Would a 2019 Team North America beat the 2016 version?

It’s been two and a half years since TNA electrified the hockey world at the World Cup of Hockey. But would a hypothetical 2019 edition be even better?
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Queen Latifah on racism: ‘We’re America. Let’s act like it.’

Queen Latifah on racism: ‘We’re America. Let’s act like it.’“Through Her Eyes” is a weekly half-hour show hosted by human rights activist Zainab Salbi that explores contemporary issues from a female perspective. Queen Latifah has a straightforward message on racism: “We’re America. “People need to be educated, because they need to understand that we have all contributed to the success of the United States of America.



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Maeve in America: Essays by a Girl from Somewhere Else (Unabridged) – Maeve Higgins

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Maeve in America: Essays by a Girl from Somewhere Else (Unabridged)

Maeve Higgins

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 12.99

Publish Date: August 7, 2018

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‘This Is America’ Won Two Huge Grammys — But Donald Glover Was Nowhere To Be Found

Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” won two of the big four Grammys — Record of the Year and Song of the Year — but Donald Glover skipped out on the ceremony.
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Diamond Producers Association Appoints Managing Director for North America

The Diamond Producers Association, or DPA, has appointed Kristina Buckley Kayel as its North American managing director.
Buckley Kayel previously served as vice president of communications, North America for Van Cleef & Arpels. She has also held marketing and public relations roles at Bottega Veneta, Ferragamo and Baccarat.
Beginning her new role on Feb. 4, Buckley Kayel will be responsible for creating new marketing strategies that further the organization’s “Real is Rare” motto.
“Kristina’s experience in the fine jewelry sector, along with her comprehensive communications expertise, business acumen and creativity, gives her a unique industry perspective. We are excited to have her join the Diamond Producers Association and work with us to strengthen and build upon our mission in the United States,” DPA chief executive officer Jean-Marc Lieberherr said of the hire.
The DPA was founded in 2015 by seven of the world’s biggest diamond-mining organizations as an industry-saving measure. Lab-grown diamonds are on the rise and Millennials have proven averse to the diamond tradition — weary of their conflict-riddled past and high price tag. Thus, the mining companies sprung to action, looking to reingratiate themselves with younger generations.
The DPA’s ‘Real is Rare’ campaign was launched in 2016 with the goal to teach Millennials

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Valentino Taps New CEO for North America

EAST MEETS WEST: Valentino looked to Asia to find its new North American leader.
Gianfranco Ditadi, regional manager of Tod’s business in China, is to join Valentino North America as president and chief executive officer at the end of February, according to market sources.
Ditadi has also held senior management roles with Ralph Lauren and Prada Group in Asia.
He is to fill a role that’s been vacant since September, when Sandra Jovicic exited the Valentino company.
Valentino is controlled by Mayhoola, an investment vehicle backed by a private investor group from Qatar, which took control of the company in 2012. The brand is designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli and is helmed by ceo Stefano Sassi. In November 2017, former Marc Jacobs International ceo Sebastian Suhl joined Valentino as managing director of global markets to help the brand’s expansion globally.

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America’s Greatest Hits: History – America

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America’s Greatest Hits: History

America

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: October 24, 1975

© ℗ 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Warner Bros. Records Inc.

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‘Who would be the stupidest person America could elect president?’

Actors and producers of ‘The Simpsons’ mark 30 years of series at Empire State Building and reflect on prediction of Donald Trump as president and impact of hit series. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).


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WIRED25: Code for America Executive Director Jennifer Pahlka and Author Anand Giridharadas On Rich Techie Philanthropists

Code for America Executive Director Jennifer Pahlka and Author Anand Giridharadas spoke with WIRED’s Issie Lapowskyas part of WIRED25, WIRED’s 25th anniversary celebration in San Francisco.
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America 180 – Dennis Miller

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America 180

Dennis Miller

Genre: Comedy

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Publish Date: March 31, 2015

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Takashi Murakami, Virgil Abloh and ‘America Too’ at Gagosian Beverly Hills

The line was half a block long, not an unusual occurrence at Gagosian Beverly Hills, but certainly one that hasn’t happened since its Oscar week opening featuring Damien Hirst in February. Wednesday night’s opening of “America Too,” the third collaboration between Takashi Murakami and Virgil Abloh, drew a small army of fans, most of them young and several of them famous.
Travis Scott, Kourtney Kardashian, Usher, Kid Cudi, Orlando Bloom and Luka Sabbat were spotted in the crowd, which was sizable inside, though nothing compared with the orderly throng outside. They were let in a handful at a time, making it possible for as many fans to take in the event as possible.
Many of the artworks themselves, in a variety of media, were also oversize, including the giant “Material Too,” a take on the American flag, that hung in the center of the North Gallery. It was probably also the biggest number of iPhones seen at an art opening, as young fans excitedly Instagrammed themselves in front of the colorful works, including Murakami’s iconic rainbow flower, onto which the signature arrows of Abloh’s Off-White label were overlaid, or “Arrows and Flower Neon Sign” and a rotating piece that blinked like a

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Kanye West Gifted Trump A ‘Make America Great’ Hat and Yeezys

Kanye West may have heard the outcry over his MAGA hat, because we found out he changed it up after the media left the Oval and gave Trump a cap, sans the word, “again.” Check out the embroidery on the hat the Prez is wearing  … “Make America…

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Beavis and Butt-Head Do America – Mike Judge, Yvette Kaplan, Jae-Joong KIm, Kim Jong-Ho & Park Jun Nam

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Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

Mike Judge, Yvette Kaplan, Jae-Joong KIm, Kim Jong-Ho & Park Jun Nam

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Our intrepid adolescent heroes wake up to find their beloved television stolen, and embark on an epic journey across America to recover it, and, who knows, maybe even score. On the way they encounter a murderous smuggler of a deadly virus and his treacherous wife, an FBI agent with a predilection for cavity searches, a couple of rather familiar looking ex-Motley Crue roadies, Mr. Van Dreesen singing "Lesbian Seagull", a little old lady and of course Mr. Anderson and his trailer. Can the Great Cornholio save the day? Uh-huh. Huh-huh.

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Miss America 2019: 5 Things to Know About Miss New York Nia Franklin

Nia Franklin, Miss New York, Miss AmericaThe Miss America baton–or should we say crown–has been passed from former Miss North Dakota Cara Mund to this year’s Miss America, Nia Franklin.
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God Bless America – Bobcat Goldthwait

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God Bless America

Bobcat Goldthwait

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Release Date: May 11, 2012


Frank (Joel Murray) has had enough of the downward spiral of American culture. Divorced, recently fired, and possibly terminally ill, Frank feels he has nothing left to live for. However, instead of taking his own life, he embarks on a killing spree with cohort Roxy (Tara Lynne Barr), who shares his sense of rage and disenfranchisement, and together they launch a nation-wide assault on the country’s dumbest, most irritating celebrities.

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Made In America Day 2 ft. Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Jay Rock & More [WATCH]

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If you didn’t make it out to Philly this weekend for the Made In America Festival, you don’t have to miss out. Day 2 of the Jay-Z curated affair will feature performances from Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Jay Rock, Sheck Wes, Diplo and more, and is streaming online.

It should go without saying that the stream is exclusively via TIDAL.

However, the  livestream is available to members and non-members, too.

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Sacha Baron Cohen punks politicians in ‘Who is America?’

Sacha Baron Cohen has been punking people for the last 20 years in various guises, which at first blush made his Showtime series, “Who is America?,” sound like just more of the same. But the provocateur has reeled in some big fish — who have dutifully denounced him — as marks, adding sizzle to what otherwise amounts to serving old wine in a new bottle.


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Bring neutral site NHL games back to North America!

