Emily Zanotti is a writer, comedian, traveler and ten-year veteran of political communications and online journalism based out of Chicago. There, she runs her own digital media firm and works as a writer and researcher for the Heartland Institute and as an associate fellow with the R Street Institute. Her work appears at The Federalist, daily at the American Spectator, on the opinion page of the Wall Street Journal, and across the web. Emily can be reached at [email protected] You can read more by Emily by following her on Twitter at @emzanotti and “liking” her on Facebook.
Women, Marie Claire implies, would never want to watch a gripping two-hour tale of everyday heroism amid the backdrop of a fight against looming totalitarianism.
Young women are finding that Hillary Clinton’s credibility on women’s issues is just about zero.
Chicago authorities have realized they can’t afford their multi-million-dollar spending plans and are panic-taxing everything that has moved into their target zones.
While Bill Nye may have a lot of philosophical disagreements with the pro-life position, he doesn’t seem to have many scientific ones.
The VMAs aren’t controversial. They’re just…boring.
The core of Comic Con is the fans who buy the tickets, who watch the shows, and who wait in endless lines to ask their favorite celebrities and artists questions.
Cameron Crowe’s latest film, ‘Aloha,’ doesn’t deserve its snubbing.
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