NeverTrumpers and other Republican critics of President Trump should take a page from the labor movement.
Impeachment Showdown, round II.
If you had told me 10 years ago that one day a member of the WWE Hall of Fame would be president, I would have responded, “Yeah, Jesse Ventura.”
Unlike Four Years Before, The Battle For The 2020 Republican Party Nomination For President Is A Boring One, And Yet Neither Is It Historically Insignificant
No, William Weld won’t win. But that’s not the point.
Your Ordinary World for 8Apr19 feature links to great writing and viewpoints to read, share & discuss.
Lost in coverage of polls showing Americans overwhelmingly blaming the president for the shutdown was a warning sign for Democrats.
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ end of week tradition of bringing you linked stories from around the world and across the web. This week, “For the 116th Time…” a look at the many stories of the incoming US Congress, plus remembering the music of Roy Clark.
As Donald Trump continues to make a mess domestically and internationally, have his opponents learned anything? Nope.
Is it possible that the idea of death tickling at the back of our mind is pushing us to be more ideologically rigid as our population ages? Is fear driving our new partisan gulf? As a thought experiment let’s be brave and think about death for just a moment.
What does it take to be remembered?
Another breakdown on the election and, in particular, where the Democratic Party goes from here.