We vote. Sometimes we vote for a face, sometimes we vote for a principal, sometimes we vote for a particular plan or message, And sometimes we vote simply because our family has always voted. So we line up in...
This is fighting fire with fire, and it's a brilliant notion. The activist's activist, Rob Reiner, says that zero people have read the Mueller report, including the *resident of the United States, and that if they would do so,...
Unbelievable. (Not Really) The Hill “The New York Times has begun re-enforcing a standing policy that forbids reporters and editors from appearing on cable news opinion programs deemed too partisan, a list that includes MSNBC's "Rachel MaddowShow," according to a Vanity Fair report. The...
It has become a defining feature, perhaps the defining feature of the m(or)onarchy of King Schitwitz the First. And the longer we live under the thumb of Fumbles the Clown, the more pronounced it gets. I’m talking about the phenomena of...
I hope I find it as easy to wear off of Robert Mueller as I did with beer. It shouldn't be hard, I've had more than my fill, and it's time to stop before I wake up on the...
Dana Milbank suggests drumpf learn something from shokkiri tournaments during which Sumo wrestler deliberately employ illegal moves...for training purposes. Bur Maybe he already has… Washington Post “President Trump watched a sumo competition while visiting Japan, and — who knew? — he seemed to enjoy seeing corpulent men...
You may remember Donald Trump saying, "I fancy myself something of a writer." J.K. Rowling took it upon herself one day to imitate Trump's style. https://twitter.com/jk_rowling/status/1031166466333323266?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1031166466333323266%7Ctwgr%5E393039363b74776565745f6d65646961&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fmashable.com%2Farticle%2Fj-k-rowling-parody-donald-trump-tweet%2F Now, there's another Trump entering the literary world. Following in his illiterate father's footsteps, Donald...
Kudos to Sara Danner Dukic who poses some more of life’s existential questions in response to Maggie Haberman’s puff piece about Hope Hicks in the NY Times…. https://twitter.com/nytpolitics/status/1131928102601465857 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132793296064057344 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132794958212161536 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132796547782107136 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132797544734576648 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132799637608443905 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132806347366514688 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132807483767046144 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132809807608651779 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132812835019534342 https://twitter.com/saradannerdukic/status/1132831093114232833 https://twitter.com/CrtvPrdx/status/1132809311095283712 https://twitter.com/durrati/status/1132963450957783040 Please follow me on Twitter @durrati
They call them "risk professions," and it's exactly what it sounds like. It's a job that by its nature tends to carry a higher than normal risk of injury or death just in the normal performance of your job....
(Above: Who me? A Nazi?) Bohemian Browser Ballett teaches us that just because it walks like a Nazi, thinks like a Nazi, and dresses like a Nazi doesn’t mean you should trust your lyin’ ears and eyes… https://twitter.com/AshKSkeet/status/1132362333936865281 For all you non-Twitters, here’s the...

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