You may have heard that Keith Ellison — a guy who came within a whisker of being the DNC Chair — yesterday claimed that Kim Jong-un is “more responsible” than Donald Trump: North Korea is a serious thing. You have this guy making bellicose threats against somebody else who has very little to lose over there. Kim Jong-un, the world always thought he was not | Read More »
On CNBC, an entrepreneur named Marcus Lamonis was asked what kind of people he prefers to hire for his businesses. Here’s what he said: “We look for more females than males, by design. I happen to believe that females, particularly in the sales oriented positions, are better. They’re more empathetic…. CONTINUE
U.S. prosecutors recently seized a 2,300-year-old vase, painted by the great Greek artist Python, which had long been on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Evidence showed that tomb raiders had looted it in Italy in the 1970s. It is expected that the vase will ultimately be returned to Italy, as was the Euphronios […]
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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Inviting the president and apologizing are both the right things to do.
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Back in late summer of 2011, when Rick Perry was running for president, the (then) Texas governor’s message to voters was somewhat of a unique one: “I’ll work every day to try to make Washington, DC as inconsequential in your life as I can.” Small-government conservatives understood and shared his sentiment…. CONTINUE
As Sen. John McCain R-Ariz.) battles brain cancer, Americans are rallying to his side and reflecting on his political legacy. Republicans and Democrats alike are calling McCain — perhaps the country’s best-known former prisoner of war — a hero. My thoughts and prayers are with @SenJohnMcCain, a true hero. Cancer is up against one Anerica’s […]
On Jan. 20, 1984, Margaret Thatcher issued an order to Jim Hacker, a member of her Cabinet, and Sir Humphrey Appleby, a senior bureaucrat. She wanted to purge the government of everyone with a qualification in economics. “What are your degrees?” Thatcher asked Sir Humphrey. “Politics and …” Sir Humphrey trailed off. “Yes?” Thatcher insisted. […]
there is no way this either makes sense or ends well
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