Sure, they still play them overseas, but North America deserves them, too. Plus, Cake Foul of the Week, John Tavares’ goodbye to Isles fans and more.
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The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation – Edward Samuel Corwin

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The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation

Edward Samuel Corwin

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: June 20, 2006

Publisher: Public Domain

Seller: Public Domain


The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation (popularly known as the Constitution Annotated or CONAN) is a publication encompassing the United States Constitution with analysis and interpretation by the Congressional Research Service along with in-text annotations of cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States. [1] The centennial edition of the Constitution Annotated was published in 2013 by the 112th Congress, containing more than 2, 300 pages and referencing almost 6, 000 cases.

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Awkward Exes: Britain & America 1976 – Allies With Benefits

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July 4th, 1976: On the back of the stress of The Vietnam War, but flying high from her 200th Birthday celebrations, #America decides to have some fun with her old on-again, off-again ally with benefits, #Britain. Will this #FourthOfJuly end in fireworks or will it just fizzle out?

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SOL Development’s “Helicopter” Video Chronicles Black Life In America

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America Ferrera Welcomes Baby Boy With Husband Ryan Piers Williams: We’re ‘Totally In Love!’

The “Sisterhood” is officially an all-mom squad! America Ferrera announced the arrival of her first child with husband Ryan Piers Williams, and her “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” pal Amber Tamblyn has already met the baby boy. Find out what America and Ryan named their newborn son.


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God Bless America – The Ultimate Patriotic Album – Various Artists

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God Bless America – The Ultimate Patriotic Album

Various Artists

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: January 1, 2002

© ℗ 2002 Universal Classics Group, a Division of UMG Recordings Inc.

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The World’s Fastest Drones Want to Start Saving Lives in America

Zipline has proven the concept of a drone distribution system for essential medical products in Africa and Europe. Now it wants to start flying in its home country.
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The Plot Against America (Unabridged) – Philip Roth

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The Plot Against America (Unabridged)

Philip Roth

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 14.95

Publish Date: April 7, 2016

© ℗ © 2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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ABC’s ‘The Chew’ Cancelled & ‘Good Morning America’ To Expand

ABC’s “Good Morning America” is expanding to a third hour — and swallowing “The Chew” to make room.


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Childish Gambino’s ‘This Is America’ Hits No. 1, Boosted by a Provocative Video

Donald Glover’s track benefited from millions of YouTube streams, but starting next month the formula that determines chart positions will be weighted toward paid streams.
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5 Surprising Ways America Is Actually Moving Backwards

By E. Reid Ross,E.M. Caris,Avery Hayden Pierce  Published: May 12th, 2018 


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Childish Gambino Debuts ‘This Is America’ On ‘Saturday Night Live’

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‘Harry Potter,’ ‘Angels in America’ earn Tony praise

The two productions are among top nominees for Broadway’s Tony awards. Alicia Powell reports.


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Bill Maher: America Must ‘Start Penalizing Liars’ Like Donald Trump

“Obama should sue Trump for saying that he wire-tapped him.”
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MF Doom & Czarface “Meddle With Metal,” Fredro Starr “South America” & More | Daily Visuals 4.26.18

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MF Doom hasn’t appeared as himself in a video in ages and unfortunately that doesn’t seem like it’s going to change anytime soon.

Going with the old school Saturday morning cartoon route for the visuals to “Meddle With Metal,” MF Doom and Czarface’s characters do battle with an army of soldiers at a sacred temple in the middle of nowhere.

Fredro Starr meanwhile gets out of New York and travels south of the boarder to meet his plug and get that work in the clip to “South America.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kali Uchis, Locksmith, and more.

MF DOOM & CZARFACE – “MEDDLE WITH METAL”

FREDRO STARR – “SOUTH AMERICA”

KALI UCHIS – “GET UP”

LOCKSMITH – “LOUDER”

ERIC BILLINGER FT. DOM KENNEDY – “MAIN THANG”

MACK 11 FT. HOODRICH PABLO JUAN – “JUICE HOODMIX”

ELLA MAI – “BOO’D UP”

STRO – “BEWARE”

EVER FT. Q DA FOOL & FAT TREL – “CHOPPA OUT”

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Former Miss America Deidre Downs Gunn Ties The Knot With Girlfriend Abbott Jones

Deidre Downs Gunn is a married woman! The 2005 Miss America said “I do” to girlfriend Abbott Jones in an intimate ceremony on Saturday, held at an art museum in the former pageant queen’s home state of Alabama. See the stunning photos from the brides’ big day.


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John Oliver Uses Tax Day To Show How Corporate America Is Screwing You Over

“We just had a huge chance to reform our tax code and we absolutely blew it.”
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Awkward Exes: Britain & America – The War of 1812

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Ever drunk-dialled your ex? This is the 19th Century version of that.
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AMERICA – Thirty Seconds to Mars

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AMERICA

Thirty Seconds to Mars

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: April 6, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Thirty Seconds to Mars under exclusive license to Interscope Records

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Jared Leto goes the distance to promote new album “America”

Jared Leto found a novel way to promote his band Thirty Seconds to Mars’ new album “America”. He went on a roadtrip. Rollo Ross reports.


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The 8 Coolest Barbershops in America

Even better than a favorite local watering hole is a great place to get a trim on the regular. Some of these barbershop spots will serve you a drink, too. Here, we picked the coolest barbershops in the United States. Time to get a new haircut.

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Nalpac Named Shots America Full-Line Distributor, Releases Catalog

Nalpac has announced the launch of a new Shots America digital catalog in honor of its having become a full-line distributor for all Shots America collections.
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Immigration in America Isn’t What the Politicians Tell You

Politicians make a lot of wild claims about undocumented immigrants in the United States. Our advice? Take a deep breath and have a look at what the numbers tell you.
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The World’s Fastest Drones Want to Start Saving Lives in America

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Chris Evans is probably done playing Captain America

Chris Evans seems to be getting ready to hang up his Captain America shield.


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Advocate Declares Feelmore ‘Coolest Sex Shop in America’

Feelmore Adult Gallery is being called “The Coolest Sex Shop in America” in the current issue of The Advocate magazine.
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Premier League Darts On BBC America Is Insane And We Love It!

Premier League Darts On BBC America Is Insane And We Love It!

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America Ferrera Bonds With Her ‘Ugly Betty’ & ‘Superstore’ Families At Her Baby Shower

America Ferrera couldn’t look happier about her baby on the way!


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How Social Media Is Shaping Activism in America

Within the space of 72 hours, Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and five Dallas police officers were shot and killed. WIRED looks the three days that shook America and the role live-streaming, video and social media played in the tragedies.
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Fourth of July Fashion: A Subtler Salute to America

Heck, you’re as patriotic as the next guy, but that doesn’t mean you’ve got to sport a star-spangled outfit with USA emblazoned across the chest this weekend, or worse, dress like this. There are much subtler and more stylish ways to show your American pride this Fourth of July.

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This Sex Doll Factory Is Staying In America Thanks To Donald Trump

This Sex Doll Factory Is Staying In America Thanks To Donald Trump

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Absurda Brings Brazilian Style to North America

Thanks to fun and slightly unusual frame styles and lens colors, Absurda has quickly become hot in its homeland, and the rest of South America as well — especially with fashion-forward artists and influencers. Now, you too can tap into Rio’s exuberant sense of spirit, even if you can’t actually sip a caipirinha on the beach, because Absurda is now in (North) America.

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Reigning Miss America Cara Mund addresses the organization’s recent email controversy

A little over three months after Cara Mund was crowned Miss America, a scandal rocked the organization.


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Nalpac Shipping 4 New Collections From Shots America

Adult distributor Nalpac today said it has begun shipping four new collections from Shots America.
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8 Stylish Denim Jackets Made Right Here in America

The denim jacket is an American classic, and its effortless versatility makes it an obvious essential; an anchor piece that’s key to building the complete men’s wardrobe. Initially created in the late 1800s California as workers’ wear, the jean jacket rose as an icon of cowboy culture in the American West, then showed up in the 20th century on the backs of Beat poets, rebel rockers and movie stars. In 1967, Levis launched its iconic trucker jacket, and over the last 50 years it has become an paradigm of American style.

