Category Archives: Strictly for bitter laughter

Today’s big laugh (and history lesson)

From Twitter (sorry about the formatting, but the essence in in there): Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump This is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history! Seth Moulton‏Verified account @sethmoulton 37m37 minutes ago   As the Representative of … Continue reading

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Psalm of the Three Davids

Did you notice that three-quarters of the New York Times’s opinion page–devoted, quite appropriately, to the Trump-Russian connection and Trump’s role as our very own big-mouth mole–was written by three Davids? Yes. First, David Leonhardt: How Democrats Can Get Their … Continue reading

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How many more rotten decisions will SCOTUS produce?

In light of the continuing series I’ve borrowed from Casey Sullivan and FindLaw.com (and added to and commented upon) — the 13 worst Supreme Court decisions — I saw these two items in SCOTUSblog. They’ll give you an idea about … Continue reading

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