When he isn’t inventing emergencies to deliver on campaign promises, Donny likes long walks on the beach, holding hands, and betraying American trust. In early 2018, President Donald Trump instructed his then chief-of-staff, John Kelly, to give his son-in-law Jared Kushner top-secret security clearance, despite concerns raised by intelligence officials who feared Kushner would be too easily influenced by foreign powers.
There is a mental health crisis in this country. It is scary, wide-reaching, and deadly. And, just like every other crisis, people are capitalizing at the expense of others.
In a predictably uncomfortable and confrontational press conference from the White House Rose Garden, President Trump made an announcement that should make any reasonable person’s stomach churn.
The tragic (yet surprisingly comedic) Netflix film, “Paddleton,” follows the story of Michael, a man diagnosed with terminal cancer, and his best friend and neighbor, Andy, as they cope with Michael’s decision to end his own life. The film tackles the uncomfortable topic of physician-assisted suicide and the personal issues associated with it.