Tagged: Donald Trump
Welp, that was some week, and the weekend was just as nuts. As we start to careen into the Fourth of July holiday, we need to handle a bit of business from the week...
Since I last wrote about this race in April, the President’s chances have only gotten worse and a blue wave is now in play as much as a Trump squeaker is.
Why not support Trump? It’s a simple answer really, but let’s begin with another more pressing question: Why not be a conservative?
Joe Biden, Charlamagne tha God, The Breakfast Club, Kayleigh McEnany, Jonah Goldberg, Donald Trump, Ann Coulter, and Bernie Sanders supporters in this edition of Harsh Your Mellow Monday
It is Monday, folks, and while we hope you and yours are safe and well, there is plenty going on in the world of politics and culture that we need to get into.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Fortunately, Ordinary Times’ Friday tradition of links to read, share, and discuss is here for you.
Here’s one thing we can say with absolute certainty regarding the 2020 Presidential Election — generational change is going to have to wait for another four to eight years.
The diversion of seemingly every discussion, TV show, and internet forum toward Trump can now be measured. Call it the Trump Digression Index.
Joe Biden semi-isolates in a one-on-one debate, paying attention to local government during a national crisis, a food abomination, and please don’t get Grandma killed in this edition of Harsh Your Mellow Monday
The biggest difference between the current coronavirus and comparisons to H1N1 in 2009 isn’t who is president, or the media. It’s us.
The missing blue wave, impeachment martyrdom, the Fal-ings of self-awareness, and some places we got it right/wrong in Harsh Your Mellow Monday
President Donald Trump will give the State of the Union speech before the House that impeached him and the Senate that will vote to acquit him tomorrow.
Landslides that aren’t coming for Sanders or Trump, The Des Moines Register, backside of the Super Bowl, Rashida Tlaib, and the lessons of Falkirk.