Commentary Trump’s “1776 Commission” issued its report today. There’s only one word to describe it: “YIKES!” The phrase “You can’t make this up” has been used, perhaps even over-used, during the era of Trump. Today, with my “Countdown to Trump’s Last Day” clock reading 0 days, 23 hours, one minute and 37 seconds, I’ve runContinue reading “They can’t make this up? Yes, they can!”
Just one more thing…
The events of the last 10 days beg the question: Is America great?
A video from The New Yorker would suggest the answer is NO!
“Trumpty Dumpty sat on his wall
Trumpty Dumpty had a great fall
All of his toadies and all of his suck-ups
Couldn’t put Trumpty together again“
In whatever manner Donald Trump leaves the presidency – resignation, the 25th Amendment, impeachment and removal, or, if all else fails, when his term expires on January 20th – Donald Trump should be indicted and prosecuted for his crimes. This is a position I’ve advocated in my last few columns.
As I write this, Donald J. Trump will occupy the White House for 11 more days. Perhaps in those 11 days one of these three things will occur that will make Elliot’s actual words, “Not with a bang, but a whimper,” ring true.
The New York Times reported today that “President Trump has suggested to aides he wants to pardon himself in the final days of his presidency.”
December 7th will forever be remembered as “a date that will live in infamy.”
September 11th will forever be remembered as the “9/11 attack.”
January 6 will forever be remembered as “a date that will live in ignominy.”
If I was a real columnist, this would be called a “book leave.” But since I’m not a real columnist I’ll just call it a hiatus; a hiatus to clear my head and actually make some progress on the several stories that are at various stages of development. And then figure out what I’m going to do with them.
Commentary Mel Brooks claims no relation. “Alabama? What, are you a mashugana?” Mo Brooks is a Republican Congressman from Alabama. While he is not as funny as his namesake, Mel Brooks (or, for that matter, Albert Brooks), he is definitely laughable. (Just to get this out of the way upfront – for you 50’s sitcomContinue reading “Alabama Congressman Mo Brooks says he will challenge Electoral College results”