5:30 pm, March 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s #watwc, German researchers have found that sexual activity can lead to “partial or complete relief” of head pain in migraines and Joan Rivers is not pleased. Elsewhere, why Mia Farrow will never be “Gwyneth-like,” Meghan McCain’s dating woes, and more!
10:30 am, November 16th | by Laura Donovan
Daily Beast writer and proud Arizonan Meghan McCain is loyal to the Republican Party, but has been so disappointed in its handling of social issues over the past few years that she might become an Independent in 2016.
9:30 am, November 7th | by Laura Donovan
That was some night, ey? People all over cheered and wept over yesterday’s election results, and while not everyone was thrilled with President Barack Obama’s victory, many still maintain hope for the United States as a whole. Here’s how several prominent females reacted to our president’s win.
4:45 pm, August 22nd | by Amy Tennery
In today’s Twitter roundup: Meghan McCain does not want to watch “The Newsroom.” In fact, she’d like everyone to stop talking about it. Now. And she doesn’t need to explain why. “The Newsroom” knows what it did.
4:00 pm, August 17th | by Laura Donovan
Daily Beast contributor Meghan McCain is in a rough place right now. On the one hand, the Republican Arizona girl wants Mitt Romney to become our next president, but on the other, she wants Barack Obama to take Hillary Clinton on as his VP candidate, and given the rise of the current secretary of state’s popularity, the GOP would really struggle to compete against her. Nevertheless, the “Dirty Sexy Politics” author argues that Clinton would be the right choice for Obama’s ticket — and that kicking Joe Biden to the curb would be a good move for liberals.
3:00 pm, July 3rd | by Diana Gerstacker
Before those fireworks go off, and before you leave work take a look at these explosive tweets.
2:45 pm, June 19th | by Laura Donovan
In the area of politics, there are many shades of gray (and no, I’m not talking about that viral book). Some are hardcore Republicans and Democrats while others are more middle-of-the-road. Then there are those who can (*gasps*) understand both sides! What a concept. Here are a few famous figures who knocked our socks off when they came out in favor of certain left-leaning views.
5:15 pm, June 18th | by Laura Donovan
Upon seeing Meghan McCain’s appearance on “The Wendy Williams Show,” I’d give anything to be friends with her–mainly because she screamed “Romney 2012!” outside of actress Sarah Jessica Parker’s $40,000 per person Obama fundraiser, which rightfully drew the ire of a lot of New Yorkers.
12:00 pm, June 13th | by Laura Donovan
Few commentators get people talking quite like Daily Beast columnist Meghan McCain, whose appearance on Jay Leno last night sparked a lot of chatter on Twitter and in the Mediaite comment section, a Hellscape I’d rather not explore right now.
Given the rabid reactions and faux outrage to her passing remark about Breitbart a few weeks ago, I expected to see pages and pages of hateful tweets about the way she looked on last night’s episode (IMO, she was gorgeous). To my relief, I didn’t come across too many trite tweets like “Meghan McCain is a 300 pound slut,” but there were more creepy and bizarre tweets than I have time to read, so here are six of the weirdest and most inappropriate ones I stumbled upon.
12:14 pm, May 25th | by Laura Donovan
Daily Beast columnist and MSNBC contributor Meghan McCain got the Andrew Breitbart treatment Thursday after she, well, said she couldn’t understand the appeal of Andrew Breitbart. While this certainly isn’t a favorable remark about the late conservative activist, it isn’t scathing criticism either, yet the “Dirty Sexy Politics” author received a flood of hateful tweets and comments upon making this innocuous statement. The reactions to McCain were nasty, gratuitous, malicious, and unbecoming of the GOP. As someone who veers more to the right end of the spectrum, I was disappointed by the response of Republicans, many of which undermined their own arguments by resorting to personal digs at McCain.