year-Old American, Didn't Say Anything About It. This Is Justice?

    07/09/2012 4:13:25 PM PDT · by lbryce · 48 replies
    Esquire ^ | July 9. 2012 | Tom Junod
    In the August issue, Tom Junod examines an entirely new application of power on the part of the president — the targeted killing of individuals deemed to be threats to the country. So far, thousands have been killed, most prominent among them Osama bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki. The decisions to target are made and the lethal missions are carried out without any public accountability, even when those targeted are Americans and even when, on one occasion, one of those Americans was a teenager. Over the course of this week, Junod considers five of the larger implications of his story...
  • Newt Gingrich: Pro-Life But Says Life Begins at Implantation

    12/02/2011 9:51:20 AM PST · by BarnacleCenturion · 84 replies ^ | 12/2/11 | Steven Ertelt
    In a new interview with Jake Tapper of ABC News, Gingrich said human life begins at implantation rather than conception, which science has established as the starting point for human life. Tapper asked him, “Abortion is a big issue here in Iowa among conservative Republican voters and Rick Santorum has said you are inconsistent. The big argument here is that you have supported in the past embryonic stem cell research and you made a comment about how these fertilized eggs, these embryos are not yet “pre-human” because they have not been implanted. This has upset conservatives in this state who...
  • Birthers Sue Esquire Over Parody, Seeking More than $200 Million

    06/29/2011 2:36:33 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 27 replies ^ | June 29, 2011 | Jeff Bercovici
    Farah, the CEO of, and Corsi, author of “Where’s the Birth Certificate? The Case That Barack Obama Is Not Eligible to Be President,” have filed suit against Hearst, Esquire magazine and writer Mark Warren over a satirical article that they say defamed them and damaged their business interests. They’re seeking compensatory damages of $100 million and punitive damages of $20 million, plus legal costs. [Update: As a commenter points out, that's only for one of the five counts; the full amount sought totals more than $285 million.]
  • National mag publishes fabricated report attacking Corsi book

    05/18/2011 11:47:30 AM PDT · by patriot453 · 44 replies
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 5/18/11 | WorldNetDaily
    A major national publication that endorsed Barack Obama for president in 2008 today published a completely fabricated news story claiming Jerome Corsi's new best-selling "Where's the Birth Certificate," published by WND Books, has been disavowed by the publisher and taken out of stores nationwide, with refunds offered to purchasers. Esquire, established in 1932, alleged on its website today under a "BREAKING" headline that Corsi's book was "pulled from shelves!" Media are calling WND from around the world about the false report. WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah confirmed he never spoke to Esquire. "Never uttered these words or anything remotely...
  • Joseph Farah says he may sue Esquire for ‘parody’ story on Jerome Corsi book

    05/18/2011 9:52:01 AM PDT · by STARWISE · 80 replies
    DailyCaller/YahooNews ^ | 5-18-11 | Chris Moody
    An article on Esquire magazine’s website, claiming that the publisher of Jerome Corsi’s new book about President Obama’s birth certificate is pulling it from bookstores, may have been written as a parody, but not everyone is laughing. The Esquire story, written by Mark Warren, spread across the Internet moments after being posted on the magazine’s website Wednesday morning. Esquire has said it was a joke and Warren told TheDC he has no regrets about posting it. “He is an execrable piece of ****,” Warren said of Corsi.
  • Jerome Corsi's Book Pulled From Shelves (Corsi says blatant lie)

    05/18/2011 8:53:45 AM PDT · by jeffo · 113 replies
    Esquire.Com ^ | 5/18/2011 | Mark Warren
    In a stunning development one day after the release of Where's the Birth Certificate? The Case that Barack Obama is not Eligible to be President, by Dr. Jerome Corsi, World Net Daily Editor and Chief Executive Officer Joseph Farah has announced plans to recall and pulp the entire 200,000 first printing run of the book, as well as announcing an offer to refund the purchase price to anyone who has already bought either a hard copy or electronic download of the book. Read more:
  • Why Does Roger Ailes Hate America? (Esquire hit piece - Dinosaur Media DeathWatch™)

