On 'The Daily Show,' Tuesday night, Jon Stewart gave Hillary Clinton a pretend aptitude test, asking for one if she prefers commuting to work or a home office (‘home’ was her answer).
Hillary Clinton will probably have some sort of strategy for dealing with the issue of her family’s wealth, which Jon Stewart could use as an opening subject. But other topics are likely to come up, too.
Letters to the Editor for the May 26, 2014 weekly magazine:I don’t doubt that the people at Fox News all are beautiful human beings. I just don’t care for the way they seem to slant the truth to push an agenda or be controversial.I don’t think the differences in people’s political views should be characterized as Republican versus Democrat. I see the difference as being constitutionalists versus anarchists.
Fox News host Megyn Kelly caused a mini-media storm when she asserted that Santa Claus and Jesus were both white. She backed off a bit on Jesus, but accuses her critics of race-baiting.
A video making fun of Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving has gone viral, drawing attention to a protest Saturday in which scores of women got behind the wheel.
Malala Yousafzai's US book tour drives home the power of education and in doing so reveals just how privileged Western children really are. Maybe we need to reinstitute bedtime stories for our teens and talk about this one tonight, together.