So quick we are to judge. Who needs facts or details? One blip ,one bump and your career in over. When my children were growing up, I would tell them its not what your say, its what you do. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam was young when he took a picture in Blackface standing next to … More Picture Vs Policy: Virginia Governor Ralph Northam Does the picture represent the man?
By: Lucian K. Truscott IV\Salon.com We’ve been dealing with Trump’s lies all wrong. We’ve been totaling them up — 6,420 over 649 days, according to the Washington Post! We’ve been parsing and categorizing them — Trump’s statements are regularly found “false,” or “misleading,” or it “needs context,” or it “lacks evidence,” or it’s “exaggerated,” or … More Donald Trump is TERRIFIED!
Every now and then I get a little crazy That’s not the way it’s supposed to be Sometimes my vision is a little hazy. I can’t tell who I should trust or just who I let trust me. People try to say I act a little funny. But that’s just a figure of speech to … More Fake News? Fox News Blast Donald Trump! There is always Russian Televison
“For too long, the culture in Washington has accepted entirely unacceptable behavior,” . “That needs to change — period.” (Novemeber 2017) Elizabeth Esty “You better fucking reply to me or I will fucking kill you,” Tony Baker (Esty Chief of Staff) said in the May 5, 2016, recording left for Anna Kain, a former … More Portrait of a Hypocrite: An Outspoken Supporter of the #MeToo Movement failed to Protect her female aid from her male Chief of Staff
Photo: Glenn Schuck Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani was outraged! He accused her of using the platform to attack Police officers. Others said her SuperBowl performance that paid tribute to the Black Panthers was race-bating. An unnamed group using Eventbrite a website where anyone with a working email address can create a meetup encouraged people … More Anti-Beyonce Protest That Never Was
By:Lena H. Sun and Sari Horwitz/Washington Post Two days after Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died suddenly in remote West Texas, a former D.C. homicide commander is raising questions about how the death was handled by local and federal authorities. “As a former homicide commander, I am stunned that no autopsy was ordered for … More Conspiracy theories swirl around the death of Antonin Scalia
By: Andrew Gelman/Monkey Cage Washington Post George W. Bush famously described himself as “a uniter, not a divider.” A few years into his presidency there was a survey that reported that 49 percent of Americans thought he was a “uniter” and 49 percent thought him a “divider” — a poignant reminder that Americans are so polarized, they’re even polarized about polarization. And … More Why do people on the other side seem so unreasonable?