Mark Steyn has been a primary backup anchor for the Rush Limbaugh show in recent years.
He offers his thoughts on Rush's passing.
I have come to admire him even more this last year. When he announced his diagnosis, we all knew this story only has one ending, and it's just a question of how many chapters there are leading up to it. Rush loved what he did more than anything in life except his family. He had no interest in going to Tahiti to watch the sunset. He wanted to be behind the Golden EIB Microphone every day that he could. So initially he took a couple of days off every three weeks for treatment, and then the two days became four, and the treatment weeks took their toll and spilled into the following week. But, through it all, he remained determined to do every single show he could - because, aside from anything else, he wanted to make sure he, his listeners, his brand, his stations did everything they could to put President Trump across the finish line on November 3rd.
Awful Announcing gives its take on the breakup between Jason Whitlock and Clay Travis' Outkick.
Having worked and consulted at a lot of startups, figuring out fair equity stakes for founders, investors, and key additions is often a tricky path to navigate, and these types of disagreements are not uncommon. Going forward, the smart money is on this all being cleaned up by lawyers so the dispute doesn’t further spill into public view with both parties able to move on. With that in mind, Whitlock hints in the interview he’s been talking to The Blaze and Fox News for his next landing spot and throws cold water on the idea of going back to either ESPN or Fox Sports. As for the business at hand, it seems like so many things in life, the real winners here will be billable hours.
My time in Bluefield included covering several games for the Bluefield College Ramblin' Rams.
Now the kneeling Rams.
Maybe Tina Turner can visit and sing about the trouble "Just beyond the Golden Dome."
Today, the House managers played the edited video from August 2017 - also known as the Fine People Hoax.
Play the whole tape and much of the anger from the past four years dissipates.
There's no rally in Washington on January 6 if the true tape had been played. Instead of the edited tapes shown over and over again.