Annabel Park (Korean: 박수현) is a documentary filmmaker, political activist and community volunteer.Born in 1968 in Seoul, South Korea, Annabel immigrated to the United States with her family when she was nine years old, and was raised in Texas and Maryland. She studied Philosophy at Boston University and Political Theory at Oxford University as a Marshall Scholar.Park worked as a nanny in New York and briefly worked in strategic planning at the New York Times as a Strategy Analyst. She has also worked as playwright, theater director, and docummentary film maker.Park was the national coordinator for a network of second-generation Korean Americans, the 121 Coalition, and was instrumental in the passing of House Resolution 121.
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House Majority Leader Eric Cantor set out to "humanize" his image by doing a 60 Minutes interview with Leslie Stahl that aired on New Year's Day. This is how Stahl explains the context of the interview, "President Obama has made Eric Cantor the face of Republican inflexibility. ".
Last week, CNN hired Dana Loesch as a political contributor. Loesch previously called CNN "the biggest bunch of idiot blockheads," "state-run media," home to "tinfoil hats," and accused the network of having a "blatant disregard for objectivity. " Loesch also wrote that Anderson Cooper got his job "by benefit of silver spoons.