Corinne Weaver

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Corinne Weaver works as a senior analyst for the Media Research Center. As the Joe and Betty Anderlik Fellow, her coverage on tech censorship, media bias, and pro-life issues have been cited by many in the conservative movement. Corinne’s work has been featured in Fox News, the Guardian, LifeSiteNews, and the Federalist. Before her current position, Corinne graduated from Christendom College with bachelor’s degrees in English and History.

 

Latest from Corinne Weaver

Late night talk shows are having a great year. The premiere of Comedy Central’s new series, The President Show, had over one million viewers. The late night talk show where actor Anthony Atamanuik stars as Trump is garnered the network’s biggest audience since Broad City, according to The Hollywood Reporter.



It’s Jezebel’s birthday. The left bows in homage.

Jordan Michael Smith, writing for The Guardian, reviews the influence brought about by Jezebel’s presence in the media for the past 10 years. Anna Holmes, the founder of the site, was an editor at InStyle when she started Jezebel. According to Smith, she “hated the magazine’s worship of luxury, the lack of racial diversity, and the shallowness of women’s publications generally.”



Amber Tamblyn wants tolerance. But only her kind of tolerance. A member of the cast of the popular film, “The Sisterhood of Traveling Pants,” and the director of the recently released drama “Paint It Black,” the actress has attempted to describe herself as an activist.

In a recent interview with Bustle writer Rachel Simon, the actress explained how

activism, for her, is about finding acceptance, except for those who “hate me, and hate people I love, and hate people of color, and hate people who are trans.” But she is fed up with “being told to have more understanding for people who don’t agree.”


When the term “abortionist” comes up in conversation, does the word “hero” usually follow?

That’s the light in which the  LA Times decided to tell Willie Parker’s story, in a piece about his acceptance of an award from a pro-choice women’s group.



What do a transgender rights activist, a liberal arts professor, a civil engineer, and a second-wave feminist have in common?

They are all authors who decided to join the Everytown Authors Council in the liberal fight against gun rights, or, in their own words, “gun violence.”



David Letterman has a question for Donald Trump. He wants to ask him, “All right Don. What the fuck happened?” The retired late night talk show host recently spoke with GQ magazine on his past history of interviews with Donald Trump and his current opinion of the President of the United States. Letterman talked to the interviewer about his experience with Donald Trump as a frequent guest on the show, Late Show with David Letterman.

 

The retired late night talk show host recently spoke with GQ magazine on his past history of interviews with Donald Trump and his current opinion of the President of the United States. Letterman talked to the interviewer about his experience with Donald Trump as a frequent guest on the show, “Late Show with David Letterman.”