0 Comments Jordan Peterson criticises Channel 4 News over interview BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Controversial clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson has criticised Channel 4 News over his interview with Cathy Newman. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/entertainment/film-tv/news/jordan-peterson-criticises-channel-4-news-over-interview-36883772.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/entertainment/film-tv/news/article36883770.ece/4f1d8/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_73508211-3678-4478-8890-de458fa71666_1 Email Controversial clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson has criticised Channel 4 News over his interview with Cathy Newman. Channel 4 said it called in security specialists after Newman’s questioning led to “vicious misogynistic abuse, nastiness, and threat” against the news presenter. The Canadian clinical psychologist is known for opposing what he calls “politically correct insanity”. Peterson, whose self-help guide 12 Rules For Life: An … [Read more...] about Jordan Peterson criticises Channel 4 News over interview
When Sean Hannity was revealed in court on April 16 as a mystery client of Trump attorney Michael Cohen, there were all sorts of reactions to the bombshell. Perhaps the strangest belongs to a New York attorney named J.A. Sanchez-Dorta, who for the past year has been representing Francisco Cortes, a former vice president at Fox News Latino who alleges being scapegoated on the sexual harassment front. Cortes was accused of forcing himself on Tamara Holder, an on-air contributor at the network. A $2.5 million settlement was struck between Holder and 21st Century Fox that not only resolved her claims over Cortes, but contained a provision that she would not disparage two other unnamed individuals. Cortes alleges this agreement was then leaked to The New York Times, and he sued Fox News for $48 million last July. The judge rejected Cortes' lawsuit in January and commented that the allegations were "worthy of its own Martin Scorsese thriller." Now, the case is on appeal, … [Read more...] about Bizarre Sean Hannity Subplot Erupts in Appeal by Former Fox News Executive
Fox News politics editor Chris Stirewalt today said it might be a bit premature for President Trump to say Don Blankenship running for Senate would go about as well as Roy Moore did. To the great people of West Virginia we have, together, a really great chance to keep making a big difference. Problem is, Don Blankenship, currently running for Senate, can’t win the General Election in your State…No way! Remember Alabama. Vote Rep. Jenkins or A.G. Morrisey! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 7, 2018 Trump eventually did offer some support for Moore, even if he didn’t choose him in the primary, and as Dana Perino and Stirewalt acknowledged, if Republicans ended up coming around on Moore they could just as easily come around on Blankenship, who’s come under intense scrutiny not just for racist comments, but for his one-year stint in jail over the deaths of 29 coal miners at one of his mines. “If the Republicans could get behind somebody who was … [Read more...] about Fox News’ Stirewalt on Blankenship’s WV Senate Chances: If GOP Could Get Behind an Accused Molester…
Check out the news you should not miss today, May 7 Politics -- The 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam begins its seventh plenary meeting on Sunday, during which three important policies will be discussed. Society -- A footbridge, believed to be the most beautiful of its kind in Ho Chi Minh City, was inaugurated on Sunday, connecting two parts of the Gia Dinh Park that are separated by Hoang Minh Giam Street in Go Vap District. -- A man was caught transporting 7,400 methamphetamine pills from Laos into Vietnam by the border guard unit of the central Vietnamese province of Quang Tri, officers said on Sunday. -- Hoang Trung Hai, secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee, led an inspection group to examine the progress of the Nhon-Hanoi Railway Station project, a 12.5km urban rail that costs 1.176 billion euro (US$1.4 billion) to build, on Sunday. -- A Phuong Trang passenger bus was heading to the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang on the Ho Chi Minh City – Trung … [Read more...] about Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – May 7
FIONA Bruce is one of the TV's most recognisable stars – thanks to her work on the BBC's Six O'Clock News and Antiques Roadshow. Here's the lowdown on one of the BBC's flagship broadcasters... Who is Fiona Bruce? Fiona was born in Singapore in 1964 to an English mother and a Scottish father and has two older brothers. She went to school in both the UK and in Italy before studying French and Italian at Oxford, where she briefly became a punk. After graduating, she worked at a management consulting firm before landing a researchers job on the BBC current affairs programme Panorama. The 53-year-old later worked as a producer and reporter on both BBC Breakfast and Newsnight and in 1999 she became the secondary presenter of the BBC Six O'Clock News. Fiona has also anchored the Ten O'Clock News, which she continues to do becoming the first woman to present the bulletin. She has also hosted Crimewatch, taking over from Jill Dando after her murder and is also part of the BBC election … [Read more...] about How old is Fiona Bruce, who’s the Antiques Roadshow presenter’s husband and how many kids does the BBC News journalist have?