Zamata, who joined the show in January, is the first female African-American cast member to join the show in several years. But on Saturday, she delivered the performance of a veteran in the Scandal sketch, assigning challenging tasks to her team—which was unfazed by her demands, saying, “on it!” and “easy.”
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But Carson made a big splash, exclaiming, “I hate political correctness,” and telling a packed house that they can count on him to “continue to defy the PC police,” after criticism he’s taken—from, among others, me—after he lumped same-sex marriage in with bestiality, saying he opposed expanding marriage, beyond the “traditional” definition, to anyone, “be they gays, be they NAMBLA [North American Man/Boy Love Association], be they people who believe in bestiality“; and his remark that Obamacare is “the worst thing that has happened in this nation since slavery.”
He struck back at criticism he received after a March appearance on Fox News when he compared same-sex marriage to bestiality. During the interview with Sean Hannity, the former Johns Hopkins surgeon and now-Fox News commentator said, “Marriage is between a man and a woman. No group, be they gays, be they NAMBLA [North American Boy/Man Love Association], be they people who believe in bestiality, it doesn’t matter what they are. They don’t get to change the definition.”
As Google Glass becomes more of a reality, some businesses have contemplated a ban on the wearable tech.
One bar in San Francisco, The Willows, has posted a notice requiring patrons to “kindly remove” their Google Glass devices before entering, San Francisco’s KCBS Radio reports. The move seems to be prompted by a need to respect patrons’ privacy and comfort — which seems to be disrupted by the presence of the recording-ready Google Glass.
Should your business ban Google Glass?
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Corrections Corporation of America, based in Nashville, Tenn., which has operated Idaho’s largest private prison for more than a decade, has acknowledged that it understaffed the Idaho Correctional Center by thousands of hours in violation of the state contract, the AP reports.
Sure, as Bush’s NSA at the time, Rice likely had better information on WMD (or lack thereof) than Clinton. But as a sitting senator, it’s not like Clinton was flying totally blind. She was surely better briefed than, let’s say, Illinois State Sen. Barack Obama, who had the presence of mind to publicly oppose the Iraq war.
“For years, it’s called itself the ‘champion of the Hispanics,’ but lately, El Diario La Prensa, the nation’s oldest Spanish-language daily newspaper and the largest in New York, hasn’t been feeling all that mighty,” Nicole Levy reported Friday forcapitalny.com. “The unrest in its Brooklyn offices came to a head on Wednesday, when the Newspaper Guild of New York filed an unfair labor practice charge against ImpreMedia, the paper’s parent company, for allegedly threatening to fire employees over their loyalty to the union. . . .” Newspaper Guild of New York statement.