Even better, everyone can pretend that they're working that family-values magic while doing nothing at all to help parents raise a baby even minutes after they can call themselves parents. Isn't that what "compassionate conservatism" is all about?
The PolitiChicks are a group of conservative women who claim to be covering "the most important issues and events of the day." And, apparently, one of those important issues last week was deciding who should be considered America's "hottest conservative supermen."
Whether you're a screenwriter for Mad Men or the creator of the Kardashians, we are all storytellers and "moments generators." Effective and successful content not only achieves a good balance between the two.
As a writer, creative director and self-proclaimed man of the people, there are only a few things I hold dear. Among them, my pop culture knowledge, the ability tell smart, entertaining stories, and the undeniable New York-ness of my existence.
We've come up with a list of the worst possible spin-offs of currently airing TV shows. And, yes, they're all considerably more watchable than The Choice. In most of these shows, at least the terrible people die at the end.
One of the questions I get most about my Jeopardy experience is, "What's Alex Trebek like, and why doesn't he have a mustache anymore?" I confess that I struggle to answer both questions with any degree of certainty.