Today Donald Trump will send me and every other American with a cellphone a text message. You can’t prevent this, the message sent by FEMA will appear on your phone without your consent.
What to make of the Judge Brett Kavanaugh main attraction as other, far more important and relevant news goes wanting?
Nothing. It should be tuned out. From my perspective the Supreme Court is a destructive force poised against a Constitution it is supposedly sworn to uphold.
This is what happens if you go up against the state and you have a degree of notoriety—you get framed, or set-up for a fall and a lifetime of shame.
He didn’t, of course.
He might as well have. Within an hour or two of the shooting at the newspaper in Maryland, liberals were placing the blame on the Alt-right provocateur.
Milo brought this upon himself. He said the other day he can’t wait for vigilantes to start killing journalists.
This will be seriously politically incorrect.
The management at Red Hen, the Virginia restaurant that booted Trump press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, has all the right in the world to deny service to any person it does not want patronizing its business.
It is illegal in many states to this, especially based in skin color, religion, sexual orientation, disability, etc. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes it so.
Fox News, the network President Trump wakes up to every morning before he begins his now legendary tweets, has posted an op-ed by Robert Charles, a former assistant secretary of state for President George W. Bush and a former naval intelligence officer.
Mr. Charles writes Trump had all the constitutional authority needed to attack Syria on Friday.