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5 Heartbreaking Side Effects Of The Opioid Crisis In America

By Abraham Mireles,Jordan Breeding,Markos Hasiotis,Andrea Meno  Published: January 15th, 2018 


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Jennifer Garner, America Ferrera & More: Female Stars Who Won A Golden Globe On Their First Try

The Golden Globes loves a golden girl! From “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star Rachel Brosnahan to Claire Danes’ breakout turn in “My So-Called Life,” Access rounds up the young actresses who took home the Globe for a leading TV role – on their very first nomination!


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America Ferrera Is Expecting Her First Child With Husband Ryan Piers Williams

America Ferrera has a little one on the way!


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Team America: World Police – Trey Parker

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Team America: World Police

Trey Parker

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 4.99

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Release Date: May 17, 2005


Team America, an international police force dedicated to maintaining global stability learns that a power hungry dictator is brokering weapons of mass destruction to terrorists. The heroes embark upon a harrowing mission to save the world.

© © 2004 Paramount Pictures

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Sarah Silverman Interviews Dr. Roxane Gay on “I Love You, America”

Sarah Silverman Interviews Dr. Roxane Gay on I Love You, America

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Sarah Silverman Interviews Patton Oswalt on “I Love You, America”

Sarah Silverman Interviews Patton Oswalt on I Love You, America

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Made in America – Calhoun & Hosier

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Made in America

Calhoun & Hosier

Genre: Country

Price: $ 6.93

Release Date: December 1, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Redneckin Records

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Little Kids, Big Dreams | I Love You, America!

Little Kids, Big Dreams | I Love You, America!

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5 Things The US Still Doesn’t Understand About Latin America

By Gastón González Napoli  Published: November 09th, 2017 


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Captain America: The Winter Soldier – Anthony Russo & Joe Russo

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Anthony Russo & Joe Russo

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 14.99

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Release Date: April 4, 2014


After the cataclysmic events in New York with The Avengers, Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” finds Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, living quietly in Washington, D.C. and trying to adjust to the modern world. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to put the world at risk. Joining forces with the Black Widow, Captain America struggles to expose the ever-widening conspiracy while fighting off professional assassins sent to silence him at every turn. When the full scope of the villainous plot is revealed, Captain America and the Black Widow enlist the help of a new ally, the Falcon. However, they soon find themselves up against an unexpected and formidable enemy—the Winter Soldier.

© © 2014 Marvel

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Black Panther is Coming to America

Black Panther is Coming to America

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Tig Notaro Becomes an Auctioneer on “I Love You, America”

Tig Notaro Becomes an Auctioneer on I Love You, America

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Make America Crip Again – Snoop Dogg

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Make America Crip Again

Snoop Dogg

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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Release Date: October 27, 2017

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Celebrate America – EP – Ryan Weaver

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Ryan Weaver

Genre: Country

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Release Date: October 26, 2017

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Nalpac Now Stocking 9 Collections From Shots America

Nalpac is now stocking and shipping nine collections from Shots America including Sono, Ouch!, Simplicity, Fist-it, Retro, Hiky, Jil, Mjuze and Chrystalino.
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America Ferrera Reveals She Was Sexually Assaulted As A 9-Year-Old By A Grown Man

America Ferrera shared a heartbreaking post on social media where she revealed she was sexually assaulted as a 9-year-old by a man she had to see on a daily basis. America shared her story as part of the #MeToo campaign launched by actress Alyssa Milano.


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Republican Tax Plan: How The Koch Brothers Are Robbing America

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Captain America: Civil War – Anthony Russo & Joe Russo

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Captain America: Civil War

Anthony Russo & Joe Russo

Genre: Action & Adventure

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Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps—one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark’s surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability.

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Captain America: The First Avenger – Joe Johnston

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Captain America: The First Avenger

Joe Johnston

Genre: Action & Adventure

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Release Date: July 22, 2011


After being deemed unfit for military service, Steve Rogers volunteers for a top secret research project that turns him into Captain America, a superhero dedicated to defending America's ideals. Captain America leads the fight for freedom as the ultimate weapon against evil. When a terrifying force threatens everyone across the globe, the world's greatest soldier wages war on the evil HYDRA organization, led by the villainous Red Skull.

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I Love You, America: The Song

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Air America – Roger Spottiswoode

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Air America

Roger Spottiswoode

Genre: Action & Adventure

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Release Date: August 10, 1990


Mel Gibson and Robert Downey Jr. are two renegade pilots ensnared in the madness of covert operations over Laos during the Vietnam conflict. They lead the crew of AIR AMERICA, a not-so-secret airline that drops everything from live pigs to opium over villages throughout the Vietnam countryside. Join Mel, Robert and the crazy crew of wartime flyer in the funnies action-comedy since Lethal Weapon 2 and Good Morning Vietnam.

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8 Stylish Denim Jackets Made Right Here in America

The denim jacket is an American classic, and its effortless versatility makes it an obvious essential; an anchor piece that's key to building the complete men's wardrobe. Initially created in the late 1800s California as workers’ wear, the jean jacket rose as an icon of cowboy

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America 51: A Probe into the Realities That Are Hiding Inside “The Greatest Country in the World” (Unabridged) – Corey Taylor

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America 51: A Probe into the Realities That Are Hiding Inside "The Greatest Country in the World" (Unabridged)

Corey Taylor

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 25.95

Publish Date: August 8, 2017

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Morris from America – Chad Hartigan

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Morris from America

Chad Hartigan

Genre: Comedy

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Release Date: August 19, 2016


Craig Robinson stars as the father of 13-year-old Morris; though they have just relocated to Germany, Morris won’t let anything stop his pursuit of hip-hop stardom and the girl of his dreams in this hilarious and heartwarming coming-of-age comedy.

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Miss America 2018: Miss North Dakota Cara Mund Crowned Winner

Miss North Dakota, a 23-year-old who said President Donald Trump was wrong to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord, was named Miss America 2018 Sunday night in Atlantic City.


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Absurda Brings Brazilian Style to North America

Thanks to fun and slightly unusual frame styles and lens colors, Absurda has quickly become hot in its homeland, and the rest of South America as well — especially with fashion-forward artists and influencers. Now, you too can tap into Rio’s exuberant sense of spirit, even if you can’t actually sip a caipirinha on the beach, because Absurda is now in (North) America.

While the

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Miss America 2017: Get To Know The Contestants

One wants to be the first female governor of North Dakota. One is a half-blind baton twirler who performed at a Super Bowl. Another wants to chase tornadoes.


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Miss North Dakota Cara Mund Crowned Miss America 2018

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Cardi B Met Beyoncé At Made In America, Twitter Was Elated [Photos]

Cardi B is winning, and trying to steal her joy makes you a proper hater. The regular shmegular girl, with a monster hit in “Bodak Yellow,” performed at the first day of the Made In America Festival, but maybe more importantly, she got to meet Beyoncé.

Of course, a pic of the two made its way onto Twitter, and it promptly broke the Internets.

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America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren’t (Unabridged) – Stephen Colbert

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America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren’t (Unabridged)

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Genre: Comedy

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Publish Date: August 23, 2012

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Game of Thrones: America

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President Me: The America That’s in My Head – Adam Carolla

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President Me: The America That’s in My Head

Adam Carolla

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 19.95

Publish Date: May 13, 2014

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America 51: A Probe into the Realities That Are Hiding Inside “The Greatest Country in the World” (Unabridged) – Corey Taylor

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America 51: A Probe into the Realities That Are Hiding Inside "The Greatest Country in the World" (Unabridged)

Corey Taylor

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 25.95

Publish Date: August 8, 2017

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Funny in Farsi: A Memoir of Growing Up Iranian in America (Unabridged) – Firoozeh Dumas

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Funny in Farsi: A Memoir of Growing Up Iranian in America (Unabridged)

Firoozeh Dumas

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 14.95

Publish Date: March 24, 2004

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I Am America (And So Can You!) – Stephen Colbert

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I Am America (And So Can You!)

