U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participates in a discussion at the Georgetown University Law Center on February 10, 2020 in Washington, DC.
Last week, I advised saving up some outrage for Donald Trump’s latest. Glad I did, because this week we saw on the part of Trump and his Republican Senate boot-lickers perhaps the most ...Read more
Attention Deficit Disorder. If you don’t have it, consider yourself lucky. According to the American Psychiatric Association, one out of 25 Americans, and one out of 10 children, have some level of A.D.D., loosely described as the inability to remain focused for a reasonable amount of time on any given task, activity, subject, or conversation....Read more
Labor Day’s behind us. With fewer than 55 days until November 3, the presidential election is in full swing, and the differences between the two parties could not be clearer.
For Joe Biden, the issue is: Donald Trump has sunk this country into a four-fold catastrophe: the worst public health crisis in our lifetime, a pandemic that’s killed ...Read more
Full confession. I’m a proud Democrat. I’m a lifelong Democrat. But, I must admit, sometimes my fellow Democrats drive me crazy. They always fear the worst. They’re such worry-warts. They’re such bed-wetters. Like now.
No exaggeration. I must get half a dozen emails, texts, or phone calls every day from Democratic friends (you know who ...Read more
Donald Trump’s not wrong about everything. He’s telling the truth when he says he’s created a lot of new jobs. In fact, he can take credit for vastly expanding one particular industry: fact-checkers. Newsrooms have hired hundreds of them.
Fact-checkers have been in great demand since the beginning of the Trump presidency, but never more ...Read more