Beto O’Rourke scared the kids recently. He likes the “Green New Deal” because if we don’t go back to the 18th century we will all be killed by storms or locusts or something. Mr. Beto apparently believes “Climate Change” will threaten the kids fairly soon and wants unprecedented government regulations… CONTINUE
As my wife and children can readily attest to, my all-time favorite episode of NBC’s The Office is “Dinner Party.” That’s the one where office manager Michael Scott invites some of his employees over to his condo, where he and his unstable girlfriend Jan are hosting a couples-night. The episode… CONTINUE
I have told the following to numerous audiences: I’m hardly a Hollywood celebrity, but almost no day goes by that I am not stopped by a few strangers who want to shake my hand and say something. Needless to say, I rarely know the religious identity of the individual, but… CONTINUE
So much of media bias boils down to selection. What stories are covered? And, more importantly, which items get ignored? A new media bias template thrives In our social media age. If reporters want to pounce on a particular target, they can always find enough social media users to back… CONTINUE
On Thursday, the U.S. Senate (including 12 Republican senators) voted by 59-to-41 to overturn President Trump’s “national emergency” declaration on the southern border. Trump is expected to veto the measure. If you were a U.S. senator, how would you have voted?
Here’s how powerful President Trump really is: fake news, he made the phrase part of America. The news media helped him by generally being unfair and blatantly dishonest, but Mr. Trump drove the point home with a vengeance. And that’s the right word because both parties want to hurt the… CONTINUE
Former Tonight Show host Jay Leno made some political news earlier this week in an appearance on NBC’s Today. When asked if he missed his television hosting duties, Leno answered with an unequivocal no. “It’s different,” he added, referring to our uncivil political landscape. “I don’t miss it. You know,… CONTINUE
For more than 20 years, I have taught prep classes for the SATs, LSATs, GMATs, GREs, and other standardized tests. I have proctored at least a dozen SAT sessions. During these years, I have been made serious offers (bribes) to cheat on behalf of test-takers at least once a year…. CONTINUE