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Family therapist and educator
Weiner's tale, in various forms, is well known in the offices of marital therapists. Most men with his addiction, as well as the wives who do not leave them, are thankful for their privacy.
Editor, 'The Indian American'
On-Air Host, guest commentator, psychotherapist, consultant
The media rolls out the accoutrement of current modern social life, introducing every new version of hand-held social technology as a definitive, unquestioned fait acompli. They are in effect sales reps for our growing virtual lifestyle.
Political comic, former radio talk show host, syndicated columnist, author, motivational speaker
Trust me. I really wanted to avoid the groin tweeting thing altogether but you might as well try to avert your eyes from a bullfight in a bowling alley. The problem is: how do you parody a parody?
Journalist, San Francisco Bay Area
In this age of mistrust, Ed Lee, the mayor of San Francisco exemplifies what all of us should demand from our elected officials. Only he does it without us even asking.
Political & pop culture analyst
Given embattled Congressman Anthony Weiner's Custer-like stand on Capitol Hill, I wonder if the randy Representative's refusal to resign might be inspired by the plight of his fellow Congressman from New York, Charlie Rangel.
Professor of Anthropology, West Chester University; Author, 'The Power of the Between'
From the vantage of Europe, American politics seems like the circus: many exciting activities being played out under the big top, activities that have little bearing upon the social and economic realities most Americans confront every day.
Founder and CEO, Simpatico Networks
Within the last week, Congressman Anthony Weiner gave himself away as a liar through multiple channels. He was as easy to read for trained liespotters as the average eye chart is to a fighter pilot.
Founder, Gotcha Media
With SNL off the air (and out with a three-way bang, so to speak) for the summer, Jason Sudeikis and his endless supply of Schwarzenegger jokes steppe...
Ideally, we'd like our leaders to set a good example, but should a (sometimes painfully stupid) personal mistake end a promising political career?
Author, He's History, You're Not: Surviving Divorce After Forty www.heshistory.com
Staying together for the sake of the kids has become one of those discredited, old-fashioned notions that are easily dismissed when couples consider divorce.
Harvard lawyer, couples mediator and bestselling author of Fight Less, Love More
With The New York Times reporting that Congressman Anthony Weiner's wife Huma Abedin is pregnant, the story of Weiner's online affairs has new legs. ...
Political Analyst, 'The Aquarian Weekly'
So looks like Weiner can still be a congressman and most assuredly a TV personality, but then again, who can honestly ever take this guy seriously any longer?
TV Writer, Rolling Stone Contributing Editor and author, 'He Is... I Say'
I hate to hit a man when he's down, but in the case of Congressman Anthony Weiner I'll make an exception. So here's an embarrassing playlist for a man who has successfully creeped out an entire nation.
Author of the "self hurt" marital memoir, "You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up"
The OOGLE App will prohibit you from sending digital messages where the skin-to-clothing ratio is more than considered acceptable for your current station in life.
Founder, One Dress Project; Creative Activist
It has become crystal clear in light of "WeinerGate" that these guys can no longer be trusted to keep their private parts out of the public domain. I feel that it is my civic duty to make this small contribution in order to preserve our American way.
Co-host of the radio's nationally syndicated 'Green News Report'
TWITTER: @GreenNewsReport. The 'GNR' is also now available on your cell phone via Stitcher Radio's mobile app!. IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Limba...
It's hard for me to look at guys like Anthony Weiner without feeling more embarrassed for them than I ever feel for myself.
The online authority for art news and gallery reviews
An ironic New York statue might well now stand as an adequate symbol for Weiner's situation over the last week: A larger-than-life, scantily clad male public figure, trying to keep down the images of vice represented by multiple women.
I love the mistakes I've made in my life. What I love most are my biggest mistakes. But I am always mystified as to why we seem unable to learn from o...
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