Much of that criticism is clearly sexist: shouting, for example, is not usually a liability for male candidates." [Huffington Post, 2/3/16] Calling Clinton A "Bitch" Questioning Clinton's Sexuality Attacks On Clinton's Appearance Clinton's Appearance: Cleavage Edition Claims That Clinton's Femininity Is A Problem Claims That Clinton Is Manly Attacks On Clinton's Voice Attacks On Clinton's Laugh Attacks On Clinton For Having Emotions Clinton's Emotions: Crying Edition Comparing Clinton To Violent And Sexualized Fictional Characters Claims That Clinton Hates Men, Castrates Them Claims That Clinton's Success Was Entirely Due To Her Husband Miscellany Conservative Columnist And NRA Board Member Ted Nugent: "Worthless Bitch" Hillary Clinton Should Ride My Machine Gun Into The Sunset.
“Most of you don’t know this, but David and I have lived parallel lives," Axelrod told the audience of political and media elite, adding that if Brooks continued following his lead, “he might have not renounced his liberalism.” Axelrod was guest speaker at The Week's "Sixth Annual Opinion Awards," where Brooks was being honored as columnist of the year.
The Conservative Pundit of Fox News, Tucker Carlson has an amusing history regarding his marriage.
Tucker Carlson was brave enough to captivate the heart of his school principal’s daughter with whom he is sharing 25 years of married life now. Though Susan was the headmaster’s daughter, the courageous Tucker managed to trap the girl in his love.
“I think it’s fair to say he way overshot the runway.” Margaret Carlson, The Week’s Washington editor-at-large, said as Brooks came on stage, that he’s the only columnist who can describe Obama in print as a “senior administration official.” “I’m moved much more than I thought I’d be by what David said,” Brooks began. You suck." The two other honorees last night were the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Mike Luckovich (cartoonist of the year) and fivethirtyeight.com’s Nate Silver (blogger of the year). Claire Mc Caskill, Eugene Robinson, and Joe Scarborough.
Following the awards presentation, there was a lively panel discussion, moderated by The Week’s editor-at-large Harry Evans: “Will there ever be a new politics? Scarborough wasn’t alone from the NBC-MSNBC family, as several colleagues made their way into the ballroom: Mika Brzezinksi (who handled the Q&A), Chris Matthews, Betsy Fischer, Savannah Guthrie, Andrea Mitchell, David Shuster, and Mark Whitaker.