- patrickB at Bjork Retort considers this week’s tax cut for the wealthy, financed by tax hikes on everyone else, and finds a silver lining.
- Yellow Dog at Blue in the Bluegrass explains a Kentucky remedy for the reverse Robin Hood tax hike and how it applies to the country.
- Infidel753 takes a look at minor parties around the world and concludes that they tend to distort democratic republican governments.
- Our favorite Earth-Bound Misfit likes the irony of General Lock-Her-Up pleading guilty and turning against his boss, but warns what the Trump defense will be.
- Tommy Christopher watches as a Fox host proposes Donald Trump react to Flynn’s confessions by arresting Barack Obama for criticizing the President.
- Ted McLaughlin at jobsanger notes my President’s corruption, lawlessness, and lies, but suggests he presents a greater danger.
- Andy Borowitz reports on President Trump’s Access Hollywood denial. It seems the voice on the tape boasting about grabbing female private lady parts is Hillary pretending to be Trump.
- Max’s Dad considers the uproar over the White House ceremony honoring Navajo code talkers for doing so much to win World War II. Trump interrupted the proceedings with his Pocahontas slur. How many ways did the disruption have to be wrong?
- At The Onion, the White House begins a new Christmas tradition with a ceremonial lighting of the cross.
- In The Life and Times of Bruce Gerencser, Bruce explains why Alabama’s Roy Moore should never have picked a fight with Jimmy Kimmel.
- Jack Jodell at The Saturday Afternoon Post considers what men have been doing to, and thinking about, women and is compelled to apologize for all of us.
- This week’s critique of Trumpian ‘Alternative Facts’ comes from soon-to-retire Republican Senator Jeff Flake, who will begin a serie of speeches on fake news. He will ask Americans to accept what is empirically settled. I wonder which Americans he has in mind.
Oh, by the way,
Hello. The current administration is trying really hard to make sure you don't know you have access to good, affordable health insurance. pic.twitter.com/VU10FkD2Xy
— John Scalzi (@scalzi) November 1, 2017