“There’s nothing normal about throwing your weight behind a child molester." Nicolle Wallace, a conservative MSNBC host who worked in the administration of President George W. Bush, explained that President Trump's Tuesday remarks about embattled Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore "repulsed" her. “I have this physical feeling of just being repulsed [...]Show More Summary
The CNN correspondent on journalism, hypocrisy, how a Twitter fave can ruin his morning, and why he has a poster of George Wallace hanging in his office
Bret Stephens, a conservative columnist for the New York Times on Monday and Nicolle Wallace, former White House communications director for George W. Bush, slammed Donald Trump for his response to a horrific massacre at a Texas church on Sunday. “The idea that it’s a mental health issue is...
MSNBC anchor and former George W. Bush communications director Nicolle Wallace blasted the absurdity of the legal defense being offered by President Donald Trump in the wake of multiple arrests of former Trump campaign staff. Wallace explained Manafort having multiple passports. “All of this...
MSNBC anchor and former George W. Bush communications director Nicolle Wallace slammed President Donald Trump’s White House for turning chief of staff John Kelly into a “political human shield” in the administration’s public feud with Myeshia Johnson, the pregnant mother of...
Oct 14 (Gracenote) - Scores from the European Tour Italian Open at the par-71 course on Saturday in Monza -17 Matt Wallace (Britain) 64 65 67 -15 Tyrrell Hatton (Britain) 69 64 65 Francesco Molinari (Italy) 64 68 66 -14 George Coetzee...Show More Summary
Former George Bush White House Communications Director Nicolle Wallace on Friday asked why no Republican is “willing to lose their jobs to save the country,” explaining Donald Trump could “potentially ruin everything America stands for.” ?Speaking with GOP strategist Steve Schmidt, Wallace asked...
Former Missouri Republican Senator (1976-1995) John Danforth was, and remains, a highly respected public figure, seen as a man of principle and decency. He is not a publicity seeker by any means, so when he makes a public utterance, it is not something to be ignored or overlooked. Recently,...
I confess I haven’t had the chance to watch very much of this yet, but I figure LGM readers could do worse late on Thursday than commenting on the time in 1968 that George Wallace appeared on William F. Buckley’s TV show. Root for injuries. Share
Last night the Birmingham News, Alabama’s largest newspaper, posted a blistering video attack on Roy Moore which compares him to notorious racist George Wallace and ticks off some of Moore’s nastiest attacks on LGBT Americans. The video’s...Show More Summary
George Wallace was a terrible human being. In his early career as a judge, he had a reputation for treating African-American lawyers in his courtroom with an unheard of amount of respect, even as he was a complete and unreconstructed racist in private (which also applies to Lyndon Johnson). But once he realized that his […]
James Coburn was electrocuted on this date in 1964 in Alabama’s “Yellow Mama”. He’d been condemned for a Dallas County robbery … and only for that. He has the distinction of being the very last human being executed in the United States for any non-homicide crime; at a stretch one could perhaps reckon him the […]
We all know that if you are a ketchup eater, you share the taste of our president. But he’s not the only demagogue proto-fascist who loved ketchup. I’m reading Dan Carter’s The Politics of Rage, his biography of George Wallace. What did the governor eat during his showdown with the Kennedy’s over integrating the University […]
In a scathing opinion piece published in the Washington Post, former Missouri Senator John Danforth (R) compared President Donald Trump to the notoriously racist Alabama Governor George Wallace before calling him “the most divisive president in our history.” Danforth, who served in the...
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Why is the Justice Department ordering all these cardboard standees of George Wallace?
The White House needs a serious wake up call. On Thursday, MSNBC host and former communications director for President George W. Bush, Nicolle Wallace, laid down the hammer and said what we're all thinking following Donald Trump's misogynist Twitter attack on Mika Brzezinski earlier this week. Not only did Wallace demand an apology from the White House, [...]
Millwall sign midfielders Jed Wallace and George Saville from Championship rivals Wolves, both for an undisclosed fee.
In 2017, it is easy to look back on Alabama Gov. George Wallace’s 1963 “Segregation Now, Segregation Forever” speech and think of it as a relic of days gone by—an era in which backward thinking would ultimately give way to progress.Show More Summary
Nicolle Wallace has made a name for herself at MSNBC as a political analyst who comes with chops hard-won from the George W. Bush administration and the John McCain presidential campaign. Now, she will try to stand out hosting the cable-news outlet's 4 p.m. hour. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments