One of our favorite emails to arrive every week comes from Teresa Hanafin of the Boston Globe. Among the rewards of her “Fast Forward” column is the updates she does on Trump, which saves us a lot of tracking.
It’s painful enough having to endure Trump’s nastiness, the barrage of insults he tweets daily to any and everybody.
Accusing someone of harassment and that they are stone crazy, as Trump said of Rep. Jerrold Nadler, are charges he should know firsthand as intimidation and name-calling are tools often at his disposal.
After winning his first Oscar the eminent director, Spike Lee, used that platform to voice some feelings that he has apparently long wanted to express.
Richard Painter, former chief ethics attorney for President George W. Bush, said something many of us have believed for years, which is that Trump is “not well at all mentally.”
Once again Trump has demonstrated his profound ignorance of history or his lack of sensitivity while insulting Sen. Elizabeth Warren. In a tweet last Saturday, he taunted Warren again, as he has done on numerous occasions, by referring to her ...
For every Trump tweet, for every fabrication and stupid conclusion he reaches, there’s a commentator or critic who can hang him on his own petard.
Trump, his weapon of mass distraction once more active, has dipped into another foreign affair much as in the past when domestic problems pin him down.
Native American elder Nathan Phillips, a Vietnam War veteran, may not be a household name, but his presence has been felt across social media where a video captures him hand drumming amid a throng of taunting white youths adorned with ...
Our baffled, bewildered and befuddled so-called president is not only unfit for office, but also he has no idea where he is and where he’s going.
Trump, the mathematician of madness and mayhem, dropped a welter of numbers during his brief, thankfully, address to the nation Tuesday evening.
There was never any doubt in our minds that we would have enough ammo to excoriate Trump each week.
There’s another way to think of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” if they are delivered by Trump, and it has no relation whatsoever with what your true love might have sent to you.
Let’s face it, there’s nothing off limits when it comes to Trump’s aim to diminish or destroy anything related to former President Barack Obama.
Call him Agent Orange, POTUS, Individual 1 or the Tariff Man, as he called himself, Trump by any other name is equally iniquitous.