NY Mag rediscovers ‘future-First Lady’ Melania Knauss graced its patriotic

(Photo by George De Sota/Getty Images)While ever-graceful First Lady Melania Trump has yet to be featured on the cover of any of the nation’s leading fashion magazines, New York Magazine reminded readers what the publication had apparently forgotten, that being that it had once hired the former model for a photo shoot. This happened in 2002, when then Melania Knauss, who was dating Donald Trump at the time, was photographed posing with an actual New York City firefighter for the magazine’s Valentine’s Day issue. In 2002, we booked a model to pose on the cover of @nymag. Read More

Middle school says kids can’t autonomously turn down dance requests,

Screengrab Fox 13, KSTUAzlyn Hobson, an 11-year-old middle school student in Utah, was excited about her school’s planned Valentine’s Day dance. At least, she was until the young girl said she was told she could not say “no” to any requests from other students to dance. The girl’s mother, Alicia Hobson, shared how that made her feel while speaking with the Washington Post. “She was so excited in the morning when she left,” Hobson said. “I asked if she got to dance with the boy she liked, and she did and she was happy. But in the same Read More

CNN commentator flips out over powerful black Trump support at

President Donald Trump held a White House roundtable on Thursday celebrating Black History Month, and there was a touching moment when the participants all gathered around the president and prayed. “With and for him,” CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller said in a tweet: African American supporters in the Cabinet Room gather around Pres Trump to pray with and for him. pic.twitter.com/pJZMi727BW — Mark Knoller (@markknoller) February 27, 2020 In what proved to be a telling rebuke of former President Barack Obama, one of the guests at the table, Jack Brewer, a former NFL player, joked with Trump Read More

Gutfeld: Coronavirus exposes media’s ‘dark desire’ for catastrophe under Trump,

Screengrab Fox NewsFox News’ Greg Gutfeld ripped the broadcast media for wielding the coronavirus as a weapon to criticize President Trump, noting the “media’s dark desires for something bad to happen so that all of their previous Trump hatred is validated.” The co-host of “The Five” played a montage of talking heads politicizing the virus to go after Trump, throwing in a tweet from CNN’s “ball of hysteria,” Brian Stelter, who warns that the fears “experts” have about the president “may” be coming true. “Relying on the word all CNN false fantasies bank on: ‘may,” Gutfeld noted. “Every Read More

Biden’s hands-off ‘naked woman’ scenario at campaign event raises eyebrows

Screengrab TwitterVice President Joe Biden is a gaffe machine with no off switch, and of all the topics you’d think he might steer away from, touching women would have to be a the top of the list. After all, he is commonly referred to as “creepy Uncle Joe” over an inability to keep his hands to himself. Speaking at a campaign event in South Carolina on Tuesday, Biden was talking about the Violence Against Women Act, which he drafted as a U.S. senator, when he offered an ill-advised scenario of a woman walking naked to say that “no Read More

‘Mean girl’ reporter who once wrote a piece on ‘casual

Screengrab TwitterA New York Post reporter was accused of have a “mean girl vibe” going on after a video captured her seemingly laughing at an Indian reporter. President Donald Trump addressed the media on the coronavirus at the White House on Wednesday and India Globe editor Raghubir Goyal was called on. Goyal would ask about U.S.-India relations after first expressing confidence that the medical team the president had assembled would keep America safe. Reporter Ebony Bowden, who was sitting in a row behind Goyal, was seen laughing as he asked his question with a heavy Indian accent, the Read More

‘It’s like being on ‘The View’’: Co-hosts use ironic comparison

Screengrab ABCTuesday night’s Democratic debate on CBS was so bad that Joy Behar compared it to the shrill factory she co-hosts. The ladies on “The View” often justify the contentious, often irrational exchanges the show is famous for on the idea that they’re all “passionate women,” and the dumpster fire that was the CBS debate certainly had passion. In a review of the Tuesday night’s spectacle, co-host Meghan McCain almost asked for permission to pan moderators Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell, who were clearly out of their league. A partial clip was shown of the candidates Read More

‘Topless stepmom’ accepts plea deal for being undressed in own

Screengrab ABC13 HoustonIn order to avoid having to register as a sex offender if convicted, a Utah woman facing criminal charges after her stepchildren saw her topless took a plea deal. Tilli Buchanan challenged the state’s law on lewdness after prosecutors argued that it is commonly understood in U.S. society that this would include women’s breasts, Fox News reported. The 28-year-old stepmother countered that the Utah law was unconstitutional because it discriminated against women by making it illegal to show their breasts. “This whole thing is ridiculous,” Buchanan’s attorney Randy Richards said. “She [or other women] Read More

Supreme Court rules Mexican parents can’t sue Border Patrol

(File photo HERIKA MARTINEZ/AFP via Getty Images)In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court ruled that the parents of a Mexican teenager who was shot dead over the border by a Border Patrol agent cannot sue in U.S. courts. Or, as the Associated Press characterized the decision, the high court voted “to close the courthouse door on the parents,” who argued that their son, a Mexican national, had his Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights violated by an unreasonable use of excessive force. Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca was shot and killed by Border Patrol Agent Jesus Mesa Jr., in 2010 — Read More

Rush says media is ‘gleeful’ in hyping coronavirus as the

Having previously declared that “the coronavirus is being weaponized as yet another element to bring down Donald Trump,” talk radio giant Rush Limbaugh went after the anti-Trump media in Tuesday’s show. Limbaugh played a montage of a number of media personalities commenting on the virus and the impact it could have on the economy leading up to November’s election, with more than one suggesting this could hurt his reelection effort and even help elect socialistic Bernie Sanders. While the media warned of “severe” disruptions due to COVID-19, President Donald Trump tried to reassure the nation while in India Read More