Stephen Colbert

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.95

Publish Date: October 5, 2007

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The Killers Plot North America Tour, Reveal ‘Wonderful Wonderful’ Release Date

Tonight, the Killers released their new song “Run for Cover.” Now, they’ve also announced a North American tour.
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‘Angels in America’: Theater Review


Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane headline a return to the National Theatre for ‘Angels in America,’ Tony Kushner’s landmark opus set in New York at the height of the AIDS crisis.

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Welcome To America with Gad Elmaleh and Ron Livingston

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Made in America: Four Fashion Designers on What It Takes To Do So


Nanette Lepore, Billy Reid, Edie Parker’s Brett Heyman and Laurel Berman of Black Halo discuss the how and why of crafting their collections in New York, L.A. and points in between.

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Review: Lana Del Rey Wonders ‘Is It the End of America?’ on Her New Album

In “Lust for Life,” the singer worries about the future, in her pensive, dreamy way. But her main focus is still love and sorrow.
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Fourth of July Fashion: A Subtler Salute to America

Heck, you’re as patriotic as the next guy, but that doesn’t mean you’ve got to sport a star-spangled outfit with USA emblazoned across the chest this weekend, or worse, dress like this. There are much subtler and more stylish ways to show your

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Coming to America – John Landis

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Coming to America

John Landis

Genre: Comedy

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Eddie Murphy is The Box Office King Of Comedy. And in Coming To America, Murphy is also the Prince of Comedy…a very wealthy and pampered African prince who comes to America in search of a bride. Accompanied by his closest companion (Arsenio Hall), Murphy quickly finds a job, new friends, new digs, new enemies and lots of trouble. Keep an eye out for both Murphy and Hall in some unforgettable cameo roles!

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News in Brief: GOP Warns Refugees Likely To Be Driven To Terrorism By Way America Would Treat Them

CHARLESTON, SC—Declaring that opening the nation’s doors to displaced Syrians posed a major security threat, GOP leaders warned Tuesday that any refugees who resettled in the U.S. would most likely be driven to terrorism by the way America treats them. “We absolutely cannot provide a safe haven to these Syrians due to the very real threat that the abusive and hateful conduct of Americans will push the refugees toward radicalization and recruitment by extremist militant groups,” said Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), echoing the sentiments of numerous other presidential candidates and state governors who have argued that Syrian asylum seekers would in all probability embrace a radical jihadist worldview after constantly enduring anti-Muslim hate speech, racial epithets, and threats of violence and persecution by both the American people and government officials. “The moment we let these Syrians in, I promise that our most ruthless and cruel tendencies will …




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Mistress America – Noah Baumbach

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Mistress America

Noah Baumbach

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From writer-director Noah Baumbach comes this witty comedy starring Greta Gerwig and Lola Kirke. Tracy (Kirke) is a lonely college freshman who longs for confidence, a guy and membership in a snobby writers’ group. But when she meets her free-spirited future stepsister Brooke (Gerwig), the two have a wild New York adventure that gives Tracy a new outlook on dreams, friendship and cat ownership.

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Valerie Jarrett Doesn’t Think America Would Embrace An Anti-Gay President

Senior White House Advisor Valerie Jarrett has a message for the GOP presidential candidates — namely, Rand Paul, Ben Carson, Mike Huckabee and Ted Cruz — who’ve been running on an anti-gay agenda.

“It might be interesting in the 24-hour news cycle,” she told me in a recent interview on SiriusXM Progress. “But ultimately… the American people don’t embrace that kind of opinion.”

Jarrett, who spoke with me about a groundbreaking federal report that calls for ending “conversion therapy” programs for minors who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, responded to Rand Paul’s assertion in Iowa several days earlier that LGBT people don’t need to be protected by law against discrimination in employment. Paul, in backing up his claim, said, “If you are gay, there are plenty of places that will hire you,” explaining that “the things you do in your house, just leave those in your house and they wouldn’t have to be a part of the workplace.”

“Well, this is what I would say to you on that subject,” Jarrett said. “President Obama was elected not once, but twice based on his vision of America, which is one that unifies us, one that is inclusive, that says we should embrace all of our citizens, that we are a nation of immigrants, and that diversity is a strength. And that’s what the majority of the American people voted for, not once, but twice.”

Jarrett also discussed a report that was released this week by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, which looked at statements from across the spectrum of child adolescent and development experts regarding both gender identity and sexual orientation. The White House had previously called for banning “conversion therapy” for minors, something three states (California, Oregon and New Jersey) have already done.

“The report concluded firmly that conversion therapy — and the goal of conversion therapy is to change someone’s sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression — and it concludes that it’s not appropriate for mental health providers to engage in, and so this is a really important report,” Jarrett said. “What we should be doing is celebrating our young people, allowing them to be who they are, loving them for who they are, and not trying to change their identity.”

Jarrett talked about the immense progress the Obama administration has made on LGBT equality, sharing a story about the successful push to repeal ”Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” which illustrates the great strides.

“I went to the Defense Department on the first anniversary of [the repeal],” she recounted. “And I sat there in the Pentagon with people in uniform who had to [previously] sneak into my office at the White House to talk about how important it would be to repeal it and who were saying, ‘You know, here we are in the military. We’re making this pledge and this oath and we’re having to lie about who we are.’ And so, for me to see them, sitting there in their uniforms, embraced by the Secretary of Defense — it just shows you how much progress we have made.”

In a lighter moment, Jarrett also weighed in on the plot line of ”The Good Wife,” the CBS drama on which she made an appearance as herself last season, urging Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) to run for state’s attorney in Illinois. She said she decided do the show because she believes more women need to enter politics and it was an opportunity to put that message forth. 

Asked if she believes Florrick’s husband, Gov. Peter Florrick (Chris Noth), should be chosen by Hillary Clinton as a vice presidential running mate should she win the Democratic nomination — something for which the character is positioning himself, as the 2016 presidential race is part of the storyline this season  – Jarrett answered with a definitive no.

“I think she should think about Alicia,” she advised. “I would go back to the candidate that I brought to the party, and I’d say hands down I’d pick Alicia over Peter, any day. But if not, then maybe next year Alicia will actually run for president.”


 
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Latin America Steps Up Support for Local Fashion Weeks

MANAGUA, Nicaragua — Camila Ortega, the daughter of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, launched Nicaragua Disena in 2011 to help promote the country’s poor yet talented emerging designers. But what started as a pet project has become a growing event drawing 12,000 people, providing regional designers with a promotion platform and attracting international design schools.
The event’s popularity (the government was said to invest $ 100,000 in the 2015 edition that closed last weekend) comes as other fashion weeks are mushrooming in Central America, with Panama and Costa Rica hosting large events under the Mercedes-Benz banner and El Salvador and Guatemala developing their own iterations.
“We want to bring this to a higher level and become the leading design platform in Central America,” said Ortega, 27. As Nicaragua Design director, Ortega has a modeling hobby and walked several runways in a 30-piece lineup, including local designers Shantall Lacayo and Erick Bendana, as well as Argentina’s Paula Tierra and Venezuela’s Carmela Osorio.
While the event will remain a fashion design platform, it will also seek to promote talent in other areas, including interior design, film, craftsmanship and arts, Ortega said. This year there were 88 designers and 75 stands, compared with 75 and 50, respectively, in 2014.
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In Drinking in America, Susan Cheever Puts the Bottle Back in the History Books

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Any kid who made it through high school in the States probably knows something about the history of alcohol in America. Like the fact that General Ulysses S. Grant was a bit of a lush, or that the original settlers drank a lot of beer, or that Prohibition was a miserable failure that gave rise to bathtub gin and organized crime and the current scourge of speakeasy-inspired cocktail bars.

