Muhammad Ali gave up the best years of his boxing career for something he believed in. He refused induction into the army during the Vietnam war. By the early 70’s most of the country was on his side and he became the greatest ever. That made me think of Bob Feller and Ted Williams. They gave up the
Hillary attacked The Donald in a major foreign policy speech. She said he’s temperamentally unfit to be president: “Donald Trump’s ideas aren’t just different, they’re dangerously incoherent. They’re not even really ideas, just a series of bizarre rants, personal feuds and outright lies,” she said. “He is not just unprepared. He is temperamentally unfit to hold
Donald Trump calls news shows to be interviewed. He never turns down a microphone. The media can’t resist him and now he’s the Republican presumptive nominee. Media Trump Loves to Hate But it’s media Trump loves to hate. He calls them dishonest and disgusting. (He’s right if he’s talking about Katie Couric’s gun documentary.) Yesterday he called ABC reporter
The idea for this one crept into my head while I was reading the NYT story by David Samuels about “Obama’s foreign policy guru” Ben Rhodes. Rhodes bragged about planting a false narrative about the Iran nuclear deal to make the agreement seem more palatable to the American public. He claimed that the election of Iranian moderates is what sparked the deal. In reality President Obama sparked
[Editor’s note: We have added a Cartoon of the Week feature on the Right Sidebar. Hope you enjoy! Special thanks to Chip Bok for making me smile.]
The elephants at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey have accepted a buyout from management. The terms were undisclosed. Despite having marketable skills in a service economy, most of the pachyderms (the Labor Department deems the term elephant insensitive) say they intend to go on long term disability. Their final performance was Sunday May 1.