Mike Daum Headlines

  • Mike Pence and Mike Pompeo deny writing explosive op-ed attacking Trump

    A statement from the vice-president’s office says he ‘puts his name on his op-eds’ and secretary of state says op-ed ‘is not mine’ Vice-President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have denied writing an explosive and anonymous opinion piece that said an internal “resistance” is working to thwart parts of Donald Trump’s agenda, as the White House seeks to rout out the author. Related: Trump cries 'treason' as senior official attacks president in anonymous NYT op-ed Continue...

    the Guardian
  • Luca Daum & St. Galgano

    An artist wants to know: What role do artists have in the Benedict Option?

    The American Conservative
  • Editorial: Run, Mike, Run

    Bloomberg’s running again. And why not?

    The Weekly Standard
  • AutoNation chief Mike Jackson is stepping down (AN)

    AutoNation Chief Executive Mike Jackson will step down after nearly two decades at the dealership. He will stay on as executive chairman as the board looks for a successor. Watch AutoNation trade in real time here. After leading the US's largest dealership chain for nearly two decades, AutoNation Chief Executive Mike Jackson will step down from the role next year. Jackson will transition from his current role to executive chairman in 2019. The company has announced that the board has hired...

  • Here's why Eagles aren't worried about Mike Wallace ... yet

    Eagles receiver Mike Wallace didn't record a catch in Week 1, but he's in line for a bigger role in Week 2 vs. the Buccaneers. Watch video PHILADELPHIA -- The first week of the NFL season is one of overreaction and premature panic. Eagles receiver Mike Wallace knows better than to fall into that trap. Especially when the panic is about his own performance. When he was with the Dolphins in 2014, through the first four weeks of the season, he produced...

  • On Yemen, Mike Pompeo gets it very wrong

    On Sept. 12, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made what was probably one of the most ill-informed and disingenuous foreign policy decisions of the Trump administration’s 20-month tenure. Pursuant to the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act, Pompeo certified to Congress that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were taking enough action to “reduce the risk of harm to civilians and civilian infrastructure” in the course of the Arab coalition’s military campaign against the Houthis in Yemen.

    Washington Examiner
  • Mike Armstrong: A moment at the Humboldt memorial

    Even when you set foot in Humboldt for the first time, it feels like you already know the place, Mike Armstrong explains.

    Global News
  • Mike Francesa is betting you’re a fool

    Mike Francesa, a millionaire many times over, is asking his most loyal fans to trust him with their credit-card information and deduct $8.99 each month or $98.99 for the year for his laughably overpriced app. He wants people to fork over their money mostly for shows they receive for free nearly 18 hours a week...

    New York Post
  • President Mike Pence? Here's What His Administration Would Look Like

    The former governor of Indiana is a heartbeat away from being commander in chief.

  • Mike Scioscia: A’s turnaround is inspiration for Angels

    The Mike Scioscia will-he-stay-or-will-he-go story hasn't been officially told, but if this is the final season for the Angels' manager, he'll finish his 19-year career against the A's. The teams meet in Anaheim to complete the regular season. Asked before Tuesday night's game in Oakland for his best memory at the Coliseum, Scioscia quipped, "Are they tearing this place down? Why are you asking me?" He then suggested there could be more to come, saying, "Hopefully you haven't had my best memory...

  • Eagles' Mike Wallace suffers fractured fibula

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mike Wallace has a fractured fibula and will miss the next few weeks, coach Doug Pederson announced Monday. The Eagles have not decided yet whether Wallace will be placed on injured reserve, Pederson said. Wallace suffered the injury in the first half of a 27-21 loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday. The injury makes the Eagles suddenly thin at wide receiver. Mack Hollins was placed on injured reserve before Week 1 with a groin...

    ABC News
  • Mike Pompeo joins Instagram, thinks he has ‘swagger’

    He’s making diplomacy trendy again. At least, he’s trying to. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo rebranded the State Department as the “Department of Swagger” in an Instagram account he launched last week. His first post was a Photoshopped seal for the “swagger” agency, complete with a picture of him fist-bumping. The next one showed pics...

