Women complain of sexism and a hostile work environment at ESPN, the White House’s woes continue, the accusation avalanche gets even bigger, and more in today’s Lunchtime Links…
A discussion on the pitfalls of social media, net neutrality “falls”, shoe dispute leads to assault between SC strippers, accusation avalanche continues to snowball and more in today’s Afternoon Links….
Here are five “good news” stories involving Secret Santas and other do-gooders for Wednesday that will warm your heart:
Congrats for Democrat Doug Jones poured in all over social media after he defeated Republican Roy Moore last night in a hotly contested Alabama Senate race that was widely viewed by political analysts as a referendum on the agenda of President Trump.
While politicos and commentators alike are busy preparing their “super-hot takes” for whatever the outcome of the Alabama Senate race will ultimately be, voters there are headed to the polls to cast their vote in a closely-watched election where – in my opinion – there are no good options.
When comedian/TV talk show host Chelsea Handler isn’t going on unhinged Twitter rants against President Donald Trump and other elected Republicans, she’s opining on members of his administration. Nothing wrong with that in and of itself, except that in doing the latter she sometimes defeats the purpose of her feminist message (and it’s not the first time). For example, take a look at the following Tweets, sent from her account late last week and over the weekend and directed towards White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders: