To quell the violence that came from the AntiFA left, I may declare Martial Law which I’m TOTALLY allowed to do in situations like this, and it’s happened MANY times before in the past. It’s named after General Martial, which a lot of people don’t know.
The VICE president is no angel. I thought his performance yesterday was disgusting and against the will of the PEOPLE who put him there, like me. A lot of people are telling me to fire him. I’m thinking about it or maybe letting him twist in the wind. I haven’t decided.
My lawyers are…
Pete Seeger was once asked if he felt his music had made a difference in the world, to which he responded, “I don’t know. But I do know I’ve met the good people. The people with live hearts, live eyes, and live minds.”
Yesterday, on Meet the Press, right around the time it was revealed the president had tried to strong-arm the secretary of state of Georgia into finding more votes, and that increasing numbers of GOP senators — including my own, Oklahoma Senator James Lankford, who is acting like Donald Trump’s spiritual donkey of late — are backing the…
January 2, 2021 at 11.50 a.m. CST
In an effort to overturn the results of last night’s NCAA College Football Playoff semifinal game between Ohio State and Clemson in the Sugar Bowl, in New Orleans, in which Ohio State prevailed 49–28, South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham (Clemson, known as the Tigers, is located in Clemson, South Carolina) announced that he plans to object to the NCAA’s decision to allow Ohio State to play in the College Football Playoff National Cham. Game on January 11, against Alabama, in Miami.
“All I know,” said the senator, “is we were up 14–0…
(Special New Year’s Eve edition)
Producers at NBC, apparently not willing to give Chuck Todd the full day off, but allowing him to work the equivalent of a half day, put together a Meet the Press on Sunday morning that featured appearances by Senator/Vice President/and now President-elect Joe Biden throughout the decades. Which meant featuring by way of his receding hairline but same magnificent teeth a sane, measured, often maddeningly polished, calculating, and generally decent public servant.
Those were the days, huh, when such a thing instilled confidence in the sentient among us.
Biden has appeared on the show, according to Todd, 50 times, and…
In much the same way that only the Trump administration can make one root for Big Pharma (Pfizer kneeing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was really kind of fun, though), only its curious collection of grifters, Nazi channelers, and thin-skinned skulking effete can make us long for the statesman that is Mitt Romney.
Let’s review, shall we?
“There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what,” Romney said in the video. “All right, there are 47 percent who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe…
December 14th at 1.55 p.m. CST
(Washington Post) President Trump today reportedly asked lawyers in the White House if he could “pre-pardon [Phillip] the guy, the kid Johnson” for crimes committed when Johnson allegedly stabbed four people at a rally yesterday in downtown Washington, D.C.
The president, who made the remarks at a Rose Garden ceremony, ostensibly staged to laud the administration’s efforts to cobble together the recent Israeli-Morocco peace deal, said of Mr. Johnson, “I don’t know if he was a Proud Boy, a term I never liked but it means boys who have confidence and love for America…
There was a moment yesterday on Meet the Press when Joe Manchin, Democratic senator (nominally speaking) from West Virginia, was explaining the problem with his party that I wanted to throw a dozen unused Mylan EpiPens at the screen.
I joke, of course. Who the hell can afford to throw these pens willy-nilly around the house?