Monday, April 6, 2020
You probably remember back in November when Trump was touting the virtues of "decorum," probably a word that Stephen Miller taught him, on the one hand -- and on the other, tweeting about "Little Adam Schitt?" There's no love...
Author Windsor Mann penned an essay in "The Week" that is haunting in its obviousness, and saddening on an existential-level, for each of us personally and as a nation. The premise is one we all understand, but have a...
Remember those two dreaded words? after the intense backlash to Trump’s presidency with the Women’s march, in the months that followed, as atrocity after atrocity piled up, and daily life seemed to devolve into one long, endless episode of...
Have we become so numbed that this goes without surprise, never mind outrage? On the calendar day that we remember others' sacrifices, and within an hour of laying a wreath at the Pentagon, the president issued the following tweet: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1171760235935125508 Let's...
Friends, in less than 30 hours, the most wasteful, tacky, gaudy and profoundly tasteless Trump rally in the history of the Trump phenomenon will go forward, paid for with your nickle and mine, and disguised as an Independence Day...
I am not going to analyze or belabor the point here. What I am going to do is set it out, so that our readers remain informed as to the devastation Trump unleashes upon our body politic. Whatever else...
For nigh on a year and a half now I have been saying that Donald Trump is literally killing the Republicans as a viable national party going forward. As a result, I have taken my fair share of incoming...
The NY Times has a story out today that isn't "fresh" news so much as a spin on what was reported late Friday into Saturday. On Friday afternoon Mick Mulvaney joined a lawsuit petitioning the federal district court to intervene...
At least three major newspapers have become the first to call for Trump's resignation over last week's revelations concerning political extortion of Ukraine. First, the Boston Globe, the major progressive paper in perhaps the nation's most progressive major city, led...
Somewhere, Lewis Carroll is shaking his head, thinking that he wrote a relatively linear story compared to the tale currently spun by the United States government. The "leader" of that same government, today argued that the whistleblower must not...

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