Trump canned Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen via Twitter on Sunday night. Howard Kurtz says “in the end, she got the worst of both worlds.” She will forever be defined as the Cabinet member who presided over the forced separation of migrant children from their families, leading to such devastating worldwide reaction that Trump was forced
Nick Sandmann is the boy who smiled nervously while Native American activist Nathan Phillips pounded on a drum in his face. CNN’s Bakari Sellers called him “deplorable.” Sellers also seemed to want the old guy to step up his game and punch the kid in the face. Reza Aslan shared that sentiment in a tweet. And
The first time I heard of Dr. Ralph Northam was when a campaign ad hit the news during his recent run for governor of Virginia. The ad portrayed Northam’s Republican opponent Ed Gillespie as a racist pervert in a pickup truck terrifying small children. Next time I heard of the good doctor he was Governor
I never expected President Trump’s speech to have the new Democratic congresswomen high fiving and chanting “U.S.A., U.S.A.” But he did. The president brought the ladies in white to their feet by proclaiming there are more women in Congress now than ever before. (He didn’t mention that they’re Democrats.) Then they quickly sat down when
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam doesn’t regret his abortion comments. But he does regret dressing up in black face for a Michael Jackson dance contest. His wife probably doesn’t regret preventing him from moonwalking at his press conference.
Multi billionaire sugar scourge Michael Bloomberg is unhappy. And that’s because multi billionaire coffee magnate Howard Schultz wants to throw his latte into the ring. Schultz is taking a page from multi-billionaire Ross Perot’s playbook. He wants to run for president as an independent. And that could make things tough for Democrats, like Bloomberg.
Some on the left want to protect college students from speech and ideas that offend them. But some on the same side wish to punch a MAGA hat wearing 16 year old boy in the face. And that offends University of Wisconsin Law School professor emerita Ann Althouse: “It just beggars belief that the same