But that hasn’t stopped one Twitter Wannabe Cool Kid from attempting to capitalize on today’s tragic church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, and sharing his heartless “hot take” via social media. One Antonio E. Gonzalez is figuring that those killed or injured earlier today were/are Trump supporters so, hey, good riddance, amiright?
Earlier this week, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, the parents of Charlie Gard, announced their heartbreaking decision to stop seeking treatment on his behalf. As Chris Gard said at the time, “We’ve decided it’s no longer in Charlie’s best interest to pursue treatment and we’ll let our son go to be with the angels.” Sadly, the news came yesterday that Charlie has indeed joined the angels. | Read More »
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Don’t look now, but recent polling on the U.S. Senate race in Michigan has a very unlikely contender giving incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow a run for her money. The Delphi Analytica poll shows Kid Rock (a/k/a Robert Ritchie) at 54%, with Stabenow at 46%. Okay – time for the caveats: It’s early; Ritchie hasn’t actually filed for the race; only 668 people were polled; and 44% of those polled | Read More »
I wrote this for my Dad on Father’s Day six years ago: Earlier today, a friend suggested I be sure to let my Dad know how much of an influence he’s had on me. My immediate reaction was one of, “Well, duh!” But then I realized this is not something I do nearly often enough. My Dad’s not the sort of guy who’s particularly comfortable | Read More »
On Thursday, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a Maryland District Court decision which placed a nationwide injunction on Donald Trump’s infamous executive order/“travel ban” (“EO-2”), barring its implementation. The ruling came as a surprise to some, as EO-2 was thought to be a substantial improvement on EO-1 (previously struck down by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals), and the 4th Circuit is considered | Read More »
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News comes at you fast these days – so fast, in fact, that stories which might have been considered bombshells in years gone by often shoot right past with barely a blip, lost in the shuffle of hyperbolic headlines and overblown outrage. Such was the case with two little tidbits from yesterday’s news cycle. First, as Newsbusters astutely pointed out, the Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart | Read More »
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This isn’t easy for a Trumpskeptic™ to admit, but after the event I attended this past Thursday evening, I feel marginally reassured about this administration on the foreign policy front. Yes, you read that right. Trust me, no one is more surprised by that than me. A local Talk Radio station – 97.1FM Talk – hosted an installment of its Evening Speaker Series in conjunction | Read More »
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LGBTQ rights undeniably are a hot-button political issue in the U.S. From religious freedom to bathroom bills, pronoun usage to gay adoption, few topics elicit as much passion when discussed. But while debates surrounding these issues rage on here, reports are emerging from Chechnya which paint a horrific picture. In early April, ABCNews reported on the alleged roundup and detention of as many as 100 people suspected | Read More »