He may not have walked in to the Detroit Lions facility knowing the offense as well as Matthew Stafford and Jake Rudock, but rookie quarterback Brad Kaaya is still a well-regarded prospect who most observers felt would be gone long before Detroit picked him in the sixth round. 194 more words
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Poll: Majority of Canadians would consider voting for a Sikh, transgender or unilingual prime minister
Is Canada ready for a prime minister who covers his or her head for religious reasons?
Just barely, says a new poll published today by the Angus Reid Institute… 556 more words
Warning: The following recap contains spoilers from the Season 1 finale of Netflix’s GLOW. Proceed at your own risk.
GLOW Series Premiere: Will You Get in the Ring With the Wrestling Comedy? 653 more words
It seems all Presidents, not just Donald Trump, are endlessly fixated on “How am I doing? Do the people worship me?” Early in his political career, Lyndon Johnson squeaked out a 1948 Senate primary victory with a scant 87 votes; Republicans scornfully dubbed him “Landslide Lyndon.” That so galled him he viciously ran up the Presidential vote against Goldwater, and spent four White House years obsessing over his polls. 578 more words