    01/18/2011 9:41:05 AM PST · by abb · 46 replies
    Esquire ^ | January 18, 2011 | Tom Junod
    Why Does Roger Ailes Hate America? An exclusive and unbiased investigation into the highly paid operative of a foreign-born tycoon, a man who reengineered political and media culture and fomented a revolt that threatens the very stability of our country By Tom Junod Today, here at Esquire — and only at Esquire, because only Esquire has the guts to tell you this story — we're going to tell you about a man you need to know a little better, maybe a lot better: a man named Roger Ailes. Maybe you've heard of Mr. Ailes. As the chairman and CEO of...
  • Esquire: Wow, Obama’s really lost his mojo

    11/04/2010 11:07:04 AM PDT · by RobinMasters · 32 replies
    Hot Air ^ | NOVEMBER 4, 2010 | ED MORRISSEY
    Tom Junod’s eulogy for Barack Obama’s mystique in Esquire indulges in overwrought excuse-seeking and ultimately misses the obvious conclusion, but it’s notable for recognition of one central fact: Obama as President has been the Incredible Shrinking Man, and in more than one way. Not only does Obama seem incapable of offering soaring rhetoric that engages and inspires millions now –as Junod puts it, he no longer seems born to fill stadiums like a rock star — but the rhetoric Obama does offer makes it seem that Obama can’t even engage himself. As the Anointed Obama vanishes, all that’s left is...
  • Three Major Endorsements of Health Courts (NYT Columnist David Brooks & Esquire Magazine)

    11/01/2010 2:52:56 PM PDT · by Libloather · 6 replies · 1+ views
    Yahoo ^ | 11/01/10
    Three Major Endorsements of Health CourtsNew York Times Columnist David Brooks, the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, and Esquire Magazine Endorse Special Courts NEW YORK, Nov. 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Three major endorsements of health courts (also called medical courts) have recently emerged, as the nation grapples with ever-rising health care costs and the reality that better care at a lower cost is needed. In his October 28th column in The New York Times, David Brooks endorsed medical courts, writing: "Companies like Ford cut wasteful spending while doubling down on productive investment. That's exactly what the nation has to...
  • Men's pants sizes not accurate, but 'vanity'

    09/13/2010 7:46:29 AM PDT · by tlb · 67 replies · 1+ views
    wabc ^ | September 09, 2010 | staff
    Esquire Magazine discovered a secret technique used in the pants making industry called "vanity sizing," a merchandizing trick of sizes that make you feel good and want to buy the clothes. Eyewitness News bought four pairs of labeled 36-inch waist pants from different retailers. Old Navy's pants measured 39 inches and H&M at 39.5 inches, while Banana Republic and The Gap both came in at 40 inches. Esquire Magazine's own test measured H&M's size 36-inch dress pants as 37 inches, Calvin Klein's Dylan pant as 38.5 inches, and The Gap as 39 inches. The worst was Old Navy, coming in...
  • Newt Gingrich's Skeletons: His Past Wives

    08/12/2010 5:17:49 AM PDT · by afraidfortherepublic · 106 replies
    Politics Daily ^ | 8-12-10 | Sarah Wildman
    Newt Gingrich is a phoenix. He's risen again and again from political ashes and appears to be ascendant once more. Rumored to be running for president in 2012, Gingrich is an icon in the Republican Party, an eminence grise at a time of lost leadership. His fall from grace in the late 1990s seems a blip, rather than a political ending. Thus the cover story in Esquire Magazine, September issue, written by John H. Richardson. If anyone knows something about Newt Gingrich, it is his former wife, Marianne, and Richardson scored an interview with her. She is someone with a...
  • The Esquire Survey of America's Republican Elite

    02/13/2010 9:29:05 AM PST · by DogByte6RER · 24 replies · 837+ views
    Esquire ^ | February 11, 2010 | Esquire
    The Esquire Survey of America's Republican Elite Promised anonymity, 75 Republican-party leaders respond to questions about Glenn Beck, a flat tax, who should run in 2012, their favorite Democrat, and much more (Go to the link provided to read the survey results.)
  • Esquire Magazine -Janet Napolitano is one of the Best 75 People in the World!(obligatory BARF alert)

    09/26/2009 6:03:19 PM PDT · by machogirl · 91 replies · 2,193+ views
    Esquire Magazine ^ | September 14, 2009 | anonymous (would you want to admit this)
    The 75 Best People in the World Buzz up! There are many more do-gooders, but these particular men and women — because of their talent, achievements, virtue, and two other essential qualifications (having to do with puppies and drinking) — make us happy Read more: Janet Napolitano She's wrestling with the biggest mess in government: the Department of Homeland Security. And she has the best smile in the Cabinet. Read more:
  • Mexico's health care better than US?

