June, 2018 archive
Jay Bookman comments. Here’s a bit; follow the link for the complete article.
(Syntax error fixed. Darn computers. Expect you to splet stuf rite.)
Shaun Mullen reviews Michael Polln’s book, How To Change Your Mind, about what a long strange trip it was.
Rear your children politely.
Just another day in NRA Paradise.
Amy Fried explains how that city no longer shines nor sits on a hill, but has plunged into the valley of darkness.
Seth talks to Chris Hayes about conditions at the border and how they differ from what Donald Trump says they are. He also offers his thoughts about what motivates the anti-immigration crowd.
Katherine Anne Porter:
Responsible gun owners go shopping too, you know.
Kids found the gun and one of them pulled the trigger, firing a single shot. No injuries were reported.
Guns and stupid, a marriage made in–well, somewhere.
Elie Wystal comments on Donald Trump’s desire to abandon “due process” at the border (and, likely, everywhere else).
Just read it.
Thom and Frank Schaeffer discuss Jeff Sessions’s laughable attempt to invoke Godwin’s Law to end criticism of Donald Trump’s venality and brutality.
Robert van Gulik:
He reflected–a little sadly–that there was no substitute for youth.
van Gulik, Robert, Necklace and Calabash (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992), p. 59
Joe Patrice reacts to the conservatives who clutch their pearls and fall upon their fainting coaches because a restaurateur politely ask Sara Huckabee Sanders to find somewhere else to eat. A nugget: