A blog by Tanner Friedman Director Kim Eberhardt: Look only as far as your Facebook feed or the your 24-hour news channel of choice and you are likely to see a diversity of opinions regarding Michelle Wolf’s performance at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. The entertainment value of her set at the Dinner, an event … Continued
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Who are the kids and who are the adults in the room? In the aftermath of last week’s school shooting in Florida, the answer to that question has become readily apparent. The horror is terrible. The outrage palpable. Our elected officials culpable. The resolve of the students and parents of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School … Continued
The more things change the more they stay the same. Whether in a church outside San Antonio where the silence of prayer was suddenly broken by heartache this week or at a concert in Las Vegas where thousands danced before ducking for cover and their lives. Violence and death. Rhetoric and inaction. And guns. Those … Continued
Just hours ago, The Huntington Post reported on the latest presidential appearance, writing: “President Donald Trump on Friday became the first sitting president to address the Values Voter Summit, an event sponsored by the Family Research Council, a group known for its anti-LGBTQ views.” Today, it was not so much what Trump said as where he said it. Where is … Continued
Sports. Politics. Patriotism. Three subjects where no matter what you say or opine, you are going to find great passion and disagreement. And when they overlap, as they have done in recent days, there can erupt a firestorm that can produce both dialogue and divisiveness. The former is healthy. The latter, exactly what we as … Continued
Sean Spicer is an embarrassment to PR. He was an embarrassment in January, when in a fascist-style diatribe of propaganda, he infamously repeated his boss’ false claims. He was an embarrassment when he said, in response to a question about Syria, “You had someone as despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical … Continued