New York Times columnist Charles Blow defended himself against CNN pundit Kayleigh McEnany, who threw a veiled accusation at him about her "left-wing counterparts inserting sinister suspicion" when reporting about Trump during a late-night CNN panel this week.
Charles M. Blow (pictured), a respected New York Times columnist posted a series of distressed tweets to his over 123, ooo Twitter followers on Saturday, explaining that his son, Tahj Blow, a junior at Yale, informed him about a school police officer who mistook him for a burglary suspect and drew a gun on him as he exited his school’s library. Tahj, a third […]
Charlotte Haywood believes the problem with media nowadays is that it’s hard to get a positive image of young people, which she expressed to Reverend Al Sharpton and his “Role of Media in Crafting the Social Narrative” panel at the National Action Network convention last Friday. And this is part of the problem she is […]
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