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.
Before discussing the state of minority rule regarding the health crisis of gun proliferation, a moment of silence for the National Rifle Association.
“First one sheep jumped to its death. Then stunned Turkish shepherds, who had left the herd to graze while they had breakfast, watched as nearly 1,500 others followed, each leaping off the same cliff.”
Last week the Washington Post shared video of an unidentified GOP official calling for 10,000 volunteers to brave the darker reaches of urban Houston to find — and fight! — voter fraud.
Atlanta lost the All-Star Game and baseball’s draft because the major leagues joined the swelling ranks of those repulsed by Georgia’s newly restrictive voting laws. Welcome, Colorado.
On a scale of pretentiousness, from 1 (Mr. Rogers) to 10 (Mr. T), Anthony Fauci is a 2 and Rand Paul is a 15.
Republicans in Congress, in their stout unanimity against the American Rescue Plan, must gulp to see the 70 percent-plus public approval of the measure.