    09/26/2009 6:26:02 PM PDT · by machogirl · 56 replies · 1,086+ views
    Esquire Magazine ^ | Sept. 22, 2009 | John H. Richardson
    The Other Public Option: In Search of Better Health Care Abroad Buzz up! Lessons from medical tourism provide a wake-up call in the aftermath of "You lie!": We're worried about offering insurance to Mexicans, but it's Mexico that wants to give us its best medical care. It's not just Joe Wilson who thinks illegal aliens might get health insurance if we — God forbid! — extend health insurance to all Americans. A lot of people do, apparently. So as Max Baucus and Co. begin work today to find more ways to kill the public option ("Who's really supporting it, other...
  • Todd Palin Is the Man for America Now

    04/14/2009 1:36:21 AM PDT · by SolidWood · 11 replies · 1,527+ views
    Esquire ^ | April 13, 2009 | Luke Dittrich
    Todd Palin Is the Man for America Now Buzz up! His eighteen-year-old daughter is about to go into labor; his future son-in-law's mother was just busted for dealing OxyContin; his snowmachine still isn't ready for the two-thousand-mile Iron Dog race; little Trig needs to be changed; Willow needs to be picked up from school; his wife won't be home for hours; and now, for some reason, Wasilla PD is banging on the door. But fear not. He can handle this.
  • Prince Charles named world's best dressed man - Beats Obama

    03/05/2009 10:06:08 AM PST · by Notoriously Conservative · 27 replies · 670+ views ^ | 03/05/09 | Notoriously Conservative/London AFP
    LONDON (AFP) – Prince Charles has beaten off competition from US President Barack Obama to be named the world's best dressed man by Esquire magazine. "He is perfectly turned out in a double-breasted suit. Admirably, the prince keeps his wardrobe in appropriate style: we're told he has a room laid out like a tailor's shop," the men's magazine said.No... No... Nooooo!!! This can't be! Everyone knows Obama is the most handsome man/omnipotent being the world has ever known! How dare Esquire Magazine, how dare them... Oh, also, who gives a flying rat's butt who Esquire says is the best dressed...
  • Sarah Palin: What I've Learned

    02/05/2009 2:02:24 PM PST · by curth · 7 replies · 706+ views
    Esquire ^ | February 5, 2009 | Ryan D'Agostino
    Sarah Palin: What I've Learned The full-length version of our controversial interview with Alaska's governor (first excerpted here last month) reveals the former vice-presidential candidate's perspective on John McCain's choices, her daughter's marriage, God's guidance, and her perceived "hotness." UPDATE: Scroll down for Web-only quotes on wisecracks, American priorities, and more.
  • (CENTCOM's Admiral)Fallon didn't get it

    03/12/2008 5:08:59 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 36 replies · 1,146+ views
    The Los Angeles Times ^ | March 12, 2008 | Max Boot
    To see why Tuesday's "retirement" of Navy Adm. William "Fox" Fallon as head of U.S. Central Command is good news, all you have to do is look at the Esquire profile that brought about his downfall. Its author, Thomas P.M. Barnett, a former professor at the Naval War College, presents a fawning portrait of the admiral -- a service he previously performed for Donald Rumsfeld. But evidence of Fallon's supposed "strategic brilliance" is notably lacking. For example, Barnett notes Fallon's attempt to banish the phrase "the Long War" (created by his predecessor) because it "signaled a long haul that Fallon...
  • One of Us (John McCain Profile by Esquire, Part 1 and 2)

    02/19/2008 3:14:50 PM PST · by CutePuppy · 11 replies · 97+ views
    Esquire ^ | August, 2006 and February 7, 2008 | Chris Jones
    One of Us, Part 1 ..... The way it felt yesterday, the way it will feel again next week, when his immigration bill will pass, when, after his colleagues vote in favor of cloture -- in favor of limiting further debate and voting on this difficult, tempestuous thing -- he will stand in front of a gang of reporters alongside an unlikely coalition: senators Graham, Specter, Martinez, and Obama, shoulder to shoulder, and they will heap the praise on him that the students of the New School and hundreds of angry citizens on his office phones did not. And from...
  • What Makes a FReeper a FReeper?

