Over the course of Trump’s presidency, O’Brien’s artwork depicted Trump looking into mirror and seeing a king, as well as one in which a wave appeared to be washing him away as he sat at the Resolute Desk. In neither of those cases was anyone confused. … [Read more...] about ‘Time’ Magazine’s Biden ‘Day One’ Cover Breaks Fox News Anchor’s Brain
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The nine-page feature is accompanied by a collection of photos highlighting Ardern’s versatile role. There photos of her family, her as a child and teenager, a meeting with Queen Elizabeth, handing the Bledisloe Cup to former All Blacks captain Kieran Read, spinning decks at a music festival, and her hugging a woman after the Christchurch terror attacks. … [Read more...] about German magazine names Jacinda Ardern ‘the best politician in the world’
“Tucson has a very fraternal spirit,” Louie said. “If you just drive through midtown, you’ll see lawn signs everywhere supporting No More Deaths and other non-profit causes. It feels like in Tucson, if something’s not right, a lot of Tucsonans would band together, and this is basically just the youth representation of that — conveying it through our work and our voice.” … [Read more...] about Art activism: Carnegiea Literary Magazine opens charity print shop for No More Deaths
Biden's coronavirus legislation is already facing stiff challenges in Congress, as Democrats hold only narrow majorities in both chambers and Republican support is still needed to pass most bills in the Senate. The White House nonetheless hopes to court a smaller circle of influential Republican lawmakers, particularly senators, and had reached out to key Republicans such as Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska to get their input on their virus aid plan. … [Read more...] about ‘There’s no time to start like today’: Joe Biden signs executive orders to reverse Donald Trump’s policies
McAuliffe has always moved at a pace of "one thousand miles an hour," as he put it in 1998. “People like me because I'm a man of the people," he once said, “a hustler.” His approach is all-out to the point of extravagance. At the age of 14, he started his own driveway sealing business and built it into a small empire. (“I used to make my mother answer the phone, ‘McAuliffe’s Driveway Maintenance.’”) His classmates at Bishop Ludden Junior-Senior High School elected him president in 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade. As a senior, McAuliffe mounted a bid for student body president. On the day candidates made their pitch, he and his friends borrowed two golf carts, stuck police lights on top, dressed up in trench coats and sunglasses like Secret Service agents, and, lights flashing, came flying into the Bishop Ludden auditorium to the sound of Hail to the Chief. “The place was going berserk,” says Duke Kinney, one of … [Read more...] about Terry McAuliffe’s Dead-Serious Advice For Democrats: Have Some Fun!