All is fair in love and war. However, while passions similarly run deep in the turbulent world of college football, not all emotional expressions are fair or allowed.
The journalist discussed the LeBron James’ Showtime documentary series “Shut Up and Dribble” that she narrates.
Tim Allen, the star of the hit Fox show Last Man Standing, said in a recent interview he enjoys making fun of progressives’ insecurities and insisted there is nothing that pisses people off more than a funny conservative.
The mainstream media are celebrating Friday’s decision by a federal judge to force the White House to restore CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s “hard pass.” Judge Timothy J. Kelly’s decision is being treated as a victory for the free press, and proof that the Trump administration’s decision was wrong and violated Acosta’s constitutional rights. But the decision undermined the picture of the Trump administration the media have sought to portray, in three ways: 1. A Trump appointee ruled against Trump. The media, and their Democratic Party allies, have treated President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees as if they can be expected to be slavishly loyal to the administration. That is why, for example, they focused on Brett Kavanaugh’s views on whether a president can be indicted while in office. The left expects judges to vote their “party,” because that is what left-wing judges do. Kelly, a Trump appointee, did not. 2. Conservatism helped the media. Judge Kelly specifically said: “I must apply precedent as I see it,” even if he did not agree with it. Acosta won — thanks to the conservative judicial philosophy the president has prioritized in his appointees. 3. The president accepted the decision. President Trump accepted the validity of the decision.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez backed an effort Saturday by a group called the Justice Democrats, which opposes “Democratic incumbents who are demographically and ideologically out-of-touch with their districts.”
When you are one of the most photographed women in the world like First Lady Melania Trump is, there are only so many times you can wear a dress.
The latest group of U.S. Rhodes scholars includes 21 women, the most ever in a single Rhodes class, and almost half of the 32 winners are immigrants or first-generation Americans.