What you might not know is just how indelibly drinking—and opposition to drinking—has touched some of the most important moments in our country’s timeline. And for that we have Susan Cheever’s Drinking in America: Our Secret History, a look at how alcohol and alcoholism has played into 14 major chapters of American life. “The interesting truth, untaught in most schools and unacknowledged in most written history,” writes Cheever in her prologue, “is that a glass of beer, a bottle of rum, a keg of hard cider, a flask of whiskey, or even a dry martini was often the silent, powerful third party to many decisions that shaped the American story from the 17th century to the present.”

It’s Cheever’s goal to reinsert those tipples back into the history from which they’ve been excised. A perfect image for that mission: a Currier & Ives print from 1848 of George Washington standing in front of his troops with a glass of madeira in hand and a bottle of refills on the table. That engraving was later amended in the early years of the temperance movement, reimagined sans glass and with the bottle morphed into a tricorne hat.

From the moment the Mayflower Pilgrims, wanting for beer, decided to land on Cape Cod rather than their chartered destination in northern Virginia, our national obsession with alcohol was born, argues Cheever. “The decision to land illegally on Cape Cod had a huge effect on the later fate of the Pilgrims and the way in which the American character was formed. An illegal landing in a hostile place, partially caused by a shortage of beer, was not an auspicious beginning.”

Since then, our country’s tolerance for drinking and drunkenness has swung back and forth between periods of massive, near-ubiquitous indulgence—the 1830s and the mid-20th century were particularly sodden ages—and periods of crackdown. In the early 18th century, the American colonies became world famous for their drinking, both in terms of quantity—the average colonist, Cheever cites, spent a quarter of his income on booze—and in terms of prevalence: Everyone drank, from toddlers up. By 1820, drinking peaked, with the average American consuming more than triple what we do today.

But soon, that excess created a backlash: By 1834 there were roughly 5,000 nationwide temperance societies (most famously the Washingtonians), claiming 11 million members. With the rise of industrialization, the realization that drunk workers were not ideal, and the simultaneous rise of the women’s suffrage movement, national attitudes toward drinking began to shift. A century later the country had gone whole hog in the opposite direction, passing the 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act and launching Prohibition in 1920. It was an attempt to legislate against drinking that had the opposite effect, giving birth to another hedonistic era in the decades that followed. Our association of writing with alcoholism, a topic that has sparked several books, is a direct result of Prohibition, Cheever argues: an extrapolation based on a handful of examples of prominent hard-drinking, mid-century writers whose behavior was a reaction to their experience of that dry decade. But though Prohibition is largely regarded as a miserable failure, Cheever detects that the country may be swinging back in that direction again: Our increasingly health-and-longevity-focused society, she concludes, may soon lead to another misguided attempt to legislate against alcohol addiction.

Cheever uses these sociological and historical trends to create a loose architecture for her book, but she’s best when writing about the way alcohol—its abuse and its rejection—affected personal lives, and when she digs up fascinating historical nuggets. Like the fact that George Washington lost his first election to the Virginia assembly in 1755, and then won two years later after he delivered 144 gallons of booze to the polls. Or the fact that early physician and Declaration of Independence signer Benjamin Rush believed in both the disease theory of alcoholism and in the lurking danger of spontaneous combustion.

Alcoholism haunts American history, and has shaped it, for better or worse. The Adams line may have boasted two presidents, but the family was also plagued by what must have been the alcoholism gene: Two of John and Abigail’s sons and two of their grandsons died tragically in early alcohol-related deaths. Ulysses S. Grant is criticized for his drinking, but perhaps, Cheever speculates, it was his drunken bravado that actually led to his success in the Civil War. (Lincoln, a famous nondrinker, seemed to think so.) Meriwether Lewis, the man responsible for opening up the American West, descended into alcoholism upon his return from his famous expedition to find a water route to the Pacific. But the West, Cheever argues, was won at least in part by teetotalers, like Wyatt Earp, who had a terribly adverse reaction to alcohol and may have used his sobriety to his advantage in running gambling games, investing in silver mines, and shaping his own legacy in Hollywood.

More recently, Senator Joe McCarthy’s anti-communist reign of terror may have succeeded for the time it did only because the Internet wasn’t available to disseminate images or videos of his belligerent antics—including physically assaulting a Washington Post columnist in public—which were, at least in part, spurred on by the alcoholism that eventually killed him. (“Kiss my ass” was McCarthy’s response to a friend who pleaded with him to cut out the drinking mere months before he kicked the bucket.) The gunman who killed JFK may have had an unwitting assist from Kennedy’s secret-service agents, many of whom were hungover and slow to react after a late night of knocking back booze. And when, in 1969, a TWA flight was hijacked by members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and diverted to Syria, a very drunk Nixon, partying with friends in Florida, repeatedly instructed Henry Kissinger by phone to bomb the Syrian airport. In the morning, writes Cheever, the president had no memory of the incident. And many of us have no memory that Nixon, who started drinking only in adulthood and whose tolerance was unusually low, was likely an alcoholic.

It’s clear when I get on the phone with Cheever that she feels empathy for the people about whom she writes, even the ones—Nixon, McCarthy—whose behavior and politics have been judged harshly by the history books. After all, she’s been there herself. Drinking in America is something of a passion project for Cheever, who is a recovering alcoholic (she’s been sober more than 20 years), a memoirist about her addiction (Note Found in a Bottle), and the daughter of John Cheever, one of the 20th century’s more famous alcoholics. Cheever references her family history at various points in the book, something she initially intended to avoid but added at the insistence of her editor. Now she’s glad she did. “The history books that we revere, you never know who the writer is, where he—or Doris [Kearns Goodwin],” she jokes, “is coming from. They don’t reveal their own biases. History is deeply biased. If you don’t reveal your biases, it’s hard for me to connect in the same way. I want to know where the writer is standing.”

Read on for more from Cheever about the boozy tidbits that most surprised her, why alcohol gets written out of the history books, and whether the beer-swigging Pilgrims were severely dehydrated.



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It’s a work in progress, the origin story. I’ve always been obsessed with American history, New England history. I wrote a book about Concord, Massachusetts. I wrote a biography of Louisa May Alcott. I wrote a biography of E. E. Cummings. And of course for decades I’ve been fascinated by addiction and recovery and how they work, starting with my own experience as a child. So those two things were going on separate tracks. And they just collided and made this explosion. As soon as I had this idea, I knew it had to be a book. There’s usually a long agonizing run-up to me deciding what to write about. Not this time. It was really like, Oh! Then I read Daniel Okrent’s wonderful book Last Call! The Rise and Fall of Prohibition. In his prologue there’s a little bit about drinking in American history. I emailed him, and he very sweetly sent me to Eric Burns, who had written a book called Spirits of America: A Social History of Alcohol, about American history and alcoholism, mostly focusing on the 19th century. I was off to the races.

Were you surprised to discover how little this history had been written about?
I was so surprised. The whole time I was writing, I was going, “What? Really?” Mark Twain said no discovery for the writer, no discovery for the reader. It was really a voyage of discovery. And I thought I knew a lot about these two subjects, but it turned out that the presence of alcohol, either from the point of view of temperance or from the point of view of drunkenness, has had a huge effect on our history. And I was constantly surprised. I thought I knew a lot about Abraham Lincoln. I know the difference between the first Inaugural Address and the second. I’ve read a million biographies. I had no idea that his mother had made him promise not to drink on her deathbed. I had no idea that he had lectured to the Washingtonians, that he was a temperance man. And I really had no idea that he was one of these rare individuals that didn’t drink and didn’t judge. When they came to him and complained that Ulysses S. Grant was drinking too much, Lincoln said, “Bring me some barrels of what he’s drinking so I can give it to my other generals.” He was such a pragmatist. I already knew I admired Lincoln, but that’s a rare person, who can not drink because of whatever’s happened in their family, what they’ve seen drinking can do, but also not judge people who do drink. What a guy!

