Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi, senior editors at The Federalist, discussed this week’s biggest outrages including: Pick-up artists, sexting scandals, pornography, boycotting the National Anthem, and movies that critics have overrated.
Between Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal and Pamela Anderson’s Wall Street Journal editorial on pornography, there are many conversations around sex going all directions. “It is absolutely, obviously true that there is a problem with porn-use in this country, in this world, and that it’s related to the ease with which you can obtain it, and it’s effecting people’s ability to form relationships,” Hemingway said.
The media has shown little interest in showcasing Hillary Clinton’s corruption. “I think journalism has completely failed America this election. You can hate Donald Trump and still investigate in an honest way what’s going on with Hillary,” Harsanyi said.
Later in the hour they debate the ending of the HBO series, ‘The Night Of,’ and some of the most overrated movies of all time. “I like a lot of these movies than are art rather than just simply entertainment…but I think the best movies can be both,” Harsanyi said.