Governing and legislating is hard, cheap media pops like this are not, so it’s no wonder of wonders when Ted Cruz and AOC go for the latter when opportunity presents.
Monthly Archive: May 2019
The candidate who is not only leading, but currently lapping, the field said virtually nothing all week. Wisely.
I come here to bury Daenerys, not praise her. No, seriously, no praise. This is not the part of a clever tactic. Ding dong the dragon queen is dead.
The manager would like to see you…
The first gate of summer has been passed
Forty is do or die, give up or hold out, wind up or wind down. It’s the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning. Forty is the precipice between “can I see your ID” and free coffee at McDonalds. If life were a cheeseburger, forty would be the patty
I, Claudius has everything Game of Thrones had. Granted, there’s a few more British actors and not quite as many dragons. But it all happened in real life.
As always, there’s no shortage of hypocrisy in this world.
Tthere was no way Robert Mueller’s statement, his only statement, was going to be anything other than by-the-book and professional.
Wednesday Writs are back with the Scopes Monkey Trial, SCOTUS updates, dumb lawyers and dumber criminals.
Robert Mueller has finally spoken, and says his statement today is his final word on the subject
Not so dire? Damn straight! This week’s prompt, which should once again be a fun one: “A song that makes you want to dance”
Jon Bois is back telling the stories of additional sporting Bobs. He focuses most on Bob Beamon. Bois tells the story of Beamon’s 1968 Olympic Long Jump, one of the greatest athletic achievements ever.
Nothing fires up the political-industrial complex like a SCOTUS fight, and the enduring legacy of the Merrick Garland nomination non-vote.
Ma! Can I Go barefooted?
A top priority of any free college fan has to be cost containment. Here’s an idea.
Leaving the party.