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Bozell & Graham Column: A Speech to Denounce Meryl Streep

Actress Meryl Streep isn’t just denouncing the dire state of America at Hollywood awards shows. She’s now taking this awards speech to far-left events, accepting an “Ally Award” from the LGBT political-correctness police at the so-called Human Rights Campaign. Show More Summary

Mindy Newell: Homeland, 24: Legacy and Yiannopoulos, Oh My!

Before I get into the meat of today’s column… Do you watch comedian and political satirist Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO, Friday, 10 PM ET)? What I especially love about Mr. Maher’s show is that he invites people on who are from all shades of the political spectrum and that he’s unafraid of calling […]

New Daily Show Is First New Syndie Program to Earn Fall 2017 Launch

Twentieth Television announced today that it has added clearances for its new daily TV series “Page Six TV,” from the New York Post and Endemol Shine North America. Based on the New York Post’s Page Six gossip column and website,...

NFL draft: Which players failed to help themselves at the Senior Bowl?

Our colleague, Charles Robinson, is a pretty positive chap. He showed just that in his “Winners” column from the Senior Bowl that highlighted Alabama TE O.J. Howard and six other players who helped their NFL draft causes with strong weeks of work. Show More Summary

Artist brings beauty to war-damaged Gaza home

2 months agoArts : Artdaily

Dutch artist Marjan Teeuwen walks past a column formed from rubble to show off her latest creation, a barren house in the Gaza Strip where doorless rooms face into bleak, empty space. The 'Shaath House' in Khan Yunis in the south ofShow More Summary

OECD Overlooks Amazing Success of Low-Tax Singapore, Urges Higher Taxes in Asia

I wrote a rather favorable column a few days ago about a new study from economists at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Their research showed how larger levels of government spending are associated with weaker...Show More Summary

Aileen Mehle, Gossip’s Grande Dame Known as ‘Suzy,’ Dies at 98

Millions of people read her column in newspapers across the country and knew her face from her regular appearances on the game show “What’s My Line.”

20 Questions with Katy Daley – Blake Williams

4 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

20 Questions with Katy Daley is a new, ongoing feature here at Bluegrass Today. The column may be new, but you all know the contributor, Katy Daley, a familiar voice from the Katy Daley Show each weekday morning at WAMU’s Bluegrass Country. Show More Summary

Biased technical change and labour demand: Evidence from global value chains

Offshoring and biases in technical change can have observationally equivalent effects on domestic labour demand, which precludes a quantification of their relative impacts. This column shows how biased technical change can be identified by studying global value chains that include all stages of production, both at home and abroad. Show More Summary

20 Questions with Katy Daley – Russell Moore

5 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

20 Questions with Katy Daley is a new, ongoing feature here at Bluegrass Today. The column may be new, but you all know the contributor, Katy Daley, a familiar voice from the Katy Daley Show each weekday morning at WAMU’s Bluegrass Country. Show More Summary

10 Things We Can Learn About Writing from 'You’re the Worst'

5 months agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

We dig deep into Stephen Falk's complicated FXX series. Column by Max Booth III If I told you a show existed that focused on two narcissists in a relationship, you would probably tell me, hey, that sounds kind of boring, and you’d have a point. Show More Summary

Trade globalisation in the last two centuries

Historians and economists generally identify two periods of trade globalisation, the first beginning around 1870 and the second during the 1970s. The column argues that new data from 1827 onwards shows globalisation beginning as trade...Show More Summary

20 Questions with Katy Daley – Kathy Kallick

6 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

20 Questions with Katy Daley is a new, ongoing feature here at Bluegrass Today. The column may be new, but you all know the contributor, Katy Daley, a familiar voice from the Katy Daley Show each weekday morning at WAMU’s Bluegrass Country. As the situation allows, Katy […] The post 20 Questions with Katy Daley – Kathy Kallick appeared first on Bluegrass Today.

20 Questions with Katy Daley – Sammy Shelor

6 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

With this post we introduce a new feature, which will appear sporadically at Bluegrass Today. The column may be new, but you all know the contributor, Katy Daley, a familiar voice from the Katy Daley Show each weekday morning at WAMU’s Bluegrass Country. As the situation […] The post 20 Questions with Katy Daley – Sammy Shelor appeared first on Bluegrass Today.

How domestic trade frictions shape welfare gains

In international trade theory, countries are often treated as homogenous regions, with no account taken of their internal geography. This column uses evidence from China’s Treaty Port Era to show how domestic trade frictions shape welfare gains from trade. Show More Summary

Where are the Syrians in Assad’s Syrian Arab Army?

The video shows the attack on Palmyra, the historic Syrian city reclaimed from Isil for the Assad regime, and as a column of troops heads across the desert behind him a soldier is giving a commentary. “Despite many casualties, they are moving forward in the advance,” he says. The oddity is that he is not […]

A TGB EXTRA: John Oliver on the Democratic Convention

7 months agoHealth / Aging : Time Goes By

Usually, I post the video essays from John Oliver's remarkable HBO show, Last Week Tonight in the Saturday Interesting Stuff column. But because news – particularly political news – moves at warp speed these days and Oliver's show airs late...

Filibustered: The RNC was a show made for cable, and the networks suffered for it

Filibustered is Alex McCown’s column about the overlap between politics and pop culture. Every four years the presidential conventions roll around, rising from the dead like impatient cicadas, to make a super-annoying noise that lasts for four days straight, then die off again until the next election cycle. Show More Summary

The Behind the Scenes Pic of the Day: Spielberg with stars from both Poltergeist and E.T.!

The great Netflix show STRANGER THINGS inspires the BTS column to dive into Amblin and Stephen King related behind the scenes images this week! We start off with a twofer! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Over...Show More Summary

12 Grammar and Writing Tips from Archer

7 months agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

The animated show 'Archer' is a grammar-lovers wet dream. Column by Taylor Houston If I were having a dinner party, and I could invite anyone I wanted, I would totally invite Adam Reed, the creator and writer of the made-for-adults cartoon...Show More Summary

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