Every time a Republican perversely tries to extol the party’s “achievement” in cutting regulation, one or more Democrats need to make clear what the cost to American society is.
New York University’s School of Law has put out a new study showing how deregulation has made the COVID epidemic worse. Deregulation is, of course, just one component of Trump and the GOP’s war on science and on reality itself.
are to be seen in Red Star, White Nights: The Life and Death of Yuri Soloviev.
Evteyeva, Fedicheva, Kolpakova, Komleva, Kurgapkina, Makarova, Minchonok, Moiseyeva, Sizova, Osipenko, Zubkovskaya: all ballerina partners of Soloviev’s, all featured beauteously in our pages.
P.S. Someone said to me, “That’s very nice, but where’s the book? No offense.”
National Geographic headlines its January 2015 article on the incunabula of fine art this way:
“The greatest innovation in the history of humankind was neither the stone tool nor the steel sword, but the invention of symbolic expression by the FIRST ARTISTS” [capitalization theirs]
Why are the anti-Trump ads put together by GOP groups like the Lincoln Project so much more hard-hitting than what the Democrats come up with?
That’s a rhetorical question.
There will be only “realistic” images in Trump’s announced waxworks pantheon, honoring right-wing extremists like Antonin Scalia in a Jurassic Hero Park.
Addressing the country, the liar-in-Chief’s head is almost always tilted at a dodgy, evasive angle.
No, it’s only when experts are trying to protect the public heath and welfare that he ridicules them, as he did again today.
Knowledge is power, and that’s why Sen. Paul and his Republican colleagues want Americans as ignorant as possible.
All the more easier, then, to ask Americans to walk the plank, which is what Rand Paul is doing.
The publicity-loving doctor is so ready for her close up that she’s violating the Hippocratic oath and shilling for Trump’s genocide, assuring us that the catastrophic Texas re-opening is really “very steady and safe.”
Watch the new ad from MeidasTouch.
Going through things, found a note from Bob Gottlieb dated November 19, 1981. He had just received a note from Tanaquil: “I really think, as long as I don’t want to have anything to do with a book about me, that it is then silly to turn around and donate photographs–doesn’t make too much sense, does it? Better to be 100% cooperative.”