This has been a tough year for teachers. The COVID-19 pandemic has made it so that many of them can’t teach their students in public. They’ve had to adjust teaching their students virtually and deal with disruptions caused by the pandemic.
There were many disgraceful things that happened during Donald Trump’s presidency. But perhaps the most revolting element of the 45th president’s was his family separation policy.
That Donald Trump made orphans of children seeking asylum in the United States is not in doubt. It is estimated that at least 545 children were separated from their parents due to the measure.
This week, the United States hit a grim milestone. The country has now experienced 500,000 deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thankfully, Joe Biden‘s response to the virus has been much more aggressive than Trump’s was. According to Axios, America is now averaging 1.7 million vaccines a day.
Donald Trump did not have many accomplishments during his time in office. There was, of course, a tax cut for the rich and 3 Conservative Supreme Court Justices. The 45th President, though, failed to do much more than that.
People in the cable news media are expected to spin stories. Regardless of what side of the aisle they’re on, commentators often want to make the news look more favorable to them.
But the idea of spin has become very difficult in the age of Trump. So the media figures of Fox News, OAN and Newsmax have decided that it’s just easier to gaslight their viewers. It is easier to pretend something never happened rather than defending the indefensible.
"Can I question the historical value of this? It comes off to me as really drab...It's like you won a trip on Wheel of Fortune and it's to Venezuela"
Was Donald Trump's meltdown at the press just a tactic to avoid bad Trump University news? It sure changed the topic in a hurry. Read on...
The news that Fox's Greg Gutfeld To Host His Own Comedy Show has caused crisis of confidence. Heretofore Friday Fox Follies treated all of Fox "News" as a meta-comedy/reality show -- a cross between The Colbert Report and the short-lived The Joe Schmo Show. Maybe only Greg Gutfeld is in on the joke.
There's nothing Friday Fox Follies likes least than to repeat a topic from last week because new jokes are hard to find. No matter. When Bill O'Reilly Goes Ballistic On Eric Engberg, David Corn, Calls Bob Schieffer A 'Plagiarist' this reporter must follow the truth, no matter where it goes.
The big news this week was about fake newsmen Brian Williams and Jon Stewart and -- wouldn't you know it -- Fox "News" had fingerprints at both scenes of the crime.
Check out Black Friday's edition of Friday Fox Follies, In this article, see how Fox News ignored the truth about Benghazi and blamed Ferguson riots on Obama.