They can’t live with him, and they can’t live without him. That about sums up the Republican Party’s Donald Trump problem.
“The challenge facing our schools is unprecedented,” said candidate Joe Biden last July. “President Trump has made it much worse. We had a window to get this right. And Trump blew it.”
Why did two Whitmer administration appointees resign just months after taking critical assignments to oversee plans to contain COVID-19, and expedite unemployment relief to hundreds of thousands idled by the pandemic?
He walked out on the stage and the crowd was cheering, the music was blasting “I’m proud to be an American,” and former President Donald Trump did look proud, very proud. This was despite a lost election he says he won, a Capitol riot he says he did not start and a furious but failed impeach…
Scapegoating is the pandering tyrant’s favorite tool for the incitement of hate. Nero persecuted Christians and Hitler targeted Jews and socialists to achieve political leverage. Others of this ilk have exploited biases against non-whites, expert-authority and outspoken democratic women.
During the 2020 campaign, candidate Joe Biden promised to undo President Donald Trump’s border security policies. He pledged to halt all deportations for 100 days and allow asylum seekers who enter the United States illegally to stay in this country while their cases are considered, rather t…
A group of state Republican lawmakers are asking Attorney General Dana Nessel, as well as the federal Justice Department, to investigate Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s COVID-19 policies impacting nursing homes. Specifically, they want to know how the administration reported related data.
After reading the Feb 18 letter (“The 24-day presidency”), I found that I can’t agree with his letter even though I like to read articles that have a different opinion than mine.
Last week, I whined that this pandemic purgatory makes for a strange sameness to daily life.
A few days ago, I was reading part of a book that addresses how to create a new habit or a new discipline. Which, I’ll grant you, may sound like the same thing. But in my view, a habit may be a small change, like flossing your teeth at bedtime. A whole new discipline may be bigger and thus m…