Tatum O'Neal is busted for trying to buy some crack on the streets and yet Steve Tatham is somehow left free to run amuck in the world of fake news.
Josh Cohen from Tilzy.TV talks to Steve Tatham of 'The Ointment' on what it's like to run a daily news program on the web.
Steve is back with all the latest news including updates on polar bears, Cindy McCain's money and the confessions of a Madame. All this and more for May 15, 2008.
Steve's wife fills in for him as host on this, the third-to-the-last episode of "The Ointment."
Comedian Adam Gropman discusses the writers strike and Adam Sandler.
Musharraf gives up military post but not dress-up clothes. OJ Simpson says he's not guilty. Here we go again. E! Entertainment TV says no trial re-enactments because it's not as 'entertaining' as double homicide. All this and more news for Nov. 29, 2007.
Steve looks back at some of the stories making news for the week ending November 30th, 2007.
Fox News identifies Troy Stanley as the wrong hostage-taker during the Hillary Clinton campaign headquarters crisis. The problem is he was not the guy; though they continued to defame him for an hour on national TV. Meanwhile, CNN was chatting with the real perpetrator, Leeland Eisenberg on the phone - but not revealing his identity for security reasons.
US intelligence says that Iran is not pursuing nuclear weapons so maybe Bush will declare war on US intelligence. Putin and Chavez face their electorates with differing results. A teddy bear causes an international incident and Senator Larry Craig gets more action than you. All this and more for December 4, 2007.
President Bush knew back in August about Iran halting its nuclear program. "Knew" is perhaps too strong - he was told. And Brad Pitt may give up acting. I thought he did that when he made "Meet Joe Black." All this and more news for Thursday, December 6, 2007.
Steve looks back at some of the big stories for the week ending December 7, 2007.
Oprah Winfrey isn't telling us what to think, she's just saying if we think, we'll vote for Obama. Meanwhile Mike Huckabee is sticking by his comments that AIDS patients ought to be isolated. They don't even do that with lepers anymore, do they? All that and more in the news for Monday, December 10, 2007 - UN Human Rights Day.
Comedian Carol Metcalf is a guest on today's episode of The Ointment.
Steve looks back at some of the stories making news for the week ending December 14, 2007.
Turkey attacks. Don't ask, don't tell. And one more reason not to join the military: no more slot machines! In Presidential politics: Huckabee lies on his resume, Paul's internet nuts spend more time online and Romney cries. All this and more news for Monday, December 17, 2007.
Mitt Romney is a cry baby. Bill Clinton talks crazy. Fox News has priests giving the news. All that and more news for Tuesday, December 18, 2007 - Katie Holmes' 29th birthday.