    08/21/2007 9:43:30 AM PDT · by Bob J · 266 replies · 5,249+ views
    FR | 8-21-07 | Bob J
    I often wondered what exactly makes a FReeper a FReeper? Is it the simple act of reading articles on FR? Do you have to post articles or replies? To call yourself a FReeper do you need to engage in effective activism like writing letters to politicians, getting out in the street to carry signs, or, is being a FReeper an attitude. If so, what attitude is that? Knock yourself out.
  • Esquire Names Sexiest Woman Alive: John Edwards

    07/22/2007 11:09:00 AM PDT · by enough_idiocy · 68 replies · 3,122+ views
    Ace of Spades HQ ^ | July 21, 2007 | Ace
    See the pic here
  • Katie Couric: 'My God, I'm So Boring' (Tells Esquire Magazine: "Bite me!"

    12/20/2006 6:35:03 AM PST · by SkyPilot · 31 replies · 1,465+ views
    Newsmax ^ | 19 Dec 06 | None given
    Katie Couric: 'My God, I'm So Boring' Katie Couric says the job of anchoring the "CBS Evening News” is "a little harder than I thought it would be.” In an interview for the January issue of Esquire magazine, Couric also says she feels "in a bit of a box,” and complains that "some people out there are rooting for me to fail.” Couric noted that Esquire itself criticized her after her September debut: "You guys even take a shot at me. You have something in the November issue, something about how since I’ve become an anchor you don’t know me...
  • Esquire writer draws sentence of hours in mountain lion case

    06/19/2006 1:41:57 AM PDT · by Marius3188 · 11 replies · 599+ views
    arizona daily star ^ | June 16, 2006 | Arizona Daily Star
    A journalist who interfered with a 2004 mountain lion hunt in Sabino Canyon was sentenced last week to less than one day in jail. John H. Richardson, a writer-at-large for Esquire magazine, pleaded guilty to one count of interfering with a forest officer. He was sentenced June 5, according to a U.S. Attorney's Office news release. Richardson, 51, was arrested in March 2004 with two animal activists associated with Earth First. At that time, Sabino Canyon was closed while authorities tried to capture several mountain lions. The activists, Rodney Coronado, 39, and Matt Crozier, 33, were each convicted of one...
  • NAVAHOAX. Paper uncovers major literary hoax

    01/25/2006 10:22:06 AM PST · by meandog · 30 replies · 1,526+ views
    LA Weekly ^ | Matthew Fleisher
    In June of 1999 a writer calling himself Nasdijj emerged from obscurity to publish an ode to his adopted son in Esquire. “My son is dead,” he began. “I didn’t say my adopted son is dead. He was my son. My son was a Navajo. He lived six years. They were the best six years of my life.” The boy’s name was Tommy Nothing Fancy and Nasdijj wrote that he and his wife adopted Tommy as an infant and raised him in their home on the Navajo reservation. At first, Tommy seemed like a healthy baby, albeit one who consistently...
  • Who the Hell Is Ronnie Earle? ("Still unbathed, unshaved, and unopposed.")

    09/28/2005 9:09:42 PM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 37 replies · 2,248+ views
    Esquire:Feature ^ | March 2005, Volume 143, Issue 3 | By John H. Richardson
    He's a Texas lawman. Next question: Then why are House majority leader Tom Delay,the Republican party, and some of the biggest corporations in the country so afraid of him? Today started with lawyers for a big-shot Washington fundraiser and a couple of large corporations who showed up in court for a quick legal version of whining and moaning, asking for a continuance until...well, never would be good. Then he had three quick staff meetings to plot his strategy for climbing the ladder of evidence to Tom DeLay, the most powerful and vindictive man in Congress. Now an assistant comes in...
  • Esquire Poll Gives Bush Low Marks for Sex Appeal

