With all of the partisan fights over absurdities like the President’s dalliances with a porn star, Facebook personality quiz apps, and whether the President can find a competent lawyer, one would think that a subject as anodyne as the decennial census would be safe from inter-party bickering. Unfortunately, that’s no longer the case, as seemingly every aspect of government is being fought over these days, even the incredibly boring (although important) ones.
The Left’s Absurdist Overreaction to the State of the Union Address
‘Trump’s Volk und Vaterland.’ ‘Worse Than Willie Horton.’ ‘Trump’s Boring, Utterly Terrifying Warmongering.’ ‘The State of the (White Nationalist) Union.’
These are all New York Times op-ed headlines about this week’s State of the Union address given by the President. What I’m wondering is: did we see the same speech?Read More »
What We Miss When We Hyperfocus on Trump: Trouble Brewing in India
What have we missed by hyperfocusing on the daily news surrounding the President and the attendant absurdities of American politics? This time it’s a brewing conflict within the world’s largest democracy.