opponent. Like a Senate refusing to have hearings for one Supreme Court nominee and rushing to have hearings for another. This is not majority rule. This is a few having their way over the rest of a nation, and over the Constitution.”
“The disease Trump said would cause so little suffering – no worse than the flu – over the last two years was the third leading cause of death behind heart disease and cancer.”
“The better times are about more than weed, but it is the most obvious jolt, as any visitor will see with all the refreshed storefronts there.”
“The ’92 convention didn’t look like a big-tent affair. Almost no people of color, and ringing denunciations of the “gay agenda. But at least it had a platform that conventioneers could debate.”
Last week a court awarded her $90,000 for the grief she endured at Klein Oak High in Spring, Texas, when she refused to stand for the pledge.
Cheney is dead to the Wyoming Republican Party for one reason alone: She won’t lie. So we return to the dilemma of Madison Cawthorn and the question he needs to ask of his party leaders: Since when are y’all interested in truth?
“I know a lot of Americans who have never darkened a church door and who show more fealty to moral standards and basic decency than those who attend religiously. For some, Senator, religion is just show biz.”
“Any strategist will acknowledge a problem when a political playbook grows yellow and weathered. Fortunately for the GOP, the 21st century discovery of transgender people in our midst provides for newly Xeroxed strategies on crisp, white paper.
DeSantis has made petulance in a pandemic one of his defining qualities. He’s decided that fighting Anthony Fauci is more important than fighting the disease. Talk about theater.
His guy – Donald Trump, the man for whom Fox News’ propaganda brigade has cast its lot for five devoted years – owns Tucker. He is, in the words of George Will, one of Trump’s “poodles.”