Every year poses its own unique challenges; 2020 posed more than its fair share. It was a year of hardship and heartache, unimaginable loss of life, unrelenting hate that permeated American government and society.
Trump, the commander-in-mischief, took his carnival act to Dalton, Georgia the other night with the planned purpose of aiding the Republican hopefuls in the runoff for the Senate. But, as it so often happens, the appearance was more about Trump ...
It is a rare occasion when we agree with the New York Post, but Monday’s editorial, a front page zinger that demanded Trump “Stop the insanity,” was spot on with us, and hopefully with a number of his supporters
Trump often derided now President-elect Biden as “Sleepy Joe.” Well, how about “Silent Don” for Trump, who only after Attorney General Barr rejected his plea to change the election results did he temporarily set aside his sulking to respond.
No. 45 has 34 days left to occupy the Oval Office and then he––like so many Americans facing economic shortfalls––will be evicted.
As the days dwindle down to a precious few, to recall a line from the great American songbook, many Americans wish a faster pace for the clock and the calendar.
To bring about the results to please him, results that would vindicate him and flip the election he lost, Trump has resorted to everything imaginable and the inconceivable.
At last my friends, we are near the end, perhaps the final curtain; though unlike the song we can’t be for certain.
By the time you read this Trump will have 61 days left in office, whether he concedes or not. And to Trump’s warped worldview, apparently neither concession nor confession is good for the soul.
Alas, we got what we asked for: Trump has been defeated but he remains in office, at least for 70 or so days.
Uh-Uh. Just when we thought we were composing our final MAGA, it was “not so fast.”
When it comes to the truth, Trump practices social distancing, getting as far from it as possible.
No doubt you have heard that this presidential election is the most consequential since the Civil War era, and that, dear readers, is not fake news.
No one is immune from Trump’s virus of pugnacity, not even Attorney General William Barr or Republican senators Susan Collins of Maine, Ben Sasse of Nebraska or John Cornyn of Texas, and certainly not Dr. Anthony Fauci.
October surprises, or should we say, October obnoxiousness is sure to multiply the closer the presidential race gets to the finish line, particularly from the Trump camp as his deficit behind Joe Biden mounts.