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  • Gay NFL player Michael Sam kisses boyfriend as he wins GQ Man of the Year award

    12/05/2014 7:42:44 AM PST · by C19fan · 56 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | December 5, 2014 | Steve Hopkins
    The NFL's first openly gay player, Michael Sam, has been named Man of the Year by men's magazine GQ, and celebrated the accolade by planting a kiss on his partner Vito Cammisano. Sam, who was drafted into the St Louis Rams earlier this year, took home the award at a ceremony at West Hollywood's Chateau Marmont last night. Other stars in contention for the prize were Chris Pratt, Steve Carell, Dave Chappelle, Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley.
  • Hollywood celebrity looks forward to religion being treated like racism

    04/09/2014 3:40:02 PM PDT · by markomalley · 34 replies
    Protect the Pope ^ | 4/9/2014 | M Donnelly
    <p>‘as time goes on, weirdly, I’m growing less liberal. I’m more like, ‘No, religion is ruining the world, you need to stop!’.</p>
  • Duck Dynasty and the GQ Interview of Phil Robertson: Rejecting Political Correctness

    12/19/2013 5:46:18 AM PST · by tcg · 59 replies
    Catholic Online ^ | 12/19/13 | Keith A Fournier
    Duck Dynasty is one of our favorite television programs. Obviously, we are not alone. Duck Dynasty has been a ratings success for the A&E television network. It averages 14 million viewers an episode. The question the main stream media should really be asking is - why? Maybe, just maybe, if they paid attention, they might learn something about this wonderful Nation and the longing in the human hearts of real, regular folks. Perhaps if political observers paid attention, they might actually recognize a growing resistance movement... I am tired of the agendas of the Cultural Revolution winding their way into...
  • ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Phil Robertson Fired Following Anti-Gay Remarks

    12/18/2013 4:47:00 PM PST · by Blue Turtle · 649 replies
    Variety ^ | Dec. 18, 2013 | AJ Marechal
    <p>A+E Networks, parent company of A&E, has released the following statement to Variety: “We are extremely disappointed to have read Phil Robertson’s comments in GQ, which are based on his own personal beliefs and are not reflected in the series Duck Dynasty. His personal views in no way reflect those of A+E Networks, who have always been strong supporters and champions of the LGBT community.”</p>
  • GQ’s List Of Least InfluentialCelebrities Includes Obama

    11/25/2013 3:12:04 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 6 replies
    kwtx.com ^ | 11/25/13
    Dennis Rodman, 52, has been named GQ's No. 1 least influential celebrity of 2013. The former basketball player, who has visited Kim Jong Un in North Korea, was the top pick in the magazine's third annual list of the least influential celebrities. The list also includes twerking pop star Miley Cyrus, President Barack Obama, and celebrity chef Paula Deen. Rodman said this week he's preparing to return to North Korea late next month for an exhibition basketball tour. The magazine said Mr. Obama came in at No. 17 on the list because "nothing gets done."
  • Obama Named to GQ's "Least Influential People" List

    11/24/2013 12:57:26 PM PST · by EXCH54FE · 15 replies
    Town Hall ^ | Nov 24, 2013 | Christine Rousselle
    As Cortney pointed out, the media still considers the President Obama to be a "celebrity" rather than the leader of the United States. According to the magazine GQ, however, Obama is not even that good of a celebrity: he landed at #17 on their annual list of the 25 Least Influential People. Here's what the magazine had to say about the president: 17. President Obama He can blame Republicans in Congress all he likes and get away with it because congressional Republicans are the worst. But the fact remains that I have spent the majority of this man's presidency watching...
  • Obama Makes GQ's 'Least Influential People of 2013' List: 'A Very Eloquent Hat Stand'

