Newsweek reports: Seth Meyers did not go lightly on President Trump after the commander-in-chief gave a startling press conference at Trump Tower in New York Tuesday, again asserting that violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, should be blamed on “both sides”—alt-right white supremacists and counter-protesters. Show More Summary
Newsweek published this story under the headline of “G-Men and Klansmen” on August 25, 1975. Due to recent events at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, which resulted in one death and 19 injuries, Newsweek is republishing the story. For decades, almost without restraint, the...
Newsweek published this story under the headline “All Shook Up” on August 29, 1977. To commemorate 40 years this week since the “King of Rock and Roll” died, Newsweek is republishing the story. Inside his Memphis mansion, Graceland, the king of rock ‘n’ roll lay...
Alex Jones said on his controversial radio program Sunday that the Charlottesville violence was “staged” by “Jewish actors” pretending to be KKK members in order to discredit the rally, Newsweek is reporting. Last weekend, alt-rightShow More Summary
Clashing with the alt-right at their hate-filled rallies only gives them the exact attention they want, the Southern Poverty Law Center tells Newsweek.
Newsweek published this story under the headline of “The Great White Hope” on November 14, 1977. Because of recent outbursts of white nationalism in Charlottesville, Virginia sparking national attention, Newsweek is republishing the story. It was billed as a “border watch”—a posse of...
Newsweek reports that an assassination order was issued by former Venezuelan military chief, Diosdado Cabello, to deal with outspoken US Senator Marco Rubio; There has been no comment from Rubio on the threat, nor suggestions as to why Rubio was targeted. However, the senator has been an outspoken voice from within the U.S. on Venezuela, […]
Apparently, a Newsweek article had issues with Ivanka and Melania Trump wearing high heels known as stiletto pumps. Why? Due to some side effects of wearing the heels for long periods of time and could “normalize” wearing the heels in public: Six months in, and the Trump women are well on their way to normalizing […]
BLESS HIS HEART: Tom Brokaw claims he was ‘hacked’ after NewsBusters article shows up on his timeline. It’s a tweet under Brokaw’s name to the NewsBusters article from Friday headlined, “Newsweek’s Nina Burleigh, Who Offered Bill Clinton Oral Sex, Decries Mrs. Trump’s Degrading High Heels”; Twitchy has the screencap. Even more so than as with […]
Newsweek published this story under the headline of “Ford’s Unquiet Oasis” on April 14, 1975. In light of recent events involving President Donald Trump and his 17-day working vacation at his golf club, Newsweek is republishing the story. Some of the president’s men had advised Gerald...
IT’S COME TO THIS: Newsweek’s Nina Burleigh, Who Offered Bill Clinton Oral Sex, Decries Mrs. Trump’s Degrading High Heels. Meanwhile, New York magazine’s women-oriented spin-off Website The Cut has an article titled “Political Peroxide — Blonde privilege,” in which the leftwing racial grievance division really has their decoding machines turned up to Bletchley Park levels: […]
Al Gore is feeling Inconvenient again. The former Vice President of the United States and environmentalist spoke to Newsweek Friday about the sequel to his Academy Award-winning 2006 documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, titled An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. The film—directed by Bonni Cohen...
Former Veep talks to Newsweek about Trump, climate change and veganism.
A journalist who famously offered Bill Clinton oral sex as a thank you for keeping abortion legal is now decrying the Trump women for encouraging sexism by wearing high heels. Writing for Newsweek on Friday, Nina Burleigh seethed, “Six...Show More Summary
Independent analysis in a scholarly journal challenges North Korean missile claims.
Apparently heels symbolize the awfulness of conservative women?
Democratic operatives tell Newsweek the party needs to embrace progressive issues if it is to have any shot at victory in 2018.
Newsweek published this story under the headline of “Reagan’s Kids Go Their Own Way” on June 22, 1981. Newsweek is republishing the story. To some old Reagan hands, the president’s eldest daughter, Maureen, 40, is a PR problem waiting to happen. She’s an outspoken supporter of the...
Democratic operatives tell Newsweek the party needs to embrace progressive issues if it has any shot at victory in 2018.
Newsweek reports: Republicans kicked off a monthlong respite from the drama surrounding national politics in Washington D.C. this week, only to return home to more chaos and anger from local constituents who elected them to office. Just as Democrats faced the newly founded Tea Party protesters during the 2009 summer recess, GOP lawmakers were swarmed with major […]