Do they have no endgame other than being boxed into corners more and more and, proverbially speaking, lighting themselves on fire?
The reaction was spontaneous and unscripted, unlike with the carefully-choreographed stadium rallies that are constantly being organized for Trump to assuage his monumental ego.
It must be in the forefront of awareness amid all the breaking developments around Trump this week the importance of the link between what he’s done in Ukraine and Syria. In both places, he’s dramatically withdrawn U.S. support to the advantage of Russia.
Some Democratic politicians are beginning to figure this out. The media are the slowest to get it.
In the euphoria and hype over fracking, several facts about shale oil were largely overlooked.
For all the abuses and crimes of the Trump administration, and his GOP watercarriers, it must be clear as to his motives that our president, Donald Trump, is a full-blown Russian agent, an agent of a foreign power hostile to this nation and all it stands for.
My new book is out this week. It is called, “Gay Men in the Feminist Revolution: Articles, Pamphlets & Reflections on My Gay Activist Days in San Francisco, 1969-1972.” It is published by BCI Books and is available in print and Kindle editions on Amazon.
Yes, at last officially accused of high crimes and misdemeanors is the evil Donald Trump, who could deserve honors as one of the most thorough-going sociopathic crooks in America, much less in the White House, except that no one should feed his ego with such a characterization.
It can be instructive for the sake of illustration to compare what U.S., and the West generally, is going through politically now with earlier periods.
But in this case, the injury serves as an opportunity to highlight a better side of pro sports as demonstrated by an individual athlete and his impact on his team, his sport and society.