    11/24/2013 11:29:38 AM PST · by Sub-Driver · 29 replies
    Obama Makes GQ's 'Least Influential People of 2013' List: 'A Very Eloquent Hat Stand' By Noel Sheppard Created 11/24/2013 - 1:26pm The news got worse for Barack Obama Sunday: for the second time in three years he made GQ's "Least Influential List." This time the magazine referred to him as "a very eloquent hat stand": He can blame Republicans in Congress all he likes and get away with it because congressional Republicans are the worst. But the fact remains that I have spent the majority of this man's presidency watching bad things happen, then hearing a thoughtful speech about how...
  • Robert Griffin III Deceived by "Gay" Agenda

    08/14/2013 8:57:29 PM PDT · by publius321 · 23 replies
    RG3 makes statements encouraging Homosexual football players to "come out" and appears to be ok with their lifestyle "as a Christian" because we're all sinners. Popular platitudes about Christians being "judgmental" and gay propaganda in the pulpit examined...(video)
  • All Eyez on Him [GQ Interview with Marco Rubio...and the man is GOOD]

    11/19/2012 11:24:08 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 165 replies
    GQ [link only!] | December 2012 issue | Michael Hainey
    http://www.gq.com/news-politics/politics/201212/marco-rubio-interview-gq-december-2012?printable=true&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitte
  • GQ to Marco Rubio: How old is the Earth? (They forgot to ask the abortion-in-case-of-rape question)

    11/19/2012 2:35:17 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 25 replies
    Hotair ^ | 11/18/2012 | AllahPundit
    You need to read the full interview to appreciate how much of a non sequitur this question was. He's going back and forth with the author, Michael Hainey, about the standard post-election fare --- Obama, 2016, his biography --- and then, out of nowhere, "How old do you think the Earth is?" It's not organically part of the conversation but suddenly there it is, and Hainey doesn't follow up on it. It has a distinct check-the-box feel to it, as if either he himself or his editors wanted to make sure that the question was asked but weren't particularly interested...
  • GQ Editor Witnesses the Power of the Holy Spirit

    06/29/2012 8:04:35 PM PDT · by CHRISTIAN DIARIST · 7 replies
    The Christian Diarist ^ | June 29, 2012 | JP
    I was sitting in a waiting room this week when I picked up the June issue of GQ magazine. There really wasn’t much worth reading save for the June “Letter From the Editor,” authored by GQ Editor in Chief Jim Nelson. Nelson began his letter by lamenting that he’s always being called for jury duty; that he always seems to be chosen to actually serve on juries; and that he always hates the experience. The night before his last appearance for jury duty, Nelson wrote, he “said a prayer to baby Jesus…asking him to use his baby Jesus powers and...
  • Ed Schultz Questions Whether Anderson Cooper Behind GQ Putting Him on Least Influencial List

    11/30/2011 5:29:15 PM PST · by Lazlo in PA · 18 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | 11-30-11 | Jack Coleman
    Looks like GQ magazine and CNN's Anderson Cooper have gotten under Ed Schultz's skin. Then again, so many things do. The magazine last week ranked Schultz in a satirical listing of "The 25 Least Influential People Alive," a tally that also included President Obama. (audio clip after page break) Schultz complained about this right out of the gate on his radio show Monday, questioning whether Cooper had persuaded GQ to include him on the list and boasting that his ratings are better than Cooper's and those of Nancy Grace on HLN (audio) -- Here's the big social media news surrounding...
  • Barack Obama and Ed Schultz Make GQ's '25 Least Influential People Alive'

    11/25/2011 1:01:08 PM PST · by fight_truth_decay · 23 replies · 1+ views
    NewsBusters.og ^ | November 25, 2011 | By: Noel Sheppard
    President Barack Obama and MSNBC's Ed Schultz have been named to GQ magazine's annual list of "The 25 Least Influential People Alive." Although not available online yet, TVNewser published a preview Friday:
  • Fox News' Megyn Kelly GQ 'Hot Mama' never slept with Brit Hume Video