    04/15/2005 5:21:42 AM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 96 replies · 1,730+ views
    Reuters ^ | April 14, 2005
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - He may be leader of the free world and Time magazine's "Person of the Year," but a new international survey of women makes certain that President Bush is far from being the sexiest man alive. In a recent online poll conducted by Esquire magazine, 11,000 women in 15 countries were asked to rate Bush's sex appeal on a scale of one to 10, and America's commander-in-chief failed to register much more than a two. Women in Australia, Germany and the Netherlands were the harshest judges of George W.'s sexual allure, giving him an average rating of...
  • Esquire apology heartens Buckley

    01/19/2005 7:19:53 AM PST · by Pikamax · 17 replies · 1,930+ views
    Ny Daily News ^ | 01/19/05 | lloyd grove
    Esquire apology heartens Buckley For William F. Buckley Jr. - who waged, with Gore Vidal, one of the last century's more famous literary feuds - victory is sweeter the second time around. Yesterday, 79-year-old Buckley was crowing over Esquire magazine's abjectly apologetic "Open Letter" in the February issue, saying the mag "greatly regrets" including an old Vidal polemic, "A Distasteful Encounter With William F. Buckley Jr.," in a recent anthology. When the Vidal essay was originally printed in 1969 - after the two debaters exchanged televised insults during the raucous 1968 Democratic convention - Buckley successfully sued the magazine for...
  • In Search of Liberal Castaways

    01/14/2004 2:45:05 AM PST · by swilhelm73 · 3 replies · 307+ views
    American Spectator ^ | 1/14/2004 | George Neumayr
    Journalist Ron Suskind is one-stop shopping for Bush administration castaways. But what if John DiIulio -- Suskind gave him a platform in Esquire magazine in 2002 to call the administration "the reign of the Mayberry Machiavellis" -- and Paul O'Neill had been shopping a conservative critique of Bush? Would Suskind have cracked open his notebook? Not likely. Few events excite liberal journalists more than the inevitable defection of an "insider" from a Republican administration, provided that the defector is a liberal who is telling the media what it wants to hear. What interests the Suskinds are not conservative defectors but...

    12/09/2002 7:51:25 AM PST · by dirtboy · 21 replies · 267+ views
    Philadelphia Daily News ^ | 12/9/2002 | JOHN J. DiIULIO JR.
    I CAN SEE from the Daily News' Friday editorial ("A Penn professor gets a lesson from Bush") that you are puzzled, dismayed and disappointed by my statements of last Monday concerning the Esquire magazine article. You may not like or accept my reasons, but I will give them. Sixteen months ago, I left the White House after serving the half-year I publicly said I would when I took the job. I stayed just long enough to complete the only task at which I had any special skill, namely "Unlevel Playing Field," a study exploring how government discriminates against grassroots religious...
  • Former Aide Tones Down Criticism of Bush

    12/02/2002 2:14:48 PM PST · by Leroy S. Mort · 35 replies · 570+ views
    AP ^ | Dec 2, 2002
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Politics and re-election concerns rule the White House at the expense of good public policy, says a former aide to President Bush. Not so, White House spokesman Ari Fleischer said Monday, dismissing comments from John J. DiIulio as ``baseless and groundless.''DiIulio issued two statements, the first generally standing by his criticism, the second - similar to Fleischer's comment - calling his own allegations ``groundless and baseless due to poorly chosen words and examples.''DiIulio, a Democrat who led the White House office of faith-based initiatives until August 2001, said in an interview with Esquire magazine: ``There is no...
  • Esquire calls DiCaprio ‘womanish’

    11/04/2004 8:44:04 PM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 42 replies · 1,356+ views
    In a poll in its annual “Women We Love” issue, Esquire magazine named Leonardo DiCaprio Hollywood’s most “womanish” man. Lovely Leo easily trounced juicy Justin Timberlake and beauteous Brad Pitt for the title of celebritydom’s most womanly man.
  • The Case Against George W. Bush By Ron Reagan (Esquire Essay) Barf Alert!

