The statement "I love war" offends me far more than "locker room" talk.
I'm almost never pleased when someone addresses me with a sentence beginning "with all due respect".
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Maybe my expectations lately are too high. I was just informed that there is no chance of me getting an athletic scholarship to a well known ivy college.
Free cocktails at my house tonight at 7 pm for Republican women who don't see anything wrong with Trump's grabbing attitude.
Tic Tacs and locker rooms all over the country are banning together to hire publicist to undo damage.
I get it. Many sovereign countries do not think we are the boss of them. Does this surprise anyone?
The election of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte constitutes the lowest point for the struggling Filipino democratic system. Duterte has used profanities against President Obama, the United States Ambassador to the Philippines, Pope Frances, the United Nations and others who have questioned his blood-soaked reign as president. Recently, he even compared himself to Hitler in not only refusing to stop his extrajudicial killings of alleged criminals but saying that he was prepared like Hitler to murder millions. This budding tyrant has declared that the very concept of human rights is the “anti-thesis of government.” Finally, Duterte has pledged to end military training exercises with the United States, break away from the close alliance with the United States, and rely more on China and Russia. He has even been taunting the CIA to try to oust him. For those already familiar with our checkered history of supporting dictators and even enemies of the United States, it will come as no surprise that (just as Duterte is pledging to support Russia and China and fighting the United States), our government just approved another $180 million in aid to someone widely viewed as blood-soaked, anti-American lunatic.
“Absolutely nothing is off the table,” the billionaire said. “This country is in bad shape, and the most important thing right now is that Bill Clinton never becomes Commander-in-Chief.”
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has held on to power as he and his predecessor Hugo Chavez ruined the strongest economy in Latin America with their "Socialist Revolution." They combined disastrous economic policy with a crackdown on civil liberties, including unrelenting attacks on journalists and political dissidents. With the vast majority of the nation calling for his resignation and new elections, Maduro and his cronies in government have delayed any elections while allowing the country to descend further into economic and social chaos. However, it is not like he is doing nothing. He has created a new award: the Hugo Chavez Peace Prize. The first winner? The paragon of peace . . . Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Fearing that millions of foreign tourists might cancel their plans to travel to the United States, President Obama used his emergency powers to interrupt the broadcast of the second Presidential debate.CONTINUE READING »
By ALEXANDER BURNS, JONATHAN MARTIN and MAGGIE HABERMAN
Mr. Trump called the defectors "self-righteous hypocrites" and predicted their defeat at the ballot box.
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