Tag Archive for: donald trump
It is a stunningly ignorant stance that Trump cannot even stand to be in the same room as those he knows will criticize him.
Annenberg and the Unruh Institute hosted a diverse panel that explored media in the era of Donald Trump.
Let’s not bury the lede. President Donald Trump’s address to Congress was an embarrassing display not only of the rookie nature of our Home Depot-colored pseudo-president, but also of the vast lock-step cultishness of the Republican establishment. In their inimitable fashion, they have continued to tout anything that wasn’t a total blunder as “presidential” — […]
Protests against President Trump seem to be more rooted in emotion than reason, and are less effective because of this.
Annenberg and the Unruh Institute hosted a viewing of President Donald Trump’s congressional address.
If 2017 has forced me to learn or recognize anything new, it is surely that I will no longer, as so many have suggested for productive discourse, “agree to disagree.” How often in political debate, whether 54 comments deep into a Facebook post or across the dinner table, has this phrase been used? In the […]
Panelists discussed the University’s responsibilities to help students affected by recent White House actions on immigration.
USC has the second-most students affected by the President’s executive order.
An individual’s gender, race or sexual orientation doesn’t excuse complicity in attacks on those who lack their privilege.
Two Saturdays ago Melissa McCarthy stepped up to the Saturday Night Live stage dressed in a gray suit and high-forehead wig, unmistakably resembling Press Secretary Sean Spicer before she even walked up behind the mock White House podium. In the next eight minutes McCarthy delivered a scathing parody of Spicer’s press briefings, highlighting idiosyncrasies like […]