He acts as if he has discovered the Holy Grail and that the couple must immediately start taking advantage of this wonderful benefit and buy a lot of stuff from Wayfair! Here’s some news, sir. Nothing in this world is free, and that the cost of shipping items shipped “for free” is always somewhere built into their price. That's how the shippers get paid; they don't work for free!
Last week's posting included a column by George Will, dean of conservative Republican columnists (though I doubt that he continues to vote Republican any longer.)
Will Rides Again and Beyond
This past Tuesday evening he was on Larry O'Donnell's "Last Word" program on MSNBC where he specifically referred to the President as a "low life from Queens." (Having lived there for a few years, I don't think that NYC borough should be taking the rap for the President.) Commenting on the tape released by Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, dealing with Trump's attempt to pay off a model with whom he might have had an affair, Will said that he was hearing redundant evidence that
Which raises some interesting questions: Do Republican voters read newspapers? Do they ever look at cable news channels, other than Fox News?
Do they automatically give credibility to material they find on the internet (particularly if it is bordered in red, white and blue)? Are they really aware of Trump's sexual pecadillos, his blunders in the area of tariffs, his cow-towing to Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un and the revelations being made by his former lawyer/fixer Michael Cohen? And of course, the indictments the Mueller investigation has produced? Or is this the stuff to which only Democrats, academics and elitists pay any attention? Do they simply accept it as "fake news" as the faker in the White House claims it is?
The Fourth Amendment and Your Mobile Phone
Security Clearance Removal a Phony Issue
Words from Someone Who Disagrees
A Letter Gets Published
|One does not have to be an ostrich to bury their head in the sand.|