    11/21/2010 9:04:25 PM PST · by Steelers6 · 14 replies · 1+ views
    Examiner.com ^ | November 20, 2010 | steeler6
    Mr. Kelly is a very lucky man.
  • Rielle Hunter speaks for the first time in GQ interview about John and Elizabeth Edwards

    03/15/2010 2:39:02 AM PDT · by tlb · 35 replies · 2,342+ views
    Washington Post ^ | March 15, 2010 | Reliable Source
    Hunter says she's still in love with "Johnny" and believes he loves her. That they went to bed together the day they met. That his marriage was "toxic," that he feared "the wrath of Elizabeth." The nearly 10,000-word Q&A is accompanied by photos of Hunter styled as Jennifer Aniston might be for a glossy mag: Glowing skin, blond hair, curled on a bed in a white shirt and strand of pearls, bare-legged with a glimpse of panties. ..she met Edwards in February 2006 outside a New York City hotel, after "a mutual, unusual staring" at each other earlier inside the...
  • Obama Leaves White House Holding GQ Magazine With Himself On The Cover

    11/30/2009 6:56:07 PM PST · by JRochelle · 23 replies · 1,352+ views
    Infidelsparadice.com ^ | 11/25/2009 | Kurt
    Narcissism –noun 1. inordinate fascination with oneself; excessive self-love; vanity. 2. Psychoanalysis. erotic gratification derived from admiration of one’s own physical or mental attributes, being a normal condition at the infantile level of personality development.
  • Caught: Obama photographed with GQ magazine featuring himself

    11/25/2009 2:40:28 PM PST · by Justaham · 47 replies · 2,285+ views
    Obama must really be a narcicist!
  • Obama: "How Do I Love Me?"

    11/25/2009 8:06:02 AM PST · by The Big Feed · 35 replies · 1,346+ views
    The Big Feed ^ | November 25, 2009 | Captain Thurston
    Doh. The narcissist in chief is caught leaving the White House carrying an issue of GQ Magazine...Featuring...Himself.
  • Obama Departs White House With Favorite Reading Material (Narcissist In Chief's favorite subject)

    11/24/2009 3:41:22 PM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 23 replies · 1,407+ views
    JammieWearingFool ^ | Nove. 24, 2009 | JammieWearingFool
    I caught this photo in today's print edition of the New York Post, where they note the president is bringing along his favorite reading material: A recent GQ magazine with himself on the cover. Nothing like stroking your ego on the way to the golf course.
  • Barack Obama named GQ's "Leader of the Year"

    11/17/2009 4:55:46 PM PST · by Justaham · 40 replies · 981+ views
    Politico.com ^ | PATRICK GAVIN
    GQ is set to name President Barack Obama "Leader of the Year" in its forthcoming December issue. The honor is part of GQ's "Men of the Year" roundup which also highlights Clint Eastwood ("Badass of the Year"), Tom Brady ("Comeback of the Year"), the "Hangover" guys ("Funnymen of the Year") and Chris Pine ("Breakout of the Year").
  • The Disappearing Putin GQ Article

    09/14/2009 8:36:00 AM PDT · by fiscon1 · 2 replies · 423+ views
    The Provocateur ^ | 09/14/2009 | Mike Volpe
    My aunt is in town from Russia for a week or so. I spent sometime with her and my mom, her sister, over the weekend. She told me that she and her friends are all buzzing over an article in GQ Magazine that was less than flattering toward Vladimir Putin. The article is supposed to be scathing but that's not why many of her friends were buzzing.
  • An Act of Political Cowardice

    09/14/2009 8:28:37 AM PDT · by fiscon1 · 6 replies · 418+ views
    Gawker ^ | 09/14/2009 | Gabriel Snyder
    In an act of publishing cowardice, Condé Nast has gone to extraordinary lengths to prevent Russians from reading a GQ article criticizing Vladimir Putin. As a public service, we're running it here and ask for your help in translating it.
  • Why 'GQ' Doesn't Want Russians To Read Its Story

