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When Missy Elliott receives the Video Vanguard award at MTV’s VMAs Monday night, the honor will technically still be presented in Michael Jackson’s name.
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Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy joins the Federalist Radio Hour to talk Trump voters, social media, and more.
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Pratt expounded on God as the divine creator and humans as hopelessly sinful, and Jesus as the sacrificial lamb on the cross.
When everything is virtue signaling, nothing is.
Mary Katharine Ham and Kristen Soltis Anderson debate whose at the top of the late ’90s music video throne on this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
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The one-time music network doubles down on the identity politics parade of horribles that helped create the division and discontent of the current American body politic.
For its ‘MTV Unplugged’ Performance, Nirvana decided to play mostly acoustic covers and deeper cuts from their albums, a stark contrast against their electric rock music.
The VMAs aren’t controversial. They’re just…boring.
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