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Rep: Meadows: “Everybody has their impression of what truth is.”
Not only must traitorous, criminal enablers like Mulvaney, Conway, Barr, Jordan be indicted when possible and prohibited from ever serving in a public capacity again — but we must ask ourselves, as a country, how did this happen–and how can … Continue reading
“There are basically only five ways to accumulate a billion dollars,” Robert Reich writes at his blog, “and none of them has to do with being successful in free market capitalism.”
Make sure to make sure you circle March 6, 2020 at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where I’ll be speaking on “Dryads of West 55th Street,” as part of a day-long seminar-program relating to “Ballerina: Fashion’s Modern Muse.”
Who knows–maybe he’ll switch affiliation mid-primary? It’s an un-delicious irony that Bloomberg, the billionaire autocrat who helped pave the way for Trump, is now itching to succeed him. The solution isn’t Michael Bloomberg. The problem is the Michael Bloombergs of … Continue reading
He bellows the same outrageous, easily-disproven lies over and over again, until, so he hopes, the national psyche will be so battered it will accept anything at all in order to tamp down the noise pollution and the assault on … Continue reading
I’m sure this story will be exhaustively covered by the Washington Post, but it seems that Amazon doesn’t like the fact that the City Council of Seattle wants to impose some fiscal accountability for the company’s responsibility in making housing … Continue reading
Fleeing to Florida, he leaves, as usual, in his wake a trail of lies, deflections, smokescreens.
When I saw Nancy Pelosi on Colbert in her yellow dress with beads and shoes to match, I was ready to forgive her almost everything. That’s the kind of guy I am. But seriously, I wish her all the best … Continue reading
Integral to the President’s war on truth and facts as manifested by his attacks on the media is the trick of screaming answers to unavoidably screamed questions from the media–remember Reagan’s trick of getting lost in the prop wash?