    09/05/2009 9:00:18 AM PDT · by em2vn · 6 replies · 700+ views
    Poytner.org ^ | 09-04-09 | David Folkenflik
    For war journalist Scott Anderson, the most confounding part of his recent assignment for GQ magazine to explore the root of terrorist acts in Russia a decade ago wasn't the suggestion of treachery and subterfuge he found. Scott Anderson, a veteran war correspondent Enlarge Timothy Fadek/Polaris Scott Anderson, a veteran war correspondent, says he's disappointed GQ was frightened of circulating his story. "If you're worried about repercussions and you bow to them, you're basically surrendering to the other side." Scott Anderson, a veteran war correspondent Timothy Fadek/Polaris Scott Anderson, a veteran war correspondent, says he's disappointed GQ was frightened of...
  • The Cougar in Chief - (New low: GQ suggests Palin is promiscuous)

    05/31/2009 9:15:06 AM PDT · by SolidWood · 55 replies · 2,364+ views
    Men Style GQ | May 31, 2009 | GQ
    GQ Men Style: Palin - Cougar in Chief This is outrageous slander! A "Cougar" is supposed to be mid-aged woman who preys upon younger men! And GQ is shamelessly suggesting that Palin "leaves her paw prints" on younger men!? A new low for the MSM... BARF!
  • GQ report blames Rumsfeld for military delay after Katrina (Hit piece on Rummy)

    05/20/2009 1:59:15 PM PDT · by balch3 · 67 replies · 1,503+ views
    NOLA.com ^ | May 18, 2009 | Times-Picayune
    A report on the GQ magazine Web site is quoting unnamed former Bush administration official as blaming former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld for many failures, including a delay in military assistance in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. The report says "in speaking with the former Bush officials, it becomes evident that Rumsfeld impaired administration performance on a host of matters extending well beyond Iraq to impact America's relations with other nations, the safety of our troops, and the response to Hurricane Katrina. The Washington Monthly highlights more of Robert Draper's article in GQ: "[T]hree years later, when I asked a...
  • Rumsfeld disputes GQ report

    05/19/2009 8:33:56 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 14 replies · 1,494+ views
    Politico ^ | 5-19-09 | Ben Smith
    An aide to former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Keith Urbahn, e-mails to contest a widely discussed GQ article by Robert Draper, which suggested that Rumsfeld "appreciated" the practice of quoting Biblical quotations on the cover sheets of classified briefings, and that Rumsfeld brought the briefings to President Bush. Urbahn e-mails that the briefings in question were not routinely sent to Rumsfeld, and that Rumsfeld considers the cover slides "harmful and counterproductive to the war effort." Urbahn's full e-mail: The slides in the “World Intelligence Update” were prepared on a daily basis by military personnel serving on the Joint Staff, which...
  • Biblical Quotes Said to Adorn Pentagon Reports

    05/17/2009 8:37:37 PM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 11 replies · 1,065+ views
    New York Times ^ | May 18, 2009 | David E. Sanger
    A series of cover sheets for intelligence reports written for Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld and other senior Pentagon officials during the early days of the war in Iraq in 2003 were adorned with biblical quotations, and appeared Sunday, six years later, on the Web site of GQ magazine. The daily briefings were called the “Worldwide Intelligence Update,” one of several intelligence reports compiled overnight and presented in a folder for Mr. Rumsfeld and other officials as they came to work. In the selection of the cover sheets that GQ placed on its Web site, photographs of soldiers praying...
  • Newsweek Reporter Admits Bias on Presidential Campaign

    10/23/2008 8:58:03 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 28 replies · 1,469+ views
    Federal Review ^ | Thursday, October 23, 2008
    A reporter hired by Newsweek to cover the presidential primary has written an article admitting that he was biased.Writing in the latest issue of GQ magazine, Michael Hastings describes his personal feelings about various candidates, including Rudy Giuliani, John McCain and Hillary Clinton, and admits that he could not be objective about the people he covered: If that sounds like I had some trouble being “objective,” I did. Objectivity is a fallacy. In campaign reporting more than any other kind of press coverage, reporters aren’t just covering a story, they’re a part of it—influencing outcomes, setting expectations, framing candidates—and despite...
  • GQ October 2008: Megan Fox (Sexiest Cover of the Year?)

