What kind of science did Bob Enyart peddle? Whatever the strain, it killed him. It wasn’t cross-over equine science – the wonders of horse dewormer. It wasn’t Clorox tonic or one dose too many hydroxychloroquine. It was just anti-vax, anti-fact quackery.
Only in the Supreme Court does the majority consistently make policy in Washington. And most of that majority was nominated by presidents who got fewer votes than their rivals.
Why not require vaccination for the virus now overwhelming Texas hospitals and cutting a swath of tragedy through the South? Stinking, rotten, stupid politics.
Across many years living in Texas and commenting on education, I often railed against homeschoolers.
It is possible to low-ball even Donald Trump’s threshold for corruption. I did. When reports showed he sought to extort Ukraine to torpedo Joe Biden’s candidacy, the assumption – my assumption – was that Trump had demanded an investigation of his most-likely Democratic rival.
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.”