    07/30/2004 5:41:59 PM PDT · by lowbridge · 24 replies · 1,285+ views
    Esquire magazine ^ | Ron Reagan
    Just in case the above link stops working in the future, I found the Ron Reagan essay in Esquire magazine cross posted in it's entirety to quite a few newsgroups: Essay Or: Essay Related thread here: RON REAGAN RIPS BUSH IN ESQUIRE ESSAY
  • The Case for George W. Bush (Excellent article from a Lefty magazine, LONG READ).

    07/29/2004 11:10:58 PM PDT · by Gforce11 · 10 replies · 1,565+ views
    Esquire ^ | Aug 01 '04 | by Tom Junod
    The Case for George W. Bush i.e., what if he's right? by Tom Junod | Aug 01 '04 Page 1 of 3 It happened again this morning. I saw a picture of our president—my president—and my feelings about him were instantly rekindled. The picture was taken after his speech to the graduating seniors at the Air Force Academy. He was wearing a dark suit, a light-blue tie, and a white shirt. His unsmiling visage was grim and purposeful, in pointed contrast to the face of the elaborately uniformed cadet standing next to him, which was lit up with a cocky...

    10/10/2003 7:42:49 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 36 replies · 1,171+ views
    NY Post ^ | October 10, 2003 | Dick Johnson
    <p>WHILE men the world over drooled over the latest cover of Esquire, which featured Britney Spears mimicking a famed 1966 Angie Dickinson photo, Spears herself was livid. Sources say the singer - who appears in less and less clothing with each successive magazine cover - was "humiliated" by her bottom-baring pose, which had her standing sideways in a skin-tight sweater and white stilettos. The photo was shot by James White for Esquire's "70 Years of Women We Love" issue. "Britney thinks the pictures are too naked and is really angry at Esquire," a magazine insider said. "But really, is she out of her mind? I mean, her brother was at the shoot. Exploited? Is she crazy? Look at the photos she has done for everyone else. The Rolling Stone cover was practically naked, too - but she wasn't exploited by them?" Relations between Esquire and Spears have been frosty ever since editor David Granger thought he had an exclusive on the pop tart - and then she posed for other magazines without telling him. A rep for Spears declined comment.</p>

    08/09/2003 4:35:56 AM PDT · by Liz · 14 replies · 231+ views
    Post Wire Services ^ | August 9, 2003- | NY POST STAFF
    <p>Esquire killed Jayson Blair's first writing assignment since The New York Times scandal because Blair's notoriety is old news, the magazine said yesterday. Blair, 27, was hired by Esquire to write a review of a movie based on "Shattered Glass," a story by another disgraced journalist, Stephen Glass.</p>
  • Esquire Cancels Writing Assignment by NY Times Plagiarist Jayson Blair

    08/08/2003 5:07:48 PM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 2 replies · 205+ views
    Esquire Cancels Writing Assignment by Former New York Times Reporter Who Plagiarized The Associated Press Published: Aug 8, 2003 NEW YORK (AP) - Esquire has canceled a movie review it commissioned former New York Times reporter Jayson Blair to write, the magazine said Friday. Blair, who resigned from the Times after editors learned he had embellished and plagiarized parts of dozens of reports, was to have reviewed "Shattered Glass," a film about another journalist found to have fabricated stories, Stephen Glass. David Granger, editor in chief of the 68-year-old men's magazine, said Esquire reversed its decision after news of Blair's...
  • Guess who's reviewing a movie on MEDIA FRAUD......

    07/25/2003 4:17:31 PM PDT · by Lizavetta · 9 replies · 153+ views | July 25, 2003
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Disgraced journalist Jayson Blair, who resigned from The New York Times over his fraudulent reporting, has been commissioned to write a magazine review of a film about another famed media fraud. Blair has been commissioned by Esquire to write a movie review of "Shattered Glass," a film about Stephen Glass, who admittedly made up sources and whole stories while a staff writer at The New Republic, the magazine confirmed on Friday. "We thought it was a clever way to do a movie review, to have the most infamous fabricator review another infamous fabricator," said Esquire editor-in-chief...
  • THE WRITE STUFF (Jayson Blair)

    07/25/2003 1:54:16 AM PDT · by kattracks · 13 replies · 212+ views
    New York Post ^ | 7/25/03 | KEITH J. KELLY
    <p>July 25, 2003 -- Jayson Blair is getting back into the journalism game already.</p> <p>The disgraced former New York Times reporter has landed two plum assignments, one from Esquire and another from Jane.</p> <p>He'll be reviewing the new Stephen Glass movie for Esquire and writing about workplace pressures for Jane.</p>
  • Disgraced NY Times reporter gets Esquire writing gig (Jason Blair Alert!)