    09/16/2008 2:34:48 PM PDT · by Mister Ghost · 49 replies · 16,889+ views
    Style Drama ^ | September 16. 2008 | Style Drama
    Transformers star Megan Fox graces the cover of GQ’s October cover with a tongue-across-the-teeth pose.
  • The Odd Alliance Supporting Ron Paul

    11/25/2007 6:07:08 AM PST · by Lovebloggers · 39 replies · 55+ views
    American Thinker ^ | November 25, 2007 | Andrew Walden
    Here and there, the mainstream media is noticing the disturbingly enthusiastic support coming Ron Paul's way from distateful quarters. In a November 20 column titled "Ron Paul isn't that scary", LA Times columnist Jonah Goldberg calls stories about Ron Paul's racist and 9-11 troother supporters "overblown", but he does let slip the following: "Republican consultant David Hill condemns the candidate's ‘increasingly leftish' positions. Syndicated columnist Mona Charen calls Paul ‘too cozy with kooks and conspiracy theorists.' Film critic and talk radio host Michael Medved looks over Paul's supporters and finds ‘an imposing collection of neo-Nazis, white Supremacists, Holocaust deniers, 9/11...
  • Clintons persuade GQ to pull critical article

    09/26/2007 8:45:52 PM PDT · by neverdem · 31 replies · 139+ views
    telegraph.co.uk ^ | 27/09/2007 | Toby Harnden
    The powerful sway that Bill and Hillary Clinton hold over the American media has been illustrated by their successful attempt to "kill" a negative magazine story about Mrs Clinton's presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton 'could cost Democrats dear' Full coverage: US Elections 2008 According to the Politico newspaper, GQ magazine was planning to publish an article by writer Josh Green, who had previously angered the Clinton campaign by writing that the New York senator "offers no big ideas, no crusading causes" and had "plenty to talk about, but she doesn't have much to say". The planned article included details of in-fighting...
  • Hillary Against The Free Press

    09/24/2007 8:24:26 PM PDT · by jdm · 47 replies · 287+ views
    Captain's Quarters ^ | September 24, 2007 | Ed Morrissey
    Both Hillary Clinton and GQ have a lot of explaining to do if the Politico has this story correct: According to Ben Smith, Hillary's campaign pressured GQ to kill a piece critical of her by threatening to withhold Bill Clinton's cooperation in the future. The editors of GQ caved into the threat and spiked the article: Early this summer, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign for president learned that the men’s magazine GQ was working on a story the campaign was sure to hate: an account of infighting in Hillaryland. So Clinton’s aides pulled a page from the book of Hollywood...
  • Clinton campaign kills negative story (GQ pulls Hillary story after threats from Bill)

    09/24/2007 11:57:38 PM PDT · by DesScorp · 13 replies · 295+ views
    The Politico ^ | September 24, 2007 | Ben Smith
    "Early this summer, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign for president learned that the men’s magazine GQ was working on a story the campaign was sure to hate: an account of infighting in Hillaryland. So Clinton’s aides pulled a page from the book of Hollywood publicists and offered GQ a stark choice: Kill the piece, or lose access to planned celebrity coverboy Bill Clinton. Despite internal protests, GQ editor Jim Nelson met the Clinton campaign’s demands, which had been delivered by Bill Clinton’s spokesman, Jay Carson, several sources familiar with the conversations said. GQ writer George Saunders traveled with Clinton to...
  • Clinton campaign kills negative story

