There is so much more to Frida Kahlo than meets the eye, as viewed in a new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum that blurs the line between artist and art. Faith Salie explores the career of an unapologetic woman who carefully crafted a portrait of her life while living through polio, and her husband Diego Rivera’s infidelity, to become one of the most famous names in art history.
FFRF Co-President Dan Barker discusses how the U.S. House chaplain can continue barring atheists from delivering invocations. He also explains why this sends a message to freethinkers across the country that they are political outsiders.
Franklin Graham takes on Mayor Peter and his homosexuality (warning: Some bad language from our President is included).
Robert Reich explains how Trump has become isolated politically.