Mueller Time, Division Politics, Targeting Muslims, Kurdish Freedom
This week’s note in Trumpian ‘Alternative Facts’ comes from Charlie Sykes as he explains to fellow conservatives how to maintain integrity and resist Trump fantasies while remaining true to conservatism. He seems to advocate a reversion of definition. Does conservatism really mean what it used to?
The internet is a big, big non-place, so if Max’s Dad is not the best ranter on the net, it’s probably that I haven’t seen the best. This time he goes after a couple of Cleveland football fans (wrong team, wrong politics, wrong hats), a hard-to-understand court decision, a hyper-patriotic song, and a club owner, winding up with the dumbest chief executive ever.
nojo at Stinque suggests that the most fun thing about the indictments just filed by Mueller in the Russia probe of our President is that we don’t know the names of the indicted.
Donald Trump hosts Republican lawmakers, who stand and give him the clap. driftglass is not surprised when they privately express their concern with their addled President. Conservative columnist David Brooks blames society at large rather than the GOP for this President. Nope, says driftglass, it’s the Republican party.
@bjork55 at Bjork Report has a brief Halloween political horror story. Okay, it’s more like a humorous political poster summarizing Republican policies. It made me laugh, then sadly shake my head.
PZ Myers brings news of heavy smoke coming from a worn down warehouse filled with chemical waste. The smoke gently wafts over West Virginia bringing God knows what fresh hell to the lungs of residents.