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The Politicization of Everything

Laura Hollis, There is a quote that is often attributed to former U.S. Representative Barney Frank: “’Government’ is simply the name we give to the things we choose to do together.” When Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick quoted Rep. Frank at the 2008 Democratic National Convention, I just rolled my eyes. First, “we” often don’t get

Who’s Really Left Behind?: Reconnecting with Middle America Requires More than Messaging

Charlotte Hays,  One of the many unintentionally revealing outpourings of anguish from the Democratic elite in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s rout came from Rep. Debbie Dingell, a longtime Washington insider. Before the votes were cast in November, Dingell had an inkling that Mrs. Clinton might not be faring so well in the Michigan district

Donald wins: ‘Deplorables’ trump Clinton

Liz Peek,  Donald Trump shocked pundits (and many political experts) Wednesday by winning the presidency. But his followers weren’t shocked at all. They understood from the start the power of Trump’s message, and the anger of middle class Americans. Americans suffering from stagnant wages and lost jobs, who were the last to benefit from the

Trump calls Election Day ‘our Independence Day’

Donald Trump is channeling Hollywood as he kicks off the final rally of his unconventional presidential campaign. “Today is our Independence Day,” Trump declares at a rally in Grand, Rapids Michigan in the early hours Tuesday. He says, “Today the American working class is going to strike back.” Trump had been expected to hold his

Justin Bieber arrest: Lady Gaga, Ellen DeGeneres weigh in

 Following Justin Bieber’s arrest in Miami Beach, Florida early Thursday morning, just about everybody seems to have formed their opinions on the pop star’s latest P.R. crisis, including his fellow celebrities. Stars including Lady Gaga have taken to social media to weigh in on the “Boyfriend” singer’s recent legal troubles. Some posts were good, some were

Michelle Malkin: Hollywood’s Favorite Sleazeball Shutterbug

The silence is deafening. A depraved photographer accused of abusing and exploiting young models enjoys access to the entertainment industry’s hottest female stars, from Rihanna to Lady Gaga to Beyonce to Miley Cyrus. He counts “progressive” feminist celebs among his most intimate friends. He’s even photographed President Obama. But when confronted with his sordid history

Michelle Malkin: Hollywood's Favorite Sleazeball Shutterbug

The silence is deafening. A depraved photographer accused of abusing and exploiting young models enjoys access to the entertainment industry’s hottest female stars, from Rihanna to Lady Gaga to Beyonce to Miley Cyrus. He counts “progressive” feminist celebs among his most intimate friends. He’s even photographed President Obama. But when confronted with his sordid history