“Free Thinkers” Kanye West and Ross Douthat could learn a thing or three from Cardi B
Democracy in Crisis
America loves to give racists second chances, so don’t count the alt-right out
Palestinian ambassador talks peace as Israel attacks Great Return March protesters
Chelsea Manning reflects on her attempt to reach out to the alt-lite
While the press drools over Trump gossip, serious battles go unnoticed
Before Chicago rapper Vic Mensa performed at the March for Our Lives, he mentioned Sacramento’s Stephon Clark, shot 20 times by police in his own backyard on March 18, holding a cell phone that cops claim they thought was a gun.
“Most newly mobilized teachers aren’t ruling out a strike but feel it needs to be the last option on the menu."
When he is outside of the courthouse, it is neither illegal nor illegtimate to take his photograph. Kerkhoff complains again that “as the prosecutors and lead detective left the courthouse, their photograph was taken and published in media outlets.”
Like “The Wall,” it’s stupid and simple and perfect for Trump, who has been praising Rodrigo Duterte, whose drug war has killed more than 12,000 people, according to Human Rights Watch. And, of course, Trump’s Attorney General Jeff Sessions probably hates weed more than anything—except Trump, who has been calling Sessions “Mr. Magoo.”
That Bloodsport is Donald Trump’s favorite movie is, like so many things about Trump, thinly sourced, apocryphal yet pathetic, and regularly reported as fact.