    07/25/2003 1:36:20 PM PDT · by presidio9 · 9 replies · 233+ views
    AFP ^ | Fri, Jul 25, 2003
    The disgraced former New York Times reporter Jayson Blair will review a movie profiling another journalist who was exposed as a serial fabricator for men's magazine Esquire, a spokesman for the magazine said. AFP/NYT-HO/File Photo Blair has been commissioned to write an 800-word review of "Shattered Glass," the story of Stephen Glass, a one-time staff writer for the New Republic and freelancer for titles such as Rolling Stone, Harper's and George. By the mid-90s, Glass' articles had turned him into one of the most sought-after young journalists in Washington, but he left the current events and policy magazine under a...
  • Bikini Clad J-Lo Teases the 2004 Dem Candidates [The 9 Dwarves Cant Even Merit an Esquire Cover]

    07/03/2003 8:58:51 AM PDT · by ewing · 133 replies · 1,966+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | July 3, 2003 | Mark Shanahan and Carol Beggy
    Esquire Magazine's August edition features some revealing photographs of the 2004 Democratic Presidential contenders in what they consdier their natural elements, but the good editors at the magazine were smart enough to know that it would take more sizzle to attract readers.That may explain why they slapped a picture of actress Jennifer Lopez --clad in a bikini--on the cover.J-Lo's pinup shot leads readers into the features about the candidates, in which Sen. John Kerry is photographed in his Washington townhouse, talking on the phone while his wife Teresa, sits perched on his wingback chair with a cup of tea in...
  • The DiIulio Dilemma: The Esquire quotes reveal some of Bush's in-house critics.

    12/04/2002 8:26:02 AM PST · by xsysmgr · 19 replies · 242+ views
    National Review Online ^ | December 4, 2002 | Byron York
    The flap over former Bush White House adviser John DiIulio's cutting criticisms of his former colleagues, followed by his earnest, near-groveling apology — all stemming from a still-to-be-published article in the January issue of Esquire magazine — has obscured another, perhaps more newsworthy aspect of the story.In the piece, a preview of which is available on Esquire's website, DiIulio ridicules the "Mayberry Machiavellis" in the White House, whom he defined, in a letter to the writer Ron Suskind, as the "staff, senior and junior, who consistently talked and acted as if the height of political sophistication consisted in reducing...
  • Former White House Aid turns on Rove

    12/01/2002 4:11:48 PM PST · by Arkie2 · 829 replies · 441+ views
    FORMER TOP WHITE HOUSE AIDE TURNS ON ROVE; CLAIMS ALL DECISIONS ARE POLITICIZED An article in upcoming editions of ESQUIRE magazine quotes a former top aide at the White House as saying there is a void of substantive policy-making within the Bush administration. The former aide claims all decisions are politicized by Bush's top adviser Karl Rove, and that the policy staff is afraid to confront him. Fancy media outlets are prepping stories on the ESQUIRE effort, newsroom sources tell the DRUDGE REPORT. Impacting Monday...
  • OK, Johnny, you can shut up now

    04/30/2002 5:48:15 AM PDT · by mikeb704 · 22 replies · 1,431+ views
    Oak Lawn (IL) Reporter ^ | 5/2/02 | Michael M. Bates
    Johnny Carson kept much of America laughing for 30 years. As the host of The Tonight Show, he ruled the late night airwaves with a rapier wit and a guest list that wouldn’t stop. Carson gracefully retired about a decade ago, and has stayed pretty much out of the public eye. That ends this week, as Esquire magazine publishes an extended interview with him. On Monday the Drudge Report carried an exclusive about the article. In it, Carson criticizes Fox Broadcasting for being excessively patriotic in its coverage of this year’s Super Bowl. Johnny is quoted: "It’s nice to live...