March, 2017 archive
Remember, the “compromise’ has a footnote. It puts “a moratorium on local ordinances regulating public accommodations or private employment practices until Dec. 1, 2020.” In other words, it strips localities from enacting their own anti-discrimination laws, because–oh, hell, I’ll be blunt–discrimination is a Republican Family Value.
Let a little politeness into your relationship.
That bullet passed through a wall and struck the woman who was in the bathroom. She died a short time after officers arrived.
What joy, to be greet by the dreaded “Error Creating a Database Connection” error message before my first cup of coffee.
A quick visit to phpMyAdmin fixed it.
TPM notes that IOKIYAR:
They seem to have forgotten about that time they refused to give President Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court an up-or-down vote–or even a hearing–last year. Now they are claiming that Democrats are the norm-breakers for threatening to filibuster President Trump’s own Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch.
More at the link.
In The Roanoke Times, a Radford University history professors takes a wingnut to the cleaners.
An excerpt from the first paragraph:
It gets better.
All the spinning to weave nepotism into not-nepotism will leave you dizzy.
Via Raw Story.
Inculcate politeness from a young age.
I remember my first business trip to L. A. It was in the late spring around 1980.
The weather was hot, the sky was orange, and the air burned my eyes.