Did you come here looking for Oscars coverage? Well, here’s Magary’s annual Hater’s Guide to the Oscars. The most of the rest of this post will be about politics. After all, when you have people battling it out to be the leader of the free world (that isn’t Angela Merkel), it’s kind of the fight for the real big prize.
Anyway, it’s Sunday which means that it’s time for the links. Let’s kick things off with Jennifer Garner.
Who ordered Flint to switch to water from the Flint River? It doesn’t look like Flint City Council did. (M Live)
Here’s the first I’ve heard of this frighteningly apt comparison. Donald Trump is quite a bit like former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. (Quartz)
About 38% of Florida voters think that Ted Cruz could be the Zodiac Killer. I give up on this election… And the electorate. (UPI)
Yeah, I know it’s Valentine’s Day but how many people actually give a toss? I suppose that’s because I’m single but maybe it’s also because I’m a guy. Those are two things that make me predisposed to not being particularly arsed about a corporate holiday. Okay, I’m a cynic too. Three things that make me think that Valentine’s Day is a wasteful cash grab.
Anyway, it’s Sunday which means that we have to do the links. Let’s kick things off with Adriana Lima.
It’s not just HGH. Peyton Manning’s legacy might be built on lies. (New York Daily News)
About a third of leaked NY police contracts have clauses that allows for the destruction of civilian complaints against officers. Doesn’t that make you feel safe about policing? (The Guardian)
How is Hilary getting positive coverage from the media in the wake of a groundswell of Bernie support? By damn near “blackmailing” the press. (Gawker)
The New Hampshire primaries were last night. The Sanders win probably wasn’t a huge surprise but the GOP was probably a shock with Trump winning by doubling up on John Kasich who was a shock second place. I guess the Rubio challenge was short-lived. Granted, we do have a long way to go until November.
Anyway, it’s Wednesday so it’s time for the links. Let’s kick things off with Natalie Dormer.
I find it slightly ironic that FX Canada is showing a mini-series about the OJ Simpson trial at the same time as the Jian Ghomeshi trial takes place in Canada. These two cases could have some amazing parallels when it’s all said and done because of how much of a disaster this case is becoming for the Crown. (The Globe and Mail)
Donald Trump won the GOP New Hampshire Primary. The Huffington Post didn’t mince words. (The Hill)
The press isn’t just dishing it out to Trump. They’re taking it from him too. (Washington Post)