Nobody ever accused Donald Trump of not knowing his constituency. Having lost the presidency, having made a list of suspects behind the “steal” (which he concocted long before losing), he and his MAGA kin have compiled a list of new offenses linked to the theft. The terms fit well with the old Jim Crow standby, […]
Reviewing my shiny new set of Fulton County Indictment Cards, hearing a TV analyst piercingly call events “corruption colliding with consequences,” I thought of a nice old lady I encountered in 2016. Well, not exactly nice. Gray-haired and petite, she certainly looked less than deadly. That was before she saw literature with which I had […]
Understand, Trump has always looked at the legal system as a fiscal proposition, speculation of the highest order.
The nation raised its debt limit three times under Donald Trump. Even he said the matter was no place for gamesmanship (he who told supporters, “I’ve always loved debt.”)
Listen closely at a school board meeting or to the rantings of GOP wannabe front-runner Ron DeSantis, and know that this political strain has chosen “equity” and “inclusion” as central targets.
Two headlines last week pretty much summed up how the world works – to the world’s detriment.
New Gov. Katie Hobbs, a thoughtful Democrat, must decide what to do with them, the fruits of $82 million spent by her Republican predecessor for an “in-your face” statement aimed at Joe Biden.
When Russia rolled tanks into Ukraine, Donald Trump called Vladimir Putin a “genius” and “very savvy.” Turns out, not very.
As we enter a new year, a few things have got me thinking mankind and our planet aren’t doomed. Indeed, better things are ahead.
Raised a Methodist, I was a little confused by the hymn. The lyrics meant well, surely. But was the Jesus of Sunday School a gun-toting militant?