Anal tattoos were the all the buzz at the 17th annual Florida Tattoo Expo, held at a Coral Springs convention center last weekend. A young woman was the subject of a demonstration, her butt pertly displayed as a tattoo artist inked her rectum. Spectators ambled by, gawking and expressing opinions.
Asked about the pain factor, the model replied, “Dude, it feels so f---ing good, so good.”
Out state Rep. Mark Pocan has been declared the winner in the 2nd Congressional District’s Democratic Primary, putting him in line to succeed Tammy Baldwin, who’s leaving the seat to run for the U.S. Senate.
With 85 percent of precincts reporting, Pocan had 72 percent of the vote, besting state Rep. Kelda Roys, the second highest vote getter, by more than 50 percent. Matt Silverman and Dennis Hall also competed in the race.
The Secret Service is investigating an assumed threat to President Barack Obama – a burned cat left staked to a tree stump beside an Obama campaign sign in a Minneapolis park.
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported on Aug. 14 that a park employee found the cat's carcass in Longfellow Park, which led local authorities to alert federal agencies.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus early Aug. 14 announced that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will be the keynote speaker for the Republican National Convention.
The convention takes place Aug. 27-30 in Tampa, Fla.
Heard of free-range chicken? How about hate-free chicken?
The gay-friendly Hamburger Mary’s is serving a “hate-free” Southern-style chicken sandwich in response to controversy over the anti-gay activities and statements from Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy.
LPAC, a lesbian super PAC, is dedicating its resources this week to raising money for Wisconsin Democrat Tammy Baldwin’s run for the U.S. Senate.
LPAC, on its website and with social media tools, said Baldwin “needs our help immediately” for her “important and historic campaign.”
The tea party didn’t get its man in Mitt Romney. But the movement got one of its ideological heroes in the Republican presidential ticket’s No. 2 slot.
Romney’s selection of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate marked a huge victory for the tea party. Its roaring influence helped Republicans take back the House in 2010, gaining 63 seats. Since then, its no-compromise positions on deep budget cuts set the parameters of high-profile fiscal fights on Capitol Hill.
A federal judge on Aug. 14 ordered Marion County, Fla. Superintendent Jim Yancey to comply with federal law and allow the Vanguard Gay-Straight Alliance, a student organization at Vanguard High School in Ocala, to form and operate on campus.
The order, following a settlement reached by the parties involved, resolves a months-long battle by members of the GSA along with the ACLU of Florida to allow the organization to form, meet and be recognized at Vanguard High School.
Ron Palillo, who played Arnold Horshack on "Welcome Back, Kotter," has died at age 63.
The Palm Beach Post reports today that Palillo died at his home in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., of a heart attack.
Even with the biggest name in modern Wisconsin politics, the Republican primary in a highly competitive U.S. Senate race appears headed for a fractious four-way battle today.
Many election-weary voters simply haven’t made up their minds.
An evangelical Christian pastor tried to commit suicide in a Florida courtroom moments after a jury found him guilty of felony sex crimes involving a 15-year-old boy.
The Rev. James Harris, 64, formerly the pastor of Belle Glade’s Second Baptist Church, stuffed several pills in his mouth and tried to swallow them before West Palm Beach courtroom deputies pounced on him and ordered him to spit them out. Deputies called West Palm Beach Fire Rescue who removed Harris from the courtroom handcuffed to a gurney, the Sun Sentinelreported.