Slate’s Trumpcast just had a clinical psychologist in yesterday, talking about a letter circulating in the mental health community demanding a psychological evaluation of Trump. Apparently there are not a small number of professionals who are concerned about Trump and NPD.
Does Reddit sell branded apparel? It would totally complete the outfit.
That’s exactly what’s so insidious about his comments; they’re designed to explain away in advance those consequences that his past actions may reap. Looks like you’re going to lose an election badly? Call it rigged and sow distrust among your supporters. Read more
His projective nature is its own best predictor of future events. He went all in on the more conspiratorial/political/GOP-shepherded allegations against Bill because he knew that much worse and more credible accusations lurked in his own past. Why is he ranting about jailing Hillary now, as if he’s a dimestore Viktor… Read more
It’s the confluence of being greedy and stupid. Greedy because his campaign is an enormous grift, funneling donations and government reimbursements back to his own companies, venues, and aging aircraft. And stupid, because I’m sure he honestly never thought all this stuff would come out, and if it did, he would be… Read more
The same hubris is also on display with his business and personal finances. He should have known that running for president would expose him and his various entities to scrutiny that they couldn’t withstand. Now not only will he lose, but it’s not out of the realm of possibility that New York’s AG will be able to put… Read more
Dear god that is repulsive.
You’re totally right about the specious argument that Bernie would automatically be doing even as well as Clinton right now—Trump would be using L’Internationale as a leitmotif whenever “Crazy Bernie” was mentioned. But I think Biden would have come under many similar attacks from the left due to his own baggage. We’d… Read more
These posts that are essentially ritualistic little acts of hero destruction are so exhausting to read, especially when you know the author knows better.
Searchlight’s own head of distribution said “the storm didn’t damage it that much.” There seems to be an acknowledgement that Parker’s toxicity and the dismal reviews are what is sinking it, especially because it opened in over two thousand theatres and still had numbers like that.
Return, singular. One filing from the year Jagged Little Pill came out. And Trump will just keep harassing a former beauty queen. If only we could hunt the hunter.
If he was going to invade, the least he could have done was taken the IRS’s oil.
This is partly true, though. I’ve spent a lot of time in small towns in the Sierras, mostly Tuolumne County, and they’re generally a mix of deep-blue and deep-red. If you mapped it hyper locally, you’d find lots of Democrats in the towns and lots of Republicans out in the makeshift-meth-lab outerlying areas. Read more
Re the six deleted articles, sure, I get why the legacy staff are mad. I also understand what Univision wrote about purchasing an asset in bankruptcy on the condition of it being delivered clear of pre-existing legal liabilities. Read more
Lolol from your own Greenpeace block quote above. Notice where it says (and I said in reference to the $300k) that it relates to employees? We’ve been talking about both energy employee contributions and the separate lobbying work that may or may not be energy related. Can you really not juggle these two things at… Read more
More contentless pronouncements without any actual content. The employee donations are not in reference to lobbyists, but the paltry $300k sum that Sanders tried to portray as a major gift from industry itself. And, yet again, you’re perfectly comfortable misrepresenting a contribution from a telco or an airline as an… Read more
And, yet again, Greenpeace’s numbers are only reachable by means of a net cast so broadly as to be both meaningless and fundamentally dishonest. As Factcheck and several other fact checking organizations and individual journalists pointed out during the primary, they portrayed low-level employees making small personal… Read more