From bad to worse: Who fed the Associated Press the National Guard memorandum? Was that a trial balloon, a way to dampen the reaction to the real and confirmed expansion of Trump’s anti-immigrant initiative?
In a pair of memos, Kelly offered more detail on plans for the agency to hire thousands of additional enforcement agents, expand the pool of immigrants who are prioritized for removal, speed up deportation hearings and enlist local law enforcement to help make arrests.
President Trump is costing America more than just its sanity and standing in the world…
The Deep State war rages on. Emphasis on rages.
In Russia, Stalin’s popularity is at a 16-year-high.
Donaeld The Unready is a medievalist’s delight.
Should we shut up and listen to the anarchists?
It may have fallen off the mainstream press’s radar, but Standing Rock protesters are taking a “last stand” against DAPL construction.
Millennials are not the problem. Except Stephen Miller, who is near the heart of The Problem.
Paul Manafort’s cell phone was hacked and its contents have been distributed. Maybe.
Oh the fascists you’ll kill! The Atlantic on the complicated relevance of Dr. Suess’s political cartoons.
And now for something more upbeat: Meet Yukio Shige, Japan’s cliffside suicide vigilante.
It’s the thirty-first day of year zero in Trump’s America…