The idea that a major media company actually has to justify its publication of a memoir by a former vice president is nearly as lame as, well, most of what Mike Pence is shoveling these days.
Trump didn't represent the American Dream, he represented its shadow side, the one that sits on a crock of gold like an overfed leprechaun and gives a middle finger to his critics all over the world.
"Democracy is a fragile flower that is coming under increased pressure these days as charlatans and racists try and hijack the country’s institutions."
Trump's belief that he's heading back for the White House this summer is being bolstered by Michael Flynn and Sidney Powell.
It's a thought that is being increasingly entertained worldwide, but the capacity to see it is far less common here.
Democrats should be pressuring the GOP relentlessly every day for apologies and affirmations.
The former president of the United States is back in the political arena which is very good news for Democrats.
As we begin to discern an end to this terrible pandemic, it's important to reflect on what happened to us all. On where we were and how we got there.
One can only imagine the reaction of Trump supporters if it had been Colin Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter that led the assault on the Capitol.
Republican Senator Bill Cassidy was one of seven GOP Senators to vote against Trump during Saturday's impeachment vote.
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