Trump Attacks Parkland Police, Says He Would Have Stormed Into the School Himself “Even if I Didn’t Have a Weapon”

289majii
2/26/18 6:30:46 pm
re: #272 whitebeach "Tell me if I'm wrong." No, you're not wrong. The racism and bigotry here is what I call the "soft" kind, meaning that real acceptance of others who differ from the majority is covered in public situations ...

Brian Stelter: President Trump Living in a Fantasyland Devoid of Criticism, Filled With Gushing Praise

375Anymouse 🌹
2/25/18 11:34:10 pm
=re: #296 Backwoods_Sleuth This seems to go back to the age-old (well, as long as there has been USENet and IRC) debate about whether you should engage trolls, or block and move on. With the exception of suspiciously bot-like accounts, ...

Trump to McCain: “At Some Point I Fight Back and It Won’t Be Pretty”

127Mike Lamb
10/17/17 4:02:05 pm
re: #119 Quoth the raven, Covfefe. Nah...I think he's implying that Mueller has all the information that he needs and that he's paring down his witness list to just the big fish.

Video: Seth Meyers Scores Again on Trump’s Disastrous Puerto Rico Visit and the Gun Debate

“How are you so bad at this?”
547CleverToad
10/05/17 8:06:12 pm
re: #321 Le Coquí Résistance Stay in touch, as the hotspots allow! What you're reporting about the hospitals is heartbreaking and infuriating. Hope they're able to get what is needed, and soon. I'll keep nagging my congressmen every day, to ...

Trump Can’t Help It: He’s Back to Claiming “Both Sides” Were Responsible for Violence in Charlottesville

The president of the US is not a well man
231Rich7041
9/16/17 11:54:13 am
Both sides were responsible. If antifa hadn't shown up, there would have been little to no national coverage. When they decided to hold their "peaceful" counter-protest the rioting started & it became big news. (None of this explains or excuses ...

As Reports Emerge That Trump Is Hating Life Under Kelly, He Tweets Praise for Kelly

The Trump-thing’s dreaded kiss of death
368sagehen
9/01/17 8:05:56 pm
re: #322 Targetpractice And yet, when it's a Democrat in the White House, no "scandal" is too piddling for excruciatingly detailed examination.