January 30, 2017
Vol. 22, No. 20
Books & Arts
Hours earlier, the anti-racist contingent of the Women's March on Washington met in the far corner of the undercroft at St. Mark's Church on Capitol Hill. Down the hall from a nearly-empty meeting room set aside for a niche gathering of another sort ("Catholics for Choice," read the sign on the door), I found protesters for whom racial injustice is a more pertinent fighting cause than misogyny.Read more
NBC's Washington affiliate was on the scene and reported smoke bombs were set off in the midst of the crowd assembeled outside the DeploraBall event.Read more
Picture The Clintons as a top TV series that made its debut in January 1992, as Bill and Hillary appeared on 60 Minutes on Super Bowl Sunday to refute charges that Bill had had a fling with a chanteuse called Gennifer Flowers. It peaked in 1998 with the gigantic impeachment debacle (a loser for everyone except Hillary), was renewed for 16 more seasons after Bill left office, sustained by the ongoing, aspirational “President Hillary" saga, and then wrapped up in a sensational six-hour special, featuring a stunning reversal of fortune that tied it all up with a bow.Read more
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