We’ll see the video of George Floyd being killed over and over again.
Each time, anyone with a shred of humanity will recoil watching a black man, handcuffed and face down on the asphalt, slowly and painfully die with a white Minneapolis police officer’s knee on his neck.
It’s a slow-motion murder. And like the videotaped deaths of ...Read more
The Republican National Convention, a humbly massive celebration of the awesomeness of President Donald Trump, is scheduled for August in North Carolina, but it may have to relocate.
“Why?” you ask, your voice not muffled by the tyranny of a liberal coronavirus mask. Because, as President Trump tweeted on Memorial Day, taking time away from...Read more
Hello, and welcome to the White House, where everything is fine and we are encouraging Americans to be warriors and get out there, get back to work and face the coronavirus head-on. Please excuse this recorded message. We are currently experiencing a coronavirus outbreak that is being handled perfectly.
Before entering, we must ask you to ...Read more
This will be a Mother's Day like no other.
Locked down. Zoom-centric, maybe. Minus the brunches out, the picnics in crowded parks. Absent the big gatherings. In some cases, hug-less, hard as that is to imagine.
No Mother's Day crafts coming home from school. No misshapen ceramic knickknacks from first grade art ...Read more
Ladies and gentlemen, I realize we're in the midst of a deadly global pandemic, but please pay attention to our very dumb president.
On Sunday, as more than 1,000 Americans died of COVID-19, Donald Trump sent the following three tweets:
"When will all of the 'reporters' who have received Noble Prizes for their work on Russia, Russia, Russia, ...Read more
It seems the Fox News network -- which is as much a "news network" as I am a "banana cream pie" -- is trying to kill off its audience.
Not directly, of course. I'm not suggesting Tucker Carlson has murder on his mind.
But the network's coverage of the coronavirus pandemic does appear perplexingly aimed at reducing the number of people alive ...Read more
Americans are daydreaming a return to normal, eyeing the calendar -- May? Maybe June? -- as if a switch will get flicked and the coronavirus pandemic and its life-altering impact will fade to memory.
That's not happening.
I don't say that to frighten -- and I've never wished so hard to be proved wrong -- but we're a culture easily sold false ...Read more
Knowing that everyone is going a bit stir crazy sheltering in place to slow the spread of coronavirus, I have assembled a carefully researched list of extremely smart things you and your family can do to stay healthy, sane and only lightly cannibalistic.
Feel free to wire me large amounts of money to show your gratitude for this public service....Read more
One of the best things people across the country can do to combat the coronavirus pandemic is "social distancing."
It sounds like a new-age ritual you pay Gwyneth Paltrow $1,000 to learn about, but it's actually an effective public health technique aimed at slowing the spread of a contagious disease like COVID-19. 0%
Social distancing ...Read more
President Donald Trump will soon find lies don't kill a virus.
He can deflect and reassure Americans the novel coronavirus outbreak is "totally under control" until his tweeting fingers are raw, but the virus won't care. It will spread.
Viruses are stubborn like that, best contained by honesty and competence, not bluster.
There are now more ...Read more