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Who could have seen this coming and WHOA IF TRUE, but we must regretfully inform you that Bill Kristol was wrong about a thing.

Who is David French? A weirdo scary man control monster freak. David French for president, yayyyyyy!

Important National Review Online pundit Kathryn Jean Lopez only really gets excited twice a year: When she makes up another excuse to get people...

The tweet was promising. First, it was from K-Lo, Kathryn Jean Lopez -- previously seen instructing us that we should give our kids boundaries...

Some time back in the late Pleistocene era (last month? that is how time works, correct?) the United States Supreme Court was all like...

You're on the computer! Have you seen this wonderful New Yorker cover? We mean before right now? Well, National Review Online's Kathryn Jean Lopez...

We had such high hopes for the greatest tete a tete of this or any era, When Maggie Met K-Lo. But it turns out,...

Important National Review Online pundit Kathryn Jean Lopez only really gets excited twice a year: When she makes up another excuse to get people...

Hey, crazy Texas bigots! Got any freedom of religion lawsuits you'd like to file today? Oh, it's against your religion to have a black...

Kathryn Jean Lopez, better known by her gang moniker, K-Lo, is a pill. She is unpleasant and obsequiously pious and constantly telling all other...

It seems like just two months ago that the august and erudite National Review Online was having to face its terrible shame and can...

Hey National Review person K-Lo, what's up! Have you had some time yet to regret your even dopier than usual column? Would you like...

Wingnut Catholic slash-fiction blog National Review Online insisted, at 4 a.m. today (!), that fake Catholic convert Newt Gingrich quit losing the GOP primary...

It's Valentine's Day, everybody -- otherwise known as "the saddest day at National Review Online." But NRO editor Kathryn Jean Lopez isn't one to...

You know, like every night you drink a vat of communion wine alone on your couch. But there's a speech happening.

In rotation with Santa Claus, apparently this too is now a pop-up ad on the National Review's website. Please, as you enjoy your bounty...

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