The Rabbit and the Demon; or, How Nestlé Came to Rosslyn

It was reported yesterday that the American arm of Nestlé would be moving its headquarters from Glendale, California, to the distinctly untrendy Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia, where Washington Free Beacon Tower is located. The announcement was made by none other than Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who told us a few weeks ago that anti-abortion legislation is “socially divisive” and bad for business. I like to imagine how the deal went down.

PICTURES: Trump Is History’s Greatest Man

A lot of people had thoughts about last Wednesday’s column by Laura Ingraham, which used the St. Crispin’s Day Speech from Henry V to valorize the Trump campaign and denigrate its conservative opponents as cowards. Even more insightful than the actual column was the artwork accompanying it: Donald Trump’s thoughtful face superimposed onto the body of …

This Art History Secret Suggests Hillary Clinton’s Health Is Worse Than We Thought

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has been plagued by questions about her health. Those questions intensified after she collapsed in New York City in mid-September and then took several days off from campaigning to recover from pneumonia. Is Hillary OK? Does she have dysphasia, as Katrina Pierson, M.D., has suggested? Does she require an old person’s walker, an advanced exoskeleton, or an elaborate system of pulleys and wires to move, as other experts have suggested? Why does she ride in SUVs with “like almost a little step that comes down,” AKA retractable running boards?

The answer to all these questions may be contained in clues from an esoteric corner of the art world.

Move Over, Bud Light, Here are Five More Totally #Woke Brands

Bud Light wants you to know that gay marriage is great, just like their water-based product. Here’s their new ad about Steve and Greg’s wedding: The #BudLightParty supports everyone’s right to marry whomever they want, then throw a party for all their friends. — Bud Light (@budlight) June 1, 2016 So moving! Not too mention …

Hillary Clinton: Too Young to Win in 2016?

Hillary Clinton, 68, is one of the oldest individuals in history to seek the office of the presidency. She continues to be dogged by rumors involving her clandestine use of wheelchairs and walkers to increase mobility.