The Cameron Park Fire burned from August to December, obliterating 326 square miles of forest and 469 structures.
People are dying and suffering at an accelerated pace in states with low vaccination rates. Yet CPAC attendees in Dallas applauded when a speaker chortled that Joe Biden would come up short of his 70 percent vaccination goal.
The day after Independence Day last week, Huffington Post had a fitting “tribute” to – well, let’s have HuffPost say it: “They rejected democracy. They lied. And they spent July Fourth calling themselves patriots.”
The valedictorian left the podium empty-handed, except for his hold on classmates’ hearts. The principal took away his microphone and his prepared remarks, but when grads shouted, “Let him speak,” another mic was produced and, by memory, he said all he intended. “For so long I tried to bend and break and shrink to society’s […]
VP Kamala Harris: “We’re talking about children. We’re talking about families. We’re talking about suffering. And our approach has to be thoughtful and effective.”
Some TV networks need to get a life. And some political movements need to figure out other reasons to exist. On race matters, right-wing networks are positively aflame with artificial umbrage.
Observing our president in Europe, I could only think: Things are getting better.
The Klan marched on the front page of my Denver Post this morning. By the thousands. A river of white.
Carlson has led the innuendo brigade in the pandemic, whether the issue be masking or state restrictions or vaccination. Like Trump himself, Carlson is the classic know-it-all who knows squat but keeps squawking.
The stench of decay has caused a few to flee, but committed members of the Trump Is Lord cult aren’t budging.