    New York Post
  • Mike Espy weighs in on Mississippi special election

    Mike Espy is running for Senate in a Mississippi special election against two Republicans to fill the final two years of a term started by Sen. Thad Cochran. Espy joins Morning Joe to discuss.

  • Mike Marjama Has a New Major-League Mission

    Everything always needed to be in the right place. At dinner, the plates needed to be right in the center, evenly matched on the place mats. The fork and knife needed to line up with the bottom of the plate...

    Bleacher Report
  • Rudy Giuliani endorses Mike Miller for Congress

    State Rep. Mike Miller received a late night endorsement from an unexpected source Wednesday. Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York and President Trump’s controversial personal lawyer, tweeted at 11:41 p.m. Wednesday, “Just met with @Mike_Miller_FL who is a great candidate in Florida CD 7.” ...

  • Why Mike Pence's 'disappointment' with Obama doesn't make sense

    As Barack Obama delivers critical critiques of Donald Trump, Mike Pence is "disappointed" that Obama isn't honoring traditions. That's all kinds of wrong.

  • Mike Francesa: Anger over app has nothing to do with price

    In the world of public-relations spin, of course Mike Francesa thinks his new app is doing great. And of course he said a man who stood up Sunday in Hoboken at a DraftKings event and complained about its price tag of $8.99 per month was an outlier. “I had one caller on the air, and...

    New York Post
  • Mike Bryan to make Davis Cup return

    Mike Bryan U.S. captain Jim Courier is bringing the doubles stalwart out of Davis Cup retirement for the semifinals in Croatia from Sept. 14-16. John Isner, playing in the U.S. Open quarterfinals, won't travel with the Americans because his wife is due to give birth to the couple's first child this month. The rest of the U.S. roster includes Jack Sock, Sam Querrey, Steve Johnson and rookie Frances Tiafoe. Mike and Bob Bryan retired from Davis Cup competition in 2016 after a 24-5 record. Mike...

  • Killed for asking for a vote: Mike Leigh brings...

    By Robin PomeroyVENICE, Italy, Sept 2 (Reuters) - In 1819, mounted troops charged, swords drawn, into a pro-democracy protest in northern England, killing...

    Mail Online
  • Better Call Saul Recap: Mike Check

    Better Call Saul covered a lot of ground this week, but the highlight was getting to spend some quality time with everyone’s favorite grumpy fixer: Mike Ehrmantraut. The episode opens with a flashback of Mike’s late son Matty as a kid watching his dad pour concrete in the family driveway, and that’s tied to the […]

  • Mike Sorrentino & Lauren Pesce: Planning a PRISON Wedding?!

    On the current season of Jersey Shore (Jersey Shore Family Vacation Part 2: The Legend of Curly's Gold, or whatever they're calling it), most of the drama has revolved around the ongoing conflict between Ronnie and his baby mama. But there's another story that has just as much potential for tragedy that's being mostly glossed over, presumably because it's just too depressing for the reality sitcom vibe of Shore's second iteration. We're talking, of course, about the possibility that...

  • Tariffs hitting Vice President Mike Pence's hometown

    New complaints are surfacing that the Trump administration’s trade war is harming businesses, this time coming from Mike Pence’s hometown – Columbus, Indiana. Stephanie Ruhle speaks with Vaughn Hillyard who is on the ground in Columbus seeing the effect

  • Mike Francesa needs to back up outrageous claims — just once

    Enough. If Mike Francesa is such an all-knowing big shot, it’s time he backed up even one of his boasts with demonstrable facts. He now claims to have discovered Sam Darnold long before lesser experts, then sharing his genius with WFAN listeners, beginning two years ago. This Sept. 5, Francesa bragged he was the first...

    New York Post
  • Mike Pompeo: We remain the world’s most generous nation

    America’s commitment to the most vulnerable also extends well beyond our immigration system, writes Secretary of State Mike Pompeo