Salmon Rushdie delivers a warning to the United States, based on his own experience in other parts of the world.
Former defense secretary James Mattis’s statement in The Atlantic is as strong a condemnation of Donald Trump’s administration as anyone has articulated thus far, though history will have worse things to say about him.
Conservative columnist George Will tells the plain truth about Donald Trump. The GOP needs to chase his enablers out of office. Vote.
This cartoon says it all:
Here’s an essential viewers guide to the impeachment hearings: don’t let the spin turn your head around: The impeachment inquiry: Untangling the GOP’s spin – The Boston Globe
The November issue of Poetry includes an essay by Martín Espada—a powerful corrective to what Trump’s rhetoric would have us accept.
Jeff Jacoby notes that Donald Trump, a so-called conservative, wants to scrap “one of the Republican Party’s noblest achievements” —the fourteenth amendment. Read his column here: Abolishing birthright citizenship would