    09/24/2007 5:37:50 PM PDT · by MuttTheHoople · 1 replies · 86+ views
    The Politico ^ | September 24, 2007 | Ben Smith
    Clinton campaign kills negative story By: Ben Smith Sep 24, 2007 03:43 PM EST Clintons’ press aides have leverage like Hollywood publicists — less Mitt Romney and more Tom Cruise. Early this summer, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign for president learned that the men’s magazine GQ was working on a story the campaign was sure to hate: an account of infighting in Hillaryland. So Clinton’s aides pulled a page from the book of Hollywood publicists and offered GQ a stark choice: Kill the piece, or lose access to planned celebrity coverboy Bill Clinton. Despite internal protests, GQ editor Jim Nelson...
  • Clinton campaign kills negative story

    09/24/2007 12:55:59 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 102 replies · 180+ views
    The Politico ^ | Septtember 24, 2007 | Ben Smith
    Early this summer, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign for president learned that the men’s magazine GQ was working on a story the campaign was sure to hate: an account of infighting in Hillaryland. So Clinton’s aides pulled a page from the book of Hollywood publicists and offered GQ a stark choice: Kill the piece, or lose access to planned celebrity coverboy Bill Clinton. Despite internal protests, GQ editor Jim Nelson met the Clinton campaign’s demands, which had been delivered by Bill Clinton’s spokesman, Jay Carson, several sources familiar with the conversations said. GQ writer George Saunders traveled with Clinton to...
  • COLIN POWELL: "I'M SORRY" (Powell Interview For GQ Magazine: "Civil War")

    09/10/2007 6:14:58 PM PDT · by lowbridge · 28 replies · 1,686+ views
    GQ Magazine ^ | September 2007 | Walter Isaacson
    http://men.style.com/gq/features/full?id=content_5900(Link only due to copyright complaint)
  • McCartney is GQ's Man of the Year

    09/06/2006 12:27:15 PM PDT · by mcg2000 · 77 replies · 1,323+ views
    BBC ^ | September 6, 2006 | Staff
    Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney won the Man of the Year title at the GQ magazine awards held in London. Sir Paul was honoured for his latest album and his successful US tour. "Paul McCartney is not only one of our greatest living legends, he's also probably the most dignified," said GQ editor Dylan Jones. Other winners included Extras creator Ricky Gervais, presenter Jonathan Ross and singer Rod Stewart - who was given the outstanding achievement award. Embraced By PublicTop Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson won TV personality of the year, and received his award from Stewart's fiancee Penny Lancaster. GQ...
  • MODERN MANNERS (Offering a Woman a Seat Is 'Creepy,' According to GQ)

    08/18/2006 1:45:48 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 418 replies · 7,295+ views
    New York Post ^ | August 18, 2006 | Liz Smith
    'WOMEN ARE equals now. They can fend for themselves. To offer a perfectly healthy woman a seat simply because she is a woman, however well-intentioned, is creepy. At best, she'll think you're from another country; at worst she'll feel old, or overweight enough to be perceived as pregnant." And that is a lesson in modern manners, according to the new issue of GQ (with Clive Owen on the cover). Glenn O'Brien and other GQ scribes weigh in on e-mails, cellphones, gym etiquette, dressing for travel, how to handle chatty seatmates, sleeping with your friend's ex, online dating, wedding gifts and...
  • Cruise: I'll eat placenta

    04/17/2006 8:27:36 PM PDT · by Rebelbase · 111 replies · 3,796+ views
    The Sun ^ | 4/17/06 | staff
    TOM Cruise has claimed he will eat the PLACENTA after fiancée Katie Holmes has their baby. The actor, 43 — who wants her to give birth in silence according to his Scientology cult rules — said: “I’m gonna eat the placenta, too. “I thought that would be good. Very nutritious. I’m going to eat the cord and the placenta right there.” But when a GQ magazine interviewer said it would be a big meal, Cruise replied: “OK, maybe I won’t.”
  • Republicans assert dominance in the bedroom

