This whole “anti-establishment” movement is backfiring on the voters that are most demanding of a change.
The Matt Lauer accusations lead people to wonder who’s next. And when will it all stop? We’re at the point of sexual misconduct fatigue.
Is there any line that an evangelical Christian voter, who in the past has been outraged by immoral behavior from Ted Kennedy, Gary Hart, Bill Clinton and Anthony Weiner, would be unwilling to cross? Because apparently politics trumps (pun intended) character.
Just when I thought nobody could outdo the dysfunction in St. Louis city government, along comes a bunch of incompetents on the St. Louis County Council to try to steal away some of their spotlight.
I haven’t been too kind to St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson lately, and I would argue for good reason.
Time once again for a stark reality check…
In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Molly Ringwald wrote an op-ed in The New Yorker about her experiences being sexually assaulted as a young actress.
GQ’s Sean Flynn wrote a piece in 2013 about the Granite Mountain Hotshots and the Yarnell Hill wildfire.
It’s pretty easy to figure out what the Boy Scouts are doing by opening the doors to accept girls. They’re doing it for the money.
Randy Lewis of the Los Angeles Times got the last interview with Tom Petty before the artist’s death in early October.