Pundits on Obama’s New Wins and the Tricks Up Clinton’s Sleeve

Barack Obama bested Hillary Clinton again last night by very wide margins (seventeen points in Wisconsin, 52 points in Hawaii), cutting into her core constituencies. (John Heilemann broke it all down.) Basically, Obama captured every demographic: men, women, whites, blacks, the educated, not as educated, dog people, cat people, children, mannequins, ghosts, etc. So, once […]

Twitter’s massive attack: What we know after Apple, Biden, Obama, Musk, and others tweeted a bitcoin scam

So far, Twitter has confirmed that employee tools were used in the hack, but not which ones or more than a theory as to how hackers might have gotten access. “We detected what we believe to be a coordinated social engineering attack by people who successfully targeted some of our employees with access to internal […]

Nerd Alert: Canceled Marvel Movies, DuckTales Mash-Up & More

Beyoncé Knowles’ “Single Ladies”/DuckTales Mashup Beyoncé Knowles’ “Single Ladies” song was a smash hit in 2008, with a music video that is just as popular, with over 389 million views on YouTube to this day. The music video may be even better now, with YouTube user The Baroness is Awesome replacing the song itself with […]

New To Netflix This Weekend And Next Week: A Video Game Doc You Need To Check Out

There are a new things to check out this weekend. The 2003 film Johnny English arrives on Sunday, which sees Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) play a bumbling secret agent for MI5. Also on that day, the 2012 musical Les Misérables, which stars Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, and more, sing-talking their way through the […]

Heilemann: Clinton to Bring the Hammer Down After Her Wisconsin Drubbing

The Clinton campaign is laboring mightily to stuff a sock down that corpulent old dame’s throat. In the week before the vote on Tuesday, Hillary’s minions argued insistently and repeatedly (though not for attribution) that she didn’t really have a hope in hell of winning in Wisconsin. Because it was an open primary with same-day […]

What’s in a mispronunciation of a name? Ask Kamala Harris

WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 29: Fox News host Tucker Carlson discusses ‘Populism and the Right’ during the National Review Institute’s Ideas Summit at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel March 29, 2019 in Washington, DC. Carlson talked about a large variety of topics including dropping testosterone levels, increasing rates of suicide, unemployment, drug addiction and social hierarchy […]

Postal service warns states of delays to mail-in ballots for US election 2020

“The Postal Service’s announcement represents a significant change to the outlook for voting by mail in the general election,” the state said in a legal filing. But prior to the letter, “the Postal Service had not indicated the likelihood of widespread, continuing, multiple-day mail-delivery delays presenting an overwhelming, statewide risk of disenfranchisement for significant numbers […]

Newsweek apologizes for Kamala Harris op-ed

“The op-ed was never intended to spark or to take part in the racist lie of Birtherism, the conspiracy theory aimed at delegitimizing Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaMcGrath reshuffles campaign in home stretch to Senate election The Hill’s Campaign Report: Trump hedges with Post Office funding | Harris speaks with 19th | An apology of sorts […]

AP FACT CHECK: Trump skews record on Biden-Harris, economy

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government’s top infectious diseases official, has warned that increased cases across the South and West in particular put “the entire country at risk.” On Thursday, for instance, the rate of positive virus cases in Texas soared to the highest levels of the pandemic, with nearly 1 in every 4 coronavirus tests […]

Delaware thrust into unlikely starring role in 2020 campaign

A block away, parked police cruisers and shipping containers blocked traffic by the hotel entrance where Biden comes and goes. Police patrolled on foot and Segway. There were Secret Service agents at the door. TV cameras commandeered the sidewalk across the street, and tents protected reporters from the frequent rains during live broadcasts.