Monthly Archives: November 2020

A sad anniversary

So: How often have you heard it remarked today that this is the 57th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy? Not once, I’m guessing. I mention this because it’s a pointer to how time rolls on. It … Continue reading

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Happy … Holidays?

Liberty Counsel has issued its annual list of companies that it considers insufficiently deferential to pious loons such as themselves, identifying them as ‘naughty.’ And imagine my dismay when I discovered that my favorite mall hangout, Barnes & Noble, is … Continue reading

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Revisited: Should Trump be prosecuted?

Multiple news outlets have reported the past few days that Joe Biden is reluctant to pursue criminal charges against Donald Trump after he leaves office, believing Trump has spent enough time in the limelight and consumed enough national energy. As … Continue reading

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Quote for the day

How do you trust this version of the Republican Party to ever hold the White House again? Its members have sat mute while Trump, rather than using the federal bureaucracy to launch a war against our surging pandemic, has launched … Continue reading

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Trump to get a pass?

NBC News is reporting that President-Elect Joe Biden doesn’t want Trump’s flagrantly unlawful behavior while in office pursued when he leaves office. President-elect Joe Biden has privately told advisers that he doesn’t want his presidency to be consumed by investigations … Continue reading

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