Entries from Trump presidency

  • January 2022
  • Image:  Wikipedia

    Year One

    This week numerous news outlets have assessed the first year of Joe Biden's presidency. The reviews have been mixed. I feel pretty mixed about the first year of the Biden administration, too.

    In Donald Trump's first year, he banned Muslims, fired James Comey, called white nationalists "very fine people," feted Ted Nugent at the White House and played golf nearly 100 times.

    Joe Biden is God.

  • December 2021
  • May 2021
  • Image by GraphicMama-team from Pixabay

    This Week's Quote

    Remember when those pesky tourists wanted to hang Mike Pence?

    Dana Goldberg

    Source: Twitter

  • March 2021
  • Photo: Facebook

    This Week's Quote

    For very nearly four years, Mike Pence managed to become the all-time exemplar of obsequiousness in a job inherently characterized by that quality. As the toadiest toady in vice-presidential history, the white-domed Hoosier was like the loudest barker in the kennel, the quietest bookworm in the library, or the silliest clown in the circus. He didn’t just slavishly submit to the Big Boss’s every erratic whim; Pence sang cringingly frequent hymns of praise to Trump’s “broad shoulders” and other manly leadership virtues.

    Ed Kilgore

    Source: New York Magazine

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