Welcome, Michael. I see you like music-that's good. You like a lot of mainstream stuff. That's O.K., I guess. Yes, the Killers are pretty mainstream. I didn't say they weren't good. They're good! You should keep listening to them if it makes you happy. In fact, Mark Stoermer has a side project, but it's- Mark Stoermer?
Depending on your point of view, Ivanka is either earnestly humanizing or just another Trump with a talent for branding. But none of that matters because here's the thing: Ivanka Trump is not running for president. Her father is.
Like every other non-doctor on the internet, I have opinions on Hillary Clinton's health. And as a non-doctor on the internet, I am going to go further and actually prescribe something! Not for her, for the rest of us: We should all take a chill pill.
I'm so torn by this. I miss the public intellectual, especially the one aimed at the middlebrow (me!) audience of interested non-specialists. That includes everyone from Woody Allen to Chomsky to Bertrand Russell in popularizing mode. Maybe that's not so wide an arc as I'd like to think?
The media has been puzzling for months over Donald Trump's so-called medical record in which his doctor declared, "If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency." According to Josh Marshall's theory of Trump's Razor, we should conclude "the stupidest possible scenario that can be reconciled with the available facts."
I was standing there doing nothing - not running, not resisting, in fact smiling... the officer picked me up and body slammed me and put me on the ground and told me to turn over and shut my mouth, and put the cuffs on me."
You know how sometimes grandpa seems so cute and well-meaning but then somebody gives him a bourbon and asks him about how the neighborhood has changed over the years and he starts in on the really uncomfortable talk about how everything was fine before the Koreans moved in?
That's where Bernie is now.
He's now arguing that the primary process is biased against him and so the super delegates who he had once claimed were all unfairly in the tank for Hillary Clinton should give him the nomination at the convention.
Hillary Clinton is taking on the United States Federal Reserve System, but in a wonky, bottom's-up way that shows her understanding of a complex and widely misunderstood organization. This is not " End the Fed" or even "audit the Fed" - she wants to rebuild it from its fundamentals at the regional level.
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