…Meet in the Middle

This weekend saw a lot of back and forth between people with differing opinions on Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Some thought comedian Michelle Wolf’s words were on the nose. Others thought they were highly inappropriate. Not surprisingly the coverage saw very little middle ground. No matter where your opinion lies, this polarizing response seems…


Today marks President Trump’s 100th day in office. It seems fitting that it falls on the same day as the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. As you may already know, and probably could have guessed given their relationship, President Trump will not be attending. While it’s not surprising, given the tension between the administration and the…

…Have the Last Laugh

Tonight sees the final White House Correspondents’ Dinner of President Obama’s presidency. And with Larry Wilmore, host of “The Nightly Show” on Comedy Central. as the evening’s entertainer, it should be good.


Tonight the top political correspondents, news casters, a mix of celebrities, and politicians will gather together in our nation’s capital for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.  Also known as the one night of the year when lawmakers and their critics gather to publicly poke fun at each other under the guise of comedy.