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Why Anthony Weiner joined a PR firm, in his own words

You may know Anthony Weiner as a former New York City congressman, or a former mayoral candidate, or an occasional political pundit, or as a guy who tweets a lot about hockey. 1,863 more words

Leadership

Anthony Weiner aka Carlos Danger Hired By PR Firm with Ties to Hillary Clinton

New York Post — If you find yourself in a p.r. nightmare, there’s a swashbuckling new hero you can turn to — Carlos Danger.

A top “crisis” public-relations firm with ties to Hillary Rodham Clinton has hired the last person in the world that most people would call on to dispense advice on dealing with a scandal: disgraced, penis-texting former Congressman Anthony Weiner. 33 more words

Politics

'Like Jeffrey Dahmer hosting Top Chef': Who thought Anthony Weiner'd be a good fit for this job?

"Remember what I did? Do the opposite of that. That'll be $15,000." https://t.co/3635QeVAaQ

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) July 23, 2015

What could go wrong? Well, apparently now it’s gonna be Anthony Weiner’s job to help figure that out:

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US Politics

Afternoon Bulletin: Misconduct Findings in Garner Case Made Public

As Eric Garner’s family continues to mourn his passing one year later, a Manhattan judge set a potential precedent for police transparency late last night. Judge Alice Schlesinger filed a decision Wednesday to release the misconduct findings summary of Officer Daniel Pantaleo, who held Garner in a chokehold. 413 more words

'Sharknado 3' Got Two Billion Twitter Impressions Last Night

Any movie whose cast includes David Hasselhoff, Jerry Springer and Anthony Weiner was guaranteed to be catnip for the Twitter community.

Or should we say shark-nip? 374 more words

Hearing Footsteps, Fake-Ass Progressives Rush to Demonize Bernie and Lionize Hillary

It’s been fun to watch the Democratic establishment mounting defenses against the Bernie Sanders threat. The early attacks hammered Bernie along what, for lack of a better term, would be called “identitarian” lines, particularly race and sex. 842 more words