Bob Englehart via Cagle Cartoons The dilemma surrounding Biden’s mental acuity and Trump’s mental stability has been haunting American voters more and more as the November presidential election nears. Thousands of articles, programs, editorials, cartoons, even books have been dedicated to this issue. In the wake of the final report by the special counsel, Republican … [Read more...] about The Real Fear Surrounding Trump’s Mental Stability in a Second Term
Sustainable last-mile delivery is becoming critical to today’s e-commerce landscape, reflecting the growing emphasis on efficiency and environmental responsibility. As online shopping continues to surge, the demand for faster and more reliable deliveries has never been higher. In response, green initiatives are gaining momentum, with businesses exploring eco-friendly options … [Read more...] about Charting a Greener Course in Last Mile Logistics
With theists like these, who needs atheists? That is my response to the theists who are criticizing a particular Super Bowl advertisement. If you were watching the Super Bowl on 11 February 2024, then you may have watched the 'He Gets Us' ad which depicts believers in Jesus washing the feet of people condemned by certain theists. Over on Twitter, one Super Bowl … [Read more...] about With theists like these, who needs atheists?
He still misrepresents how NATO is funded, too. I read about Donald Trump's clear alignment with Russia over NATO Saturday evening on the Huffington Post. Given the political chattering class facination with the Hur report* (centered on two, count them, two file folders), the last thing I expected Sunday morning was this: The pile-on is heartening. ABC News … [Read more...] about Trump aligns himself with Putin, not NATO, at South Carolina rally. It’s not the first time.
Yes, President Biden confused the leaders of Egypt and Mexico for each other on Thursday night while trying to convince the nation he doesn’t suffer from memory loss. And sure, in recent weeks, he’s confused living leaders for dead ones. But confusing names isn’t a sign of memory loss. Just yesterday, I saw a meme on Facebook featuring Ray Romano who I confused for John Ritter. … [Read more...] about Fuzzy Versus Dotard (Cartoon and Column)
Political furor is now swirling over Special Counsel Robert Hur's 388-page report which resulted in no charges against President Joe Biden for keeping classified documents but contained Hur's characterization of Biden as an "elderly man with a poor memory" who couldn't remember the year of his late son's death. Biden has angrily denied that. Republicans are basically saying … [Read more...] about Furor swirls around Special Counsel’s remarks about Biden being an “elderly man with a poor memory”
Inderjeet Parmar, City, University of London Former prime time Fox News host Tucker Carlson – long known as a public cheerleader for Donald Trump – has conducted a wide-ranging two-hour interview with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. Carlson, who has consistently argued Russia’s case for its invasion of Ukraine, posted his interview on both his own site and on Elon … [Read more...] about Tucker Carlson’s Putin interview gave Russian leader a platform to boost his own cause – and that of Donald Trump
What a hoot it was – hoot is the mildest word I can conjure – to hear House Speaker Mike Johnson insist on “Meet the Press” that he is master of his domain. When asked whether America’s most detestable criminal defendant is pulling his strings, Johnson said: “He’s not calling the shots. I am calling the shots.” Permit me to fact check. Johnson’s head is so far up Trump’s … [Read more...] about FOR REPUBLICANS, CHAOS IS THE POINT
Tucker Carlson, who has “long been sympathetic to Putin and harshly critical of U.S. funding for Ukraine,” aired his interview with Vladimir Putin on Thursday. Claiming that “Carlson provided Putin a platform to spread his propaganda to a global audience with little to no scrutiny of his claims,” CNN writes: Over the course of the more than two-hour sit-down, the … [Read more...] about The Lies Putin Told Tucker Carlson
These are some of the latest headlines describing how our ally, Ukraine, continues to be mercilessly pounded by Russia as its air defense is “at the edge of its capacity,” while the GOP orchestra, led by maestro, wannabe emperor Trump, is hideously fiddling. • Russian forces conducted the second largest combined drone and missile strike of 2024 on the morning of February … [Read more...] about The GOP Fiddles while Rome Burns
by Thomas Hoffman Many situations that at first glance appear to be political controversies are in fact social controversies. A perfect example of this is the rise of anti-Semitism on college campuses. There appears to be a rise in anti-semitism in younger people. Reuters reports that “Over 70% of US Jewish college students exposed to antisemitism this school year…” The Hill … [Read more...] about Beyond Politics: The Source Of Most Controversies
By Laurie Baron Political operatives are advising Nikki Haley to start criticizing Donald Trump more, but if she really wants to win over Republican voters, here are the things she must do: Shoot someone on Fifth Avenue in New York and claim immunity from prosecution because she’s running for president. Be caught on videotape confiding to someone that she grabs men’s … [Read more...] about How Nikki Haley Can Win Over Republican Voters
The U.S. Supreme Court. Larry Crain/ iStock / Getty Images Plus Jessica A. Schoenherr, University of South Carolina and Jonathan M. King, West Virginia University Can Colorado disqualify former President Trump from the state’s primary ballot? That’s the momentous question the U.S. Supreme Court will consider in Trump v. Anderson, a case being argued … [Read more...] about Supreme Court heads into uncharted, dangerous territory as it considers Trump insurrection case
Donald Trump speaks after the appeals court hearing on his claim of immunity from prosecution on Jan. 9, 2024, in Washington. Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images Claire Wofford, College of Charleston In a 57-page opinion issued on Feb. 6, 2024, a federal appeals court ruled against former President Donald Trump, deciding that … [Read more...] about Trump was not king and can be prosecuted for crimes committed while president: Appeals court places limits on immunity
The DC Court of Appeals ruled unanimously today that Donald Trump does NOT have immunity from prosecution in the case of his trying to steal the 2020 election and stay in power. The three-judge panel, referring to the defendant as “Citizen Trump,” which he will not love, wrote, For the purpose of this criminal case, former President Trump has become citizen Trump, with all … [Read more...] about Fifth Avenue (Cartoon and Column)