Exactly how COVID-19 will impact our lives and change America in the coming months is a mystery, but it seems like a certainty that beyond our economy, activities we take for granted are going to change.
Every week has been a trial. One more outrage, one more impossible lie, one after another. At first it was the prevarications themselves that were too much, but then came the sheer rush of them. Then they congealed into hordes of fatuous behaviors committed by crews of shameless idiots powered by their own disconnection to reality.
The Senate won’t convict.
Dear Trump-supporting friend, I gotta talk to you about Trump, because this last week was a doozy.
I’m betting on a recession coming in the next year or so and the overall economy lacks padding if a downturn comes.
If we admit that one group of Americans are second class citizens, we admit not everyone will achieve the American Dream.
Long before he was elected President, on January 23, 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump put his finger on the most defining aspect of his power: He can do anything he wants, and the voters and elected officials who support him will never waiver in their support.
I”m pretty sure here will be runoff elections on April 2 for mayor, but it’s almost impossible to tell who’s going to make it to round two.