Gossip Roundup: Not a Sore Spot Edition

Reliable Source: Filming of "The Wedding Crashers" disrupts weddings. . . Hillary cheered at Heritage Foundation during book party for Harold Holzer. . . Jessica Cutler warns of STDs: "You never know". . . George Washington University president at graduation: "If anybody has a mortarboard, you can move your tassels from right to left, right to left, which is what I hope happened to your politics in the last four years." [WP]


Inside the Beltway: Calvin Trillin, in Obliviously, On He Sails: The Bush Administration in Rhyme: "Osama's split and Wall Street's sagging. It's time to get that puppy wagging.". . . Charlie Cook, Margaret Carlson, Eleanor Clift, Mark Plotkin, Helen Thomas among honorees of the Women's Campaign Fund. [WT]

Page Six: Darrell Hammond on Bush: "I've never seen someone stop talking in the middle of a sentence because they're bored." [NYP]

Lloyd Grove's Lowdown: W Hotels angry at Bush campaign for selling W merchandise. . . Bennett: "In regard to a wager about who's funnier, I might consider a bet of some magnitude - but I'd first need assurances that the check won't bounce." Franken: "The funny thing is, I haven't bounced a check, but Bill has lost $8 million gambling. Go ahead, Bill, come back with another one and I'll think of another joke about your having lost $8 million gambling. I hope it's not a sore spot." [NYDN]

Rush & Molloy: William Quigley is painting portraits of Clinton and Bush. [NYDN]

Scoop: Democrats start boycott of Disney over Moore flap. [MSNBC]

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