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So, I listened to much of President Donald John Trump’s press conference yesterday while I was driving between students and I have never been so fearful for the future of my country as I was then and as I am now. Trump’s performance vividly recreated conversations I’ve had over the years with students whose self-esteem […]
Well, President-Elect Donald Trump has nominated just two women (Elaine Chao for Secretary of Transportation, No. 13 in the line of succession; and Betsey DeVos for Secretary of Education, No. 15) and one non-white man (Dr. Ben Carson for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, No. 14) to his cabinet. As of this morning, the […]
[Update at 1100] Mano Singham nailed the moment in the debate when the spectacle started going off the rails. It started when she got a question about what the WikiLeaks release of her campaign’s emails revealed about her views on trade and immigration. After a quick non-substantive response, she pivoted to talking about Russian involvement […]
*That’s what she said: It must be so hard to make 24 hours of television without saying the words: cunt, snatch, cooter, silk purse, spicy taco, hoohoo,, trim, vajayjay, bearded clam, front bottom, nether region, sin grotto, red lobster, beaver, fur burger, downstairs retreat, honey pot, inner sanctum, yoni, sugar walls, peach blossom, lady treasure, […]
Then there’s this from Wiley Miller:
We keep laughing, and maybe we can laugh Donald Trump back into the Trump Tower, but even if we can keep him out of the White House, I’m really worried about the beast he has drawn out of the darkness because his all-but-rabid followers will not go easily back into their caves if their leader […]
So, Bernie was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, again. For some odd reason, only the first part of the interview is available from the show, but you can find a pretty crappy captured version of the bit after the commercial break here. Colbert also gave Bernie a bit in the opening and featured […]
I continue to believe, regardless of how awesome Elizabeth Warren is, that she will wield more power, bring about greater change, as a Senator than she might in the White House.
This was the introduction to Stephen Colbert’s interview with Bernie Sanders.