The Grammys are an unnervingly conservative program, both politically and in form. No moment from last night's drawn out broadcast captured that conservatism quite like the obligatory mid-show speech from the Grammys' President and CEO Neil Portnow. It seemed at first as though Portnow was laying everything on the line. His trumpet-aided reference to "America the Beautiful" was striking, though in that moment revealing. He parlayed a wishful American anthem—not the national anthem, mind you—into a call to arms, to push the President and Congress to enact legislation to protect music earnings for artists and publishers. Is this the "Resistance" in 2017? Read more.
Anti-abortion groups say that the US economic system is broken if women feel like they have to choose ‘between sacrificing their education... read mor e.