Colin Kaepernick and Nike Want You to Believe in Something

Earlier this week former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick tweeted a black and white pic of his face along with the words, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” I was so happy when I realized it was Nike's 30th anniversary campaign announcement. We’re talking immediate ear-to-ear grin. It was like, yes! …

Censorship vs. Foreign Meddling: Who Should Win in the Battle for Social Media?

Ordinarily I disdain politics. Watching that pitiful reality show unfolding each day in the White House is like perpetual constipation, all useless poots and annoying belly pains. But what kind of journalist would I be if I ignored this week’s juicy happenings around Michael Cohen, long time Trump lawyer, who pled guilty to eight criminal …

Lindsay Lohan: Saying #MeToo Makes Women Look Weak? Not a Good Idea

There’s a certain level of emotional intelligence required to speak well publicly. You have to be aware of yourself, you should hopefully have deep empathy for others, and because of that you should be able to discern when not to speak, how to speak and on what topics. That’s not to say that those who …

Kevin Durant, Please Teach Us Your Social Media Truth

I’ve often thought the comments section of any editorial or social media post is an excellent mirror for the state of society as a whole. You have some good, some ugly, and some crazy. You see some reasoned arguments, some unreasonable ones, and some that scream here lies personal trauma; please medicate. But, that’s society. …

Whoopi Goldberg vs. Jeanine Pirro: How Not to Act on Live TV

So, Whoopi Goldberg had a bit of a meltdown on The View this week. Fox News “Justice with Judge Jeanine” host Jeanine Pirro appeared on the show on Thursday to promote her new book “Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy.” As seems to be fairly typical for the President’s supporters, she …