    03/23/2006 7:10:50 PM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 49 replies · 1,598+ views
    MSNBC ^ | March 23, 2006
    Republicans control Congress and the White House. According to an informal study in the latest issue of “GQ” magazine, the GOP is also asserting its dominance over Democrats in the bedroom. The anonymous author, who wrote the piece for “GQ” reports “After years of intensive research on both sides of the aisle, I’m here to report that Republican men are infinitely better to have sex with.” The article in the April issue of “GQ” lays out 10 reasons why Republicans are better and kinkier in the sack. “GQ” deputy editor, Michael Hainey joined Tucker Carlson on ‘Situation’ to explain the...
  • Stick a Fork In John Kerry--He's Done

    01/21/2006 8:57:17 PM PST · by raccoonradio · 151 replies · 5,432+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | 01/22/06 | Howie Carr
    John F. Kerry still dreams of becoming the next John F. Kennedy, but he’ll never even reach Ted Kennedy heights, or is it depths? Not that anyone would ever dare tell Liveshot this. Seldom is heard a discouraging word when you’re a 62-year-old gigolo married to a 67-year-old gold digger worth close to $1 billion. Ever more delusional, Kerry still fancies that his next job is commander-in-chief. He refuses to face the reality that he’s already well into his final role on the public stage. He has become the Mike Dukakis of the 21st century. John Kerry, reporting for doody...
  • John Kerry Has Fallen...And Keeps Getting Up

    01/19/2006 11:36:56 PM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 49 replies · 2,551+ views
    GQ ^ | February 2006 | Michael Crowley
    In late November, George W. Bush went on the political offensive over the state of the war in Iraq. Determined to get his groove back after weeks of being pummeled by revitalized Democrats, Bush delivered a major speech outlining his “plan for victory.” Democrats, smelling blood, carefully plotted their response. The party’s Senate leadership decided that Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island would deliver their rebuttal. As a former member of the Eighty-second Airborne who had opposed the war from the start, Reed had the perfect credentials to remind Americans about Bush’s mismanagement of the war and of the grim...
  • GQ Gives Its Read On Kerry, And It Doesn't Suit Him

    01/19/2006 11:03:59 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 84 replies · 2,537+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 1/19/06
    GQ gives its read on Kerry, and it doesn't suit himSen. John Kerry's flack traded barbs yesterday with the author of a soon-to-be published GQ mag article claiming that loyal Democrats, especially former Kerry aides, wish the once and probably future Presidential candidate would just go away. "You read GQ to pick suits and ties, not to pick a commander-in-chief," Kerry's mouthpiece David Wade E-mailed me concerning Michael Crowley's hit piece, which claims party activists believe the Massachusetts senator "blew his best chance and that he's 'delusional,' as I repeatedly heard, to think he's still wanted." Wade responded hirsutely: "As...
  • Jimmy Carter Spotted UFO

    01/13/2006 5:05:29 PM PST · by Shermy · 112 replies · 2,384+ views
    SLC Tribune ^ | January 13, 2006 | Chuck Shepherd
    Take me to your leader: Former President Jimmy Carter told GQ magazine for a January article that he saw a UFO in 1969 in southwest Georgia as he was preparing to speak at a Lions Club meeting. He recalled that it was a bright light that got ''closer and closer to us,'' but then ''changed color to blue,'' then to red, then back to white, and then ''receded into the distance.'' However, he said, ''I've never believed it came from Mars.''
  • Jimmy Carter on the Wide Path to Hell

    01/11/2006 8:27:12 AM PST · by presidio9 · 21 replies · 1,201+ views
    Christian Commiunication Network ^ | 1'6'6 | Kevin McCullough
    Former President Carter asserts that no one among fundamentalist evangelical America is willing to have a robust debate on the issues he raises in his interview. In that interview his own beliefs are filled with flaws in logic. I am aggressively seeking to challenge his assertion that we evangelicals are afraid to have our beliefs challenged. I've said so in my column today, and will say so on-air. We will be fair, but we dispute his characterization that we are afraid to be challenged." Furthermore McCullough advanced the discussion by making the claim that Carter's actual beliefs as articulated in...
  • Osama's Niece Strips for US Magazine

    12/25/2005 11:25:14 PM PST · by ppaul · 13 replies · 6,143+ views
    SofiaNewsAgency ^ | 12/25/2005 | staff
    The niece of Osama Bin Laden has posed for provocative photographs for an American magazine. Wafah Dufour, the al Qaeda leader's niece, who took her mother's maiden name after the terrorist attacks in the US on September 11 is an aspiring musician struggling to make a name for herself, GQ magazine wrote. She appears stripped to ostrich feather lingerie, and in a bubble bath, in photos for American GQ magazine. She says she has never met Osama bin Laden. "Everyone relates me to that man, and I have nothing to do with him," she said in the article. "There are...
  • Bin Laden's Niece Seeks Acceptance

    12/24/2005 7:21:52 PM PST · by LauraleeBraswell · 62 replies · 2,158+ views
    AOL News ^ | 12/23/05 | AP
    NEW YORK (Dec. 23) - Osama bin Laden's niece, in an interview with GQ magazine in which she appears scantily clad, says she has nothing in common with the al-Qaida leader and simply wants acceptance by Americans.
  • Racist Katrina Scamster Malik Rahim One Of GQ’s Men Of The Year

    12/14/2005 12:12:03 PM PST · by Sam Hill · 22 replies · 1,671+ views
    Sweetness & Light ^ | December 14, 2005 | N/A
    Hey, it isn't just Mother Sheehan getting the star treatment from the glossy mags of the glitterati. Those gay lads at Gentlemen's Quarterly have selected Cindy's "bright spot," pretend Moslem, pretend Rastafarian, but real honest-to-goodness felony ex-con, Black Panther, cop shooter, race-baiter and Katrina grifter -- Malik Rahim (real name, Donald Guyton) -- as one of their "Men Of The Year":GQ: Men of the Year 2005 Portfolio Heroes of the Hurricane: Katrina SaviorsMalik Rahim, 58 — The OrganizerA week after Katrina hit, the Algiers section of New Orleans was in shambles. Hardly any food or water or ice, on the...
  • DRUDGE: GQ Provides Exclusive Look at Saddam Hussein's Life Behind Bars

    06/20/2005 10:12:10 AM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 16 replies · 950+ views
    Drudge Report ^ | Mon Jun 20 2005 | Matt Drudge
    This Never-Before-Told Story Offers Firsthand Accounts of What It’s Like to Spend Time with America’s Most Highly Valued Detainee New York, NY – June 20, 2005 – Following the announcement that former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein will soon be brought to trial on multiple charges, GQ magazine sheds new light on the man and his life since being captured and imprisoned. Hussein longs for the days when Ronald Reagan was president, says that he never dealt with Osama bin Laden, and is absolutely certain that he will return to power, according to an account of his captivity detailed for the...
  • What do men want: Sex or sports?

    11/18/2004 4:28:16 PM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 106 replies · 2,434+ views
    NY Daily ^ | November 18, 2004 | Corky Siemaszko
    Who are these schlubs? A new poll commissioned by GQ magazine reveals that one in five American men has turned down hot, steamy sex to watch sports on TV. That's 200 of the 1,000 men between the ages of 25 and 55 across the country whom pollsters talked with this summer. Veteran sex researcher Ed Laumann of the University of Chicago said that while this statistic may dismay many women, "There's another way of looking at it." "It means that 80% of the men turned off their televisions," Laumann said. "And when you consider that the average encounter in an...