Fearless Elizabeth Warren, yes that is what we must start calling her. She is the first presidential candidate to come out for impeachment, and Oh God did she come out. Her four part Twitter indictment lays bare the hypocrisy and cowardice of some democratic leaders.
If you need another reason to vote (i.e., get the ocher arsehole out of office anon), here’s a good one, from page 390 of the Mueller report: Here’s the text version (emphases mine): A possible remedy through impeachment for abuses of power would not substitute
I do not know about the rest of the media, but some on MSNBC — Andrea Mitchell out with her pomp pomps — are really pushing the narrative that it is Democrats who are in a political bind with the Mueller Report. According to the narrative, people
I assume by “normal person” he means “not the president” — not “a tool-using hominid who’s not totally fucking insane.” But the sentiment still holds. The indispensable Gabriel Sherman at Vanity Fair has an insider’s look at the mood inside the White House in the
If you’re a President, you have a better chance of winning the Powerball lottery than you have of being impeached. I mean that literally. If you buy a ticket, you at least have a one in some odd million chance of hitting it lucky, but
Callie June was adopted by two loving parents, who immediately had to put her in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to deal with her stage four cancer. Her parents, already working multiple jobs, did what most Americans are forced to do when confronted with high medical bills: They
I was asked that question a number of years ago, and wrote a brief piece where I explored the issue. As I now apply to independent schools for the possibility of teaching in one next year, this is one of the documents I include to
Received this e-mail today from the Pennsylvania Democratic Party: Democrats have a plan to create better jobs, better education, and a better life in rural PA! We laid it out on our website, and I'm sending the highlights to you personally because only your support can
Bear with me for a thought exercise. The rules of the Iowa caucuses is that at the precinct level a candidate must have at least 15% of the attendees to be viable, and for any candidate who has less, s/he is unviable and her/his supporters
So I watch the morning news programs this morning thinking for once, for once, they would say a Republican had broken the law, undermined the constitution and must (or at least we should think about) be removed from office for the good of the country.
So somehow Donald Trump thinks a report that uncovered more moral rot than a late-night Caligula cotillion totally exonerates him. Then again, he says and does pretty much anything, more or less randomly, that bounces around for more than three seconds his Wiffle Ball of a brain.
As part of the ongoing project to catalog every awful thing the Trump Administration has done as a reference for future political arguments and whatever few posterity survives to see 2020, here’s everything awful the Trump Administration has done this week. ____________________________________________________________________________ 1336. Offered to pardon