Poised as we are just before a hallowed holiday weekend, and in further honor of the 40th Anniversary of Star Wars as well as our nation’s foremost motor-car race, reporting on the Trump-fueled daily disasters is just “coming in too fast.” The clown-car demolition derby leading up to his first ill-fated big-boy trip, the emblematic
“Yesterday I felt truly embarrassed. The ‘leader of the free world’ just sat there, awkwardly, waiting for Trump to shake her hand.” – George Takei George wasn’t the only one embarrassed. To tell you the truth, I was flabbergasted. I’ve never seen anything like this in my lifetime, not even from Nixon. And believe you
OPERATION ROLLING ORANGE PRIVILEGE: DOWNHILL, BACKWARDS, ON SKATES Picking up plus-or-minus where we left Orange Privilege a fort-night ago, the Trump administration continues with all the focus and purpose of a beach ball at a Phish concert. Excepting that such a beach ball would be inflated with good will and kept aloft by nice people.
Here’s my question to all of Donald Trump’s supporters. Look, I get it: you can’t stand Hillary Clinton; she’s the antichrist as far as you’re concerned. And there’s no way you could ever see yourself voting for her. Believe it or not, I actually understand where you’re coming from. I couldn’t bring myself to vote
Does the prospect of Donald J. Trump being privy to the daily national intelligence briefings frighten average patriotic Americans who are concerned with the security of the United States? Given Mr. Trump’s and Paul Manafort’s close ties to Russia, Trump’s call for his allies in the Kremlin and the KGB to engage in a hack
Dear Mr. President: It’s been a while since I sat down and wrote a letter to you, and though I realize you’ve got a lot on your mind, this just couldn’t wait. So please indulge me. I’ll get right down to brass tacks. Your decision to bomb Syria is a huge mistake, both for you
Why do I feel like we’ve seen this movie before? A despot leader of a nation ruthlessly killing his own people, using chemical weapons no less; intelligence reports that are hardly a “slam dunk,” yet point to only one logical conclusion; a president who fervently believes action of some sort is warranted and a British