Amidst controversy that makes Mike Tyson look like Snuffleupagus, Obama’s Green Czar, Van Jones, resigned from his sinecure. It’s too bad. We need Jones’s candid, uncalculated extremity because honesty is a mutation in the political climate that drives us to evolve. Veracity uncovers the fundamentals of popular issues so we can we can objectify them.
Arrested Development had it all: a handful of Emmys, more critical acclaim than Obama at an NAACP rally, and the best acting in a sitcom since Bob Saget’s wholesome charade on Full House. So why did no one watch it?
Last month, Barack Obama invited the Pittsburgh Steelers to the White House for dinner, chummy handshakes, and more scripted conversations than an episode ofThe Hills. But James Harrison, a Steelers linebacker and NFL defensive player of the year, declined the appeal.