So much of this is not normal, but if this is the reality we must amplify those fighting to defend the institutions that make America a thing. The Office of the President is not a get-out-of-jail free card for lawless behavior," the professors wrote in their letter, obtained by POLITICO. "Indeed, our country’s Founders made… Continue reading Law professors torch Trump legal memo
No words.... “For everyone, it was a distraction or a reprieve,” said one White House official, speaking anonymously to reflect internal conversations. “A lot of people here felt like it was a reprieve from seven or eight days of just getting pummeled.”
This article does a good job of explaining what Michael Cohen does for Donald Trump. What the article does not do is explain how dangerous this is. This is right out of the organized crime playbook, but instead he is the president. That is having a lawyer who is not doing any legal work, but… Continue reading Tools of Trump’s Fixer: Payouts, Intimidation and the Tabloids – The New York Times
“Trump has not abandoned Republican economic policy. He has carried it out faithfully. The party’s attempts to pin its collapse on his personal shortcomings of willpower are a completely predictable part of how that policy takes shape.”
My favorite part of Axios outside of trying to make the world dumber is stuff like this. Have to give Ivanka (my guess) for this spin. It will be great when Trump calls this a lie later.
The media told us General John Kelly was going to be the new grown up in the White House. He was the new moderating voice. Well this is who is the Chief of Staff is, and I wonder how some like Maggie Haberman would have covered the closing scene of "A Few Good Men" if… Continue reading Live Look at the Oval Office
So much news, so many sources, so much to read, so where does one start? If you are a news junkie as I am this is the ultimate question of our times!
iOS 11: The MacStories Review – MacStories With iOS 11, Apple’s iPad vision feels resolute again. Multitasking is blending with multitouch, giving drag and drop a new purpose; the Mac’s best features – from file management to the dock – have been rethought, simplified, and extended specifically for iOS. The iPad’s mission is to reimagine… Continue reading What I’m Reading Today
Why Hurricane Irma wasn’t far worse, and how close it came to catastrophe - The Washington Post Leading up to its back-to-back landfalls in the Florida Keys and on Marco Island, several twists of fortune eased the pain the storm inflicted on the state. And only slight deviations would have made the storm’s outcome much… Continue reading What I’m Reading Today
Mic’s drop | The Outline Mic started riding the Facebook wave early in 2012. Individual stories kept going viral, pulling in 2 million, 3 million, 5 million unique visitors per piece. Former staffers described the viral power of Mic’s stories as a fluke, something they’d never witnessed before and have never seen again. Every month… Continue reading What I’m Reading Today