From my most recent NRO article, on the problems of the criminal-justice system: “This is American justice today, unsuspected by Norman Rockwell, triumphantly championed by morons like Nancy Grace; it is the still largely unnoticed tragedy of many millions of ruined American lives.” Whether you agree or disagree, your comments are, as always, most welcome.
There’s a lot of things to like about 2 Chainz: his music, his style, his mild-mannered response to getting yelled at by a deranged-sounding Nancy Grace—all good things. But surely the most acclaim should go to his hosting of one ofShow More Summary
I received today the following unexpected email from none other than John Mark Karr.
The latest details in the "manifesto," which Huskins' lawyer appears to accept wholesale in the interview with ABC, suggest that not only was Huskins not the kidnappers' intended victim, but that this was practice for a much more high-profile kidnapping. [ more › ]
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On Thursday night, Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly beat everyone else in cable news. O’Reilly crushed his competition at 8 p.m., with Anderson Cooper, Chris Hayes and Nancy Grace nowhere close to O’Reilly’s nearly 3 million total viewers. In...Show More Summary
Following the hung jury in the Jodi Arias murder retrial Thursday, Nancy Grace and Jeffrey Toobin faced off on the question of whether a mistrial, resulting in a likely sentence of life in prison as opposed to the death penalty for the defendant, constitutes "justice."
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin explained to HLN’s Nancy Grace on Thursday that life in prison was an appropriate punishment for murder because “executing people is not the only form of justice.” After the news broke that a second jury had deadlocked on whether or not to give...
From my most recent NRO article, on out-of-control prosecutors: “Every week seems to bring new revelations of the need for reform of the U.S. criminal-justice system. The most vivid recent example has been a flurry of warnings from the bench in California against corrupt and lawless prosecutors.” Whether you agree or disagree, your comments are, as always, most welcome.
The Nancy Grace and 2 Chainz romance continues. This week's installment involves gold-dipped blunts because, seduction. Read more...
Rapper 2 Chainz recently showed off his lavish weed-smoking choices and, of course, HLN's Nancy Grace has something to say about it.
Nancy Grace has been an HLN host for 10 whole years now, and the network is celebrating(?) by airing a one-hour special dedicated to her career.
[youtube src='//www.youtube.com/embed/a0WebcNn86s' width='640' height='360'] Here is Nancy Grace, same as she ever was: pencil-thin eyebrows contorted in dismay like EKG waves; seashell-sized pendant necklace; hair bleached to crunchy...Show More Summary
The Internet lit up last week with the news that rapper 2 Chainz—whose given name is Tauheed Epps—says he’s considering running for mayor of College Park, Ga. Fresh off his widely discussed debate with HLN host Nancy Grace over the legalization of marijuana, Epps confirmed that he is interested in becoming mayor and is exploring his eligibility.
Next time on Nancy Grace: A recent graduate of Michigan State Law allegedly got a master's degree student from the school pregnant twice before he left the country. The woman allegedly murdered one of the babies, and the other is now missing. Show More Summary
As illustrated by President Obama, Chris Christie, Questlove, Nancy Grace, Justin Bieber, Donald Rumsfeld, and Denny's.
We were a bit premature in declaring Nancy Grace the winner of the drug war after her perfectly reasonable, intellectually bulletproof takedown of rapper 2 Chainz on her show earlier this month. Turns out that was but a mere skirmish in the larger war of Nancy Grace Vs. Show More Summary
Weeks after debating Nancy Grace on marijuana, rapper 2 Chainz said he's considering a run for mayor of his hometown of College Park, Georgia.
The best thing to do is get really high before you watch this. Read the rest
After battling Nancy Grace on the legalization of marijuana, 2 Chainz might be using his debate skills to win an election! According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the rapper announced his plans to run for mayor of College Park, GA earlier this week. [ Related: 2 Chainz Eats $300 Burger! ] The 37-year-old said: "I am looking forward [...]