At this point, is Michael Bloomberg really anywhere near the center? The Washington Post pretended it was so on Sunday in a Michael Scherer article titled "A political aberration courts the Democratic nomination." To be a stitch to the right of today's Democratic Party is not the "center," just like being a stitch to the right of the ultraliberals in Manhattan is not the "center."
Upon receiving some accolade for acting or whatever, actor James Cromwell took his opportunity at the podium to promote political civility, and by political civility, we mean threaten that there will be an actual bloodbath should Americans refuse to vote Democrat this November.
Howard Dean, appearing on Joy Reid's MSNBC show, did today. Dean cast the battle between Democrats and Republicans as "a struggle about good versus evil, and the President of the United States is evil."
Barbra Streisand has long been known as one of lefty Hollywood’s standard-bearers, an identity that brings with it media appearances, protest attendance, and maybe some message-embedding in songs or movies.
On Thursday night and Friday morning, ABC and NBC newscasts refused to cover not one but two bad stories for liberal media darling and attorney Michael Avenatti as Republican Senator Chuck Grassley (IA) requested the Department of Justice investigate Avenatti and Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick for their behavior during the confirmation fight.
The October 25 episode of Hulu’s I Love You, America with Sarah Silverman took a break from its usual diatribe of insulting Trump and conservatives. Just kidding. This week, Silverman focused on bashing Trump and conservatives while giving praise to modern Spartacus Senator Cory Booker. She has truly become that predictable.
With his new moonlighting in political cartooning, Jim Carrey has donned the perpetually angry, sullen mask of the celebrity leftist horde. Previously, he has used his crude marker drawings to condemn conservatives such as Lindsey Graham and Rudi Giuliani, but his most frequent target by far has been President Trump.
Joe Scarborough thought he was being so cute. No fewer than six times during his little spiel this on today's Morning Joe, while reading from the US government's WWII psychological profile of Adolf Hitler, Scarborough stressed that he was not intending to refer to anyone else. Joe never uttered the President's name, but coming from this world-class Trump hater, there was no doubt what parallel he wanted viewers to draw.
Pretty bad sign when she's lost National Public Radio. Wasting little time to clear the deck for her upcoming presidential campaign, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-People's Republic of Massachusetts, last week trumpeted the results of a DNA test she took in an effort to prove she is of Native American descent. Warren reveals test confirming ancestry read the assertive headline in the Boston Globe announcing the news -- and it was all downhill from there.
El senador Cory Booker (D-NJ) compareció recientemente al semanario político Al Punto de Univisión donde admitió la premisa de varios artículos que surgieron durante las pasadas semanas, es decir, que los demócratas están teniendo dificultades para persuadir a los hispanos a que voten por ellos en las elecciones de medio término de 2018.
U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) appeared on Univision’s weekly political affairs talk show Al Punto, and admitted the veracity of the basis of several thinkpieces to emerge over the past few weeks - namely, that the Democrats are having a tough time persuading Hispanics to vote for them in the 2018 midterm elections.
The midterm elections are looming and things could go either way the left. They’re tried everything but acting sane, and the “blue wave” still looks like a ripple. Why not one more Trump = Hitler warning, this time in the form of a NYT video op-ed from a Yale philosophy professor?