Here’s a startling statistic about the enormous bet AOL is making on content:
AOL’s newsroom is now bigger than the New York Times’.
AOL’s news and content operation now has three main parts: Huffington Post, Patch, and the legacy AOL brands and sites. At last count, Patch had about 800 editorial staffers, Huffpo about 200, and the rest of AOL about 300.
Add all those together and you get ~1,300, which is more than the New York Times’ ~1,200.
Most American women with money, degrees, or connections will never hear that our culturally prescribed feminist lifestyle is the source of their unhappiness.
The special counsel’s final report on the Clinton campaign’s manufacturing of the Trump–Russia collusion narrative will be very interesting reading.
He had to have known that voting as he did in the Texas case would bring him bad press.
The heroic period of his administration was always a mirage.
The political class that has dreamed up and enforced these restrictions has been largely insulated from the consequences.
A white woman in a gorilla mask threw an egg at a black man seeking to become the first non-white governor of our largest state, and the media shrug.
The company said the vaccine generated antibody levels similar to those found in young adults.
Children face little risk of catching or transmitting COVID, and cloth masks are ineffective at best.
Cities rise and fall. New York is sketchy now. Can it rise again? Will people demand it? Or shrug, shudder, and mutter?
The conservative movement stood athwart history, yelling Stop — it’s time it did so in education too.
If so, prepare for even more calls for expanded welfare.
The Empire State continues to promote a culture of death.