Rashida Tlaib will learn quickly enough, when you mud-wrestle with the president in public, you do not look wholesome when …
If you would like a paper version, let me know. I need some motivation to publish a bound volume.
If you want these things, or most of them, you have three options at this point.
They would have something to say about hopeless wars, hollowed out communities, families who have attended too many funerals. They would say something about how to recover.
If the country wants to rid itself of this man, voters must find a candidate for office who can prevail in this contest.
People everywhere respect what is most remote and least liable to have its reputation put to the test. At the least reverse, many would look down on us, and would join our enemies against us.
Nancy Pelosi wants to keep her job, of course, but she also focuses on what the party must do to defeat President Trump. You do not seem to think a unified party leads to that outcome.
“If people in authority have shown they do not know how to govern others, why should we let them?”
The next issue of Reed should contain a letter that acknowledges the damage RAR did to Reed’s reputation. It would not make anyone feel better at this point, and I know it won’t appear anyway, but it might make reconciliation more likely down the line.
Ten years ago, funds allocated from the U. S. Treasury for the Troubled Assets Relief Program flowed to banks to keep them afloat.
Clinton told all of us, “You know what to expect with me. You will get more of the same. You can’t say that about my opponent, can you?” Voters opted for unpredictability over stability. “Let’s see what happens.”
What can we make of the latest constitutional crisis? Most prominently, it is a grudge match. Democrats on one side …