What’s your theory on why alcoholism has been ignored by history? Is it because it was taken for granted and so never noted? Or is it a form of patriotism to ignore drinking, to avoid revealing the private behavior of our national heroes?
One of the rants that I have is how much of current events is controlled by drinking and it never gets reported. Donald Trump is a very good example. Donald Trump’s brother died of alcoholism. Donald Trump has talked about this quite a lot. Donald Trump as a result never drinks, hates drinking, won’t let his children drink. This is a big deal and it doesn’t get reported. Just the way that whatever was the real story with George [W.] Bush’s drinking didn’t get reported. I trained my kids to read the Times and go: Where is the drink in this story?

But the second part of the answer is that we like our history in a certain way. There’s a kind of gravitas that we really like. Because it isn’t just the drinking that gets left out: the sex gets left out, the food gets left out, the clothes get left out. All the things I’m interested in, they get left out. When I wrote American Bloomsbury, I was writing about Emerson and Thoreau, and Longfellow and the Alcotts, I included the women, and when you include the women you get the clothes and the food. I don’t know if you want to call it the underbelly of daily living. I don’t really care so much about the constitutional amendments, although I had to learn about them. I cared about what people were eating. Or drinking. Or who they were. I like to know about the texture of life. And I think when it comes to American history, a lot of that doesn’t get reported.

Like, for instance, Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts: no sex and no drinking. I mean, this is a family that’s been dogged by mental illness and alcoholism from the beginning. Not there! Eleanor’s love affair with Lorena Hickok. Not there! And people loved that. I don’t know whether it’s because we feel it’s disrespectful to admit that our leaders were human or what. But we do like history written in this very high-minded way.



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Here’s an example: Until I read your book, I didn’t know that Richard Nixon was a drunk. I’m 31. Is that because I didn’t live through that history? Or is it not widely known?
I didn’t, either! I was surprised. I lived right through it. I thought he was creepy. I knew he was a crook. But I didn’t know he was a drunk. The first hint I had of it was in Frost/Nixon. There’s that scene where he drunk-dials. And I thought, Ohhh. But I didn’t really think twice about it until I was writing this book and people would say to me, Nixon, Nixon, Nixon. Then I read a bunch of biographies and there it was.

Do you think the reason we didn’t know that was because his alcoholism wasn’t typical? He seemed high-functioning?
It wasn’t high-functioning when it wasn’t. But yes. Someone was asking what is the answer to our addiction and alcohol problem. The answer is education. We’re not very well educated about the different forms alcoholism can take. We still have a tendency to think of it as somebody who drinks too much too often. Nixon drank too much too often, but for him too much was not very much. And he didn’t drink at all until he was an adult. Alcoholism is actually mysterious. It’s clearly genetic. On the other hand, it’s not as if it’s sitting right there in front of us and we’re not understanding it. It’s hard to understand.

But with Nixon: Yes, his alcoholism looked very different. Well, actually, it looked a lot like Ulysses S. Grant’s alcoholism. But it looked different from William Faulkner’s alcoholism. And I think that made it harder to believe or harder to pick up. But I do think that we actually have a public-health crisis when it comes to education about addiction in this country. And there’s still not the understanding of it that we need to have in order to effectively deal with it. But I also think that the people who understand alcoholism the best are the Alcoholics Anonymous people. And they’re like: You’re an alcoholic if you say you are. Meaning, it’s pretty mysterious who’s an alcoholic and who’s not. They say it’s a self-diagnosed disease. That’s a fairly aggravating definition.

You said that you’re interested in studying women’s lives to get at the texture of history. But this is mostly a book about men. Did you choose to focus on men because you wanted to get at the most seminal events in American history, and that’s who was involved? Or was it just too difficult to find examples of women and alcoholism throughout American history? Maybe that’s your next book?
I think both of those things are true. In other words: They don’t write a lot about drinking men; they certainly don’t write about drinking women. But in the temperance part of the book, there are a lot of women, the way that the temperance movement and women’s suffrage came to the surface together. I was trying to think of essays to write, and it occurred to me I could have done more with Abigail Adams. This was a woman who knew she had brought alcoholism into the family. Can you imagine?

Did she feel guilt?
I don’t know if she felt guilt or fear. She wrote about it very obliquely. But she and her sisters knew their brother was an alcoholic who died of it. And she saw two of her sons die of it and two of her grandsons. There wasn’t anybody dying of it in the Adams line before she married John Adams. She didn’t say, “I brought this into my own family and caused tremendous heartbreak because I’m a carrier.” But I wonder what that must have been like. I always liked her, but it really made me have so much respect for her. To have one child die of alcoholism is an unimaginable tragedy. To have two? And two grandchildren?

And John Quincy Adams—ever since that, he acted like he drank sulfuric acid. Well, no wonder? Two brothers, two sons. And they didn’t know what it was. They called it the scourge. They knew it was bad. But they didn’t really understand even as well as we do now.

I wished there were more women. I wasn’t so aware until I finished. One of my favorite books that I’ve written was American Bloomsbury, and the whole formula for that book was that I took Concord, Massachusetts, in the 19th century and added the women. The revelation for me was when I found that Louisa May Alcott had lived across the street from Emerson, and had based Laurie [in Little Women] on Henry David Thoreau. I didn’t even realize they were in the same town. I had studied Emerson, I had studied Thoreau. Nobody had ever told me Louisa May Alcott was the little babysitter girl. And Margaret Fuller. The women in that equation were tremendously powerful and interesting. But with this book it was hard to find women.

There were women who came into the chapter about alcoholic writers, which is an interesting chapter for a lot of reasons. It felt to me sort of like a little self-contained section, where you focused on culture instead of politics and sociology. Why?
You make a good point. That didn’t occur to me. And you’re absolutely right. I just was plowing along, and Olivia Laing’s book The Trip to Echo Spring: On Writers and Drinking came out. I read  it and thought, Wait a minute, this isn’t right. Because I was deep in the 19th century at this point. I thought, Wait a minute, [the equation of writers with alcoholism] didn’t start until the 1930s. Like everybody who writes that book—and there are many—they  all use the same five writers, because that’s all there are. It’s not happening now. Our writers now are not drunks. I just went, “Wow! This whole myth about writing and drinking is actually restricted to two generations.” And I got so excited about that. But you’re right, I didn’t notice that it completely changed the tone of the book—that it wasn’t about politics, that it was about culture. Sorry!

No, I think it’s fascinating.
I mean, I was so interested. Because everybody thinks it’s all writers who drink. But in fact no writers drink now. You can’t name me one! And it was the same in the 1800s. Maybe Poe. But Emerson, Thoreau, Longfellow, Dickinson? None, zero, not even a ghost of a problem. Whitman was a temperance guy. The Alcotts, they just didn’t drink. It wasn’t on their menu, so to speak. I got very excited. Because for obvious reasons I don’t like the idea that writers have to drink. As a writer who doesn’t drink, I just got very excited about it and tore through the chapter without noticing that it doesn’t really belong in the book. Maybe no one else will notice?

Well, I wouldn’t say it doesn’t belong in the book. I would just say, to me, it felt meaningful that you wanted to include it. It’s not the only place that you reference your family history, your father’s history. You weave that throughout. Did you learn anything about your family that you didn’t already know writing about them here?
I pretty much had it. I’ve been criticized a lot for writing about myself and my family when, according to critics, it wasn’t necessary. So my original intention was not to put any of us in this book at all. But my editor, I think very wisely, said we need a Cheever thread. And it’s true that when I read a history book, I want to know who the writer is. So I did put in a Cheever thread. History is not monolithic; it’s as personal as memoir. It really is. I’m reading [David] McCullough’s Wright brothers book, and it’s fascinating, but it’s all about the engineering. That’s not the book I would have written. It’s great that he wrote  the book he wrote. But I have to guess about his fascination with engineering and his lack of interest in food, sex, and drinking. I don’t want to guess. I like to have a sense of who the writer is. I want to say to the reader: “This is who I am. This is a recovering alcoholic writing about alcoholism. You might need to know that.”

Before I let you go, can I ask you a question that’s been bugging me? You write about how the Mayflower Pilgrims drank beer instead of water, because drinking water was far more dangerous. But were they just horribly dehydrated at all times? How do you survive on no water?
Well, it’s very hard. I don’t think it’s good for you. But If you can’t drink the water . . . You’re just thirsty all the time. And it was 6 percent beer. I thought maybe it was 2 percent, maybe it was near beer, right? Nuh-uh. It was real beer. But they didn’t survive; half of them died that first winter. Half! The starving time. So it’s not a good recipe for good health.

 

This interview has been condensed and edited.

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I love this country. I love the state of New York, where I was born and raised, and where my husband and I are raising our almost-2-year-old daughter. When I see the images of Syrian refugees risking their lives to escape the terror in their native country or read about the Nigerian girls who were kidnapped from their school by Boko Haram, my heart aches, and surges with gratitude that I live in America. But with the news of each deadly mass shooting, the sense of security I feel here is falling away.

Even more disturbing, while my fear and my anger mount each time I learn that innocent lives were lost to gun violence—at church, on college campuses, at the movies, at the supermarket—I’m no longer surprised by the headlines. I remember the horror I felt in my gut when my mom called to tell me about the Newtown massacre as I waited for a flight at LaGuardia on December 14, 2012. Three years later, tweets and TV special reports announcing mass shootings are routine.

I worry for my own safety. Over the summer, when the lights went down at the movie theater where I went to see Amy Schumer’s Trainwreck, I wondered for a brief moment: “Could someone here take out a gun and start shooting?” That’s what happened at a Lafayette, Louisiana, showing of the same movie, where a gunman opened fire into the crowd, killing two women: Mayci Breaux, 21, and Jillian Johnson, 33.

Far worse, I worry for my baby’s safety. More than once, when ringing the buzzer and waiting for the door to unlock at her daycare, a wonderful place filled with loving people and the wallpaper of children’s drawings, my mind has gone to a grim place: “Could the wrong sort of person slip in here somehow? Could she ever be hurt at this, or another, school?” It’s happened before, many times, in many places.

It’s tempting, and momentarily comforting, to tell yourself, It won’t happen to me. Like the jolt of panic you feel when your plane lurches with turbulence and you reason with yourself: What are the odds? But when it comes to gun violence and schoolchildren, that rationale isn’t working for me. The odds, as it turns out, are sickening.

I gathered the following statistics from the CDC, the FBI, and Everytown for Gun Safety, Michael Bloomberg’s gun-control group. (It should be noted that Everytown defines school shootings to include “accidental discharges of firearms, suicide attempts, and incidents in which no involved party was affiliated with the school.”) Unbelievably, or believably, since I began writing this piece in my head yesterday morning, and compiling these numbers, there have been two more school shootings in this country. A freshman killed one student and injured three more at Northern Arizona University; another student was fatally shot and a second person was injured at Texas Southern University. What is there left to say?

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A new Miss America will be crowned on Sunday, which means audiences can look forward to seeing some stunning ballgowns, fun celebrity judges and a whole host of various talents.

But before the 2016 winner takes her crown, The Huffington Post sat down with Kira Kazantsev, the current Miss America, to get a behind-the-scenes look at what life is really like as the country’s most beloved beauty queen.

Kazantsev dished on what it’s like to travel 20,000 miles every month for a year, and how she juggles so many appearances while keeping things real, fun and stylish. And yes, we did ask about a “Miss Congeniality” reference that Kazantsev totally confirmed. Scroll down to read excerpts from the conversation, which have been condensed and edited for clarity.

HuffPost: What is a typical day like for you:  

Kira Kazantsev: I travel 20,000 miles a month and I’m in a different city every two days. Usually I wake up, depending on the call time, about two hours before. I do my own hair, I do my own makeup. You know, it could be event one of five that day and I have to maintain [my look]. It’s a lot — it’s not as glamorous as people think.

HP: Who provides your clothing?

KK: My clothes are provided to me by Joseph Ribkoff which is really nice. They travel very well. But other than that I’m on my own. 

HP: For the Miss America pageant, do they give you a glam squad? 

KK: Pretty much the girls do their own hair and makeup, but they do have people there to help you, touch you up, whatever it might be. They won’t leave you high and dry — there will be somebody to help you out!

HP: Do the girls help each other backstage at all? 

KK: Yeah! Absolutely. There’s so much going on — it’s 52 people squeezed into a pretty tight space. So there’s constant [chatter, such as], “Is your curling iron on, can I use that for a second? I can’t find my hairspray, can I borrow yours?”

HP: Do you really use butt spray? 

KK: We do use butt glue! It does help for piece of mind. Nobody wants to see that when you’re walking across the stage. Just cement that down and you’ll be good to go!  

HP: Who makes your dresses for pageants? 

KK: My mom and a seamstress made my competition wardrobe both years for Miss New York. We went to Mood, got fabric for like 40 bucks, got rhinestones on eBay, and they concocted this thing, this amazing dress that I ended up winning Miss New York in.

I’ve always prided myself on being very frugal about it and showing that you don’t have to spend thousands and thousands of dollars. I’ve never spent more than $ 500 on a dress.

HP: How do you travel with your crown?

KK: My carry-on always has my crown, because if the luggage gets lost than you’re kind of SOL.

I also always have my makeup and an outfit, so for whatever reason if I get stranded and my luggage doesn’t make it, I have the essentials — my “Miss America kit.”

HP: What’s the most surprising item people might find in your closet? 

KK: I don’t have a closet! That’s the thing I’m looking forward to most [when the year is over]. Just having hangers!

You can catch Kazantsev handoff her crown at the 2016 Miss America competition on Sunday, September 13 at 9 pm on ABC.  

And as a bonus, check out Kazantsev performing “Cups” at HuffPost’s office. Kazantsev performed a similar red cup routine for her talent last year, when she won her title.

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“You’re playing all motherf*cking Future tonight,” Meek could be heard telling his DJ. “If you don’t play some motherf*cking rap sh*t too. Play some hot sh*t too. I think Future’s on Made In America.”

The Dream Chasers leader posted a message on Instagram to clear up rumors his words were meant to be disrespectful toward Future. According to Meek, he does not have a problem with his “Jump Out The Face” collaborator or his music.

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My DJ caught a Future attack on the set when he was told play a bunch of artist sh*t! Lol He prolly did it because I tell [him to] play all Future in the club! Don’t get it f*cked up we rather see the streets win b4 anything!

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Zerounian takes the reins from Rod Manley, who departed the company in July to serve as executive vice president, global communications for Calvin Klein Inc. Zerounian will report to Claudio Calò, worldwide director of communications for the company.
At Armani, she will oversee public relations, media, image events, graphic services and corporate communications for all brands of the Italian fashion house in North America.
Zerounian joined Armani’s public relations team as vice president of public relations for North America in January 2014. Prior to that, she held various roles, including vice president of global communications at Belstaff and senior p.r. jobs at Tory Burch, Valentino, Ralph Lauren and Yves Saint Laurent.

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Trump: ‘Making America Hate Again!’

Trump’s official campaign slogan is “Make America Great Again!” Perhaps he should change it to the headline above.

The Huffington Post has made an editorial decision to put Trump articles in the Entertainment section instead of the political section. This seemed like a good idea at the time.

Admittedly he is the class clown — and the schoolyard bully. Oddly, also the teacher’s pet. But his toxic mix of egotism, cynicism and racism simply isn’t entertaining. It is, however, still a spectacle.

His now infamous tirade about Mexicans being criminals and rapists is well-known.

Recently two cowardly young thugs in Boston allegedly urinated on and used a metal pole to beat a 58-year-old sleeping Hispanic homeless man, fracturing his nose and causing other serious injuries. One of them reportedly told the police “Donald Trump was right, all of these illegals need to be deported.” (Apparently, the two assailants checked his immigration status before brutalizing him.) A news person asked Trump for his reaction, and Trump reportedly said “That would be a shame” adding this remarkable statement, “I will say, the people that are following me are very passionate. They love this country. They want this country to be great again. But they are very passionate. I will say that.”

His supporters chanted “USA! USA! USA!” when some protesters were thrown out of a Trump event in Phoenix — as if they were cheering at Wrestlemania.

This week at a press conference in Iowa, several times Trump ordered Univision anchorman Jorge Ramos, a respected journalist and an American citizen, to “Sit down,” as if Ramos were a dog being ordered by his unkind master to “Sit.” Trump also added to “Go back to Univision.” Then Trump nodded at one of his security guards who escorted Ramos out of the room.

In the hallway, a Trump supporter further humiliated Ramos telling him “Get out of my country.” Ramos responded with restraint, class, and dignity.

The delusional Donald has often claims that he will win the “Hispanic” vote. This assertion might be just another Trump empty promise. A recent Gallop Poll shows among Hispanic voters, he has the highest disapproval rate (65 percent) of any GOP candidate.

Apparently he is looking to carry Asian vote as well. Here’s Trump mocking them and doing a racially stereotypical impersonation of “these people”:

While Trump may not carry Latinos or Asians, he will likely carry the racists’ vote. It isn’t surprising that Trump is receiving endorsements from white supremacy groups and neo-Nazis. David Duke, former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, has reportedly called Trump the best of the GOP candidates.

In an interview with Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, Trump reportedly said “I don’t need his endorsement; I certainly wouldn’t want his endorsement” and added “I don’t need anyone’s endorsement.” When asked if he would repudiate the endorsement, Trump is quoted as saying “Sure, I would if that would make you feel better.”

That doesn’t make me feel any better.

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Journey into the world of Argentina's most famous musical artist in Mercedes Sosa: The Voice of Latin America. Over a career that spanned 50 years, Sosa sold millions of records, performed thousands of concerts all over the world, and left behind an incredible legacy as an artist who went beyond the borders of music to become one of the most influential – and loved – personalities of the 20th century. This intimate documentary reveals Sosa's early life and her rise to worldwide stardom, and explores the impact she had on the musical and political heritage of Latin America… and the world.

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Uniqlo Founder Tadashi Yanai Sends a Message to America

UNIQLO’S AMERICAN DREAM: Presidential candidates aren’t the only ones trying to relay more of a true-blue everyman spirit. Uniqlo founder, chairman and chief executive officer Tadashi Yanai is the latest top brass executive to pen a personal letter as an ad to customers. The black and white two-page spread in the Aug. 6 edition of last week’s New York Times was noticeably starker than the brand’s vibrant colorful campaigns in the past. Save for the red “Dear America” intro, Yanai’s words were colorless, but aimed to convey a warmth just the same. “This country is a place where, if you have something great to offer, you will be embraced. I believed that in 1984 when I opened the first Uniqlo store in Japan with the dream of one day bringing my new idea to the United States.”
Aiming to hit $ 50 billion in global sales by 2020, Yanai literally spelled out a few new initiatives including the openings of stores in Boston, Chicago and Seattle. He also explained the company’s name as an abbreviation for Unique Clothing Warehouse, and noted that LifeWear is simple apparel with a not so simple purpose: To make your life better. While not in Yanai’s words, the

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CLEVELAND—Hailing the bygone era as a golden age of opportunity, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal spent his opening remarks during Thursday’s GOP debate vowing to return America to a time when he was a rising star within the Republican Party. “I want to bring America back to its best days, back when our future as a nation looked bright and I was widely considered to be the leading voice of a new generation of conservatives,” said Jindal, emphasizing that the country had strayed too far from the halcyon days that Americans enjoyed for a brief period in early 2009. “Comparing our nation today to where it was during that idyllic time when I was being touted as a potential heir to the Ronald Reagan legacy, anyone can plainly see that the most powerful country in the world has lost its way and replaced hopefulness and optimism with utter despair …



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Why America Needs Caitlyn Jenner’s New Series

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Some would say The Caitlyn Jenner Show debuted last month, when her Vanity Fair cover all but broke Twitter. Indeed Jenner has sparked a massive moment for the transgender community, but there’s still plenty of work to be done: Eighty-nine percent of people in America say they don’t know a transgender person, according to one poll. Another survey found 24 percent aren’t sure what transgender means. That’s why America needs her new E! docu-series (the elegant way to say reality show), I Am Cait, premiering tonight, more than ever.

Now that Jenner is the face of the trans community to many, the bar for the premiere episode has been set sky-high (compared with, say, an episode of Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami.) And the scrutiny will be too.

Early criticism of Jenner’s coming out has largely focused on her bombshell appearance. Elinor Burkett’s controversial New York Times op-ed chided Jenner’s “idea of a woman” as a “cleavage-boosting corset, sultry poses, thick mascara, and the prospect of regular ‘girls’ nights’ of banter about hair and makeup.” Based on the previews, I Am Cait will do little to squash the idea that Jenner came out not only as a woman, but a “sex babe,” according to one reporter cited by the Times. Lip gloss and nail polish loom large in the first glimpses at I Am Cait.

But if you consider what it must be like to be a 65-year-old woman who has never been able to freely, outwardly express herself, including her clothes, hair, and makeup, the freedom to rock a fresh mani/pedi doesn’t seem so inconsequential. As Jenner says in one preview, the show is about “getting to be who you really are.” If part of who she really is is a “sex babe,” it’s her right to—finally—be herself.

Many are also jumping to harp on her show for not reflecting the issues common to most transgender women who, unlike Jenner, don’t have easy access to physical or mental health care, much less hormone therapy or facial-feminization surgery. Jenner lives quite safely on a bluff overlooking Malibu, while statistics say trans women are at a disproportionately higher risk of murder than others. (Jenner will try to touch on these issues on I Am Cait by meeting with the parents of Kyler Prescott, a transgender teen who committed suicide this year.)

Further, Jenner’s first four children refused to appear in the series, expressing concern that using the Keeping Up with the Kardashians production team and airing I Am Cait on E! will sensationalize Jenner’s message of trans acceptance. “You go on E!’s website . . . and you look at all the shows, every one of them is a circus,” Brandon Jenner told Vanity Fair

All that said, even if the reality show (excuse me, docu-series) stars the most #firstworld transgender woman in history, even if is a frothy E! production, it’s still an opportunity to show all of the ways that Jenner is a human woman like any other to the masses—someone who freaks out before her mom comes to visit, someone who has tense moments with her kids, someone who lies awake at night worrying about whether she’s making the right decisions. (Also, someone who laughs at herself when realizing she bought the same little black dress as her ex-wife Kris Jenner—not a universal human experience, but a really funny, endearing one.)

On E! or not, Kardashian circus or not, at times superficial or not, America needs this show now. It needs to know trans men and women and their struggles on a deeper level. Sometimes a TV show isn’t just a TV show—consider that, in 1997, it was shocking for Ellen DeGeneres’s character to say “I am gay” on her sitcom. Today, gay marriage is the law of the land. I Am Cait won’t singlehandedly overhaul ignorance and prejudice about the transgender community. But if it makes it a little harder for someone who has never met a transgender person to reduce them to an abstract idea instead of a human being, it’s a start.

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