would Bush and Gore do if their wife Kitty
were raped and murdered? We have their responses
to the trickiest questions.
Delegate Rorschach Test
with caption-less political
cartoons, MH operatives in L.A. and Philadelphia
begged delegates for punchlines. Many shooed us away,
but some gave us blank stares. See what the rest
Gore's Speech: An advance look
he dumb it down or wonk it up? How many times will he
mention Tennessee? His wife with the funny
name? His VP's wife with that other kind of funny
name? We have the answers to these and very few other
questions in our sneak
preview of the biggest moment in Al Gore's
political life since using the Mr. President aftershave
that one time.
W's Diary: The L.A. entry
to the donkey convention with poignant illustrations
and satisfactory cursive.
the Philly entries.
This: Our Democratic campaign stickers
Al Gore only wishes he could come up with slogans
as good as thesealthough he would like them to
be slightly less offensive. Check out our
stickers, then buy them at our store.
Pennsisraelnia Avhebrew: The Jewish White House
now you are probably aware that Joseph Lieberman
does not regularly attend mass. But did you know that
America has a long tradition of such leaders?
Manchurian Candidate: Is Gore playing with a full deck?
Thirty years ago in Vietnam, Al Gore was captured
by the Chinese. In an underground jungle laboratory,
his mind was erased and reconfigured, transforming the
idealistic son of a U.S. Senator into a single-minded
puppet, programmed to one day reach the White House.
Today, his every move is manipulated using an ordinary
of playing cards.
this week the Democrats are having parties with silly
names. Mardi Gras Goes Hollywood, anyone? Take
and see if you can distinguish a real political gathering
from a fake one.
Guide to LA 2000
to making the most of the big show. Features a welcome
letter from Steven Spielberg, a map of what's
where in the Staples Center (to reach the Abortion
on Demand Café, turn left at the Buddhist
monk skybox), and a list of the few convention
moments worth leaving the Viper Room for.
Without an Editor
New Yorker recently ran an insightful profile
of Vice President Al Gore. However, as that
publication is prone to mistakes, it published the
wrong version. Here is the correct
Sorry You Were Passed
Gore's cards to his VP hopefuls
Jockeying for the
Speak Shrilly, and Wave
an Inflatable Stick
in the heart of the Texas delegation
Al Gore's Secret
Al Gore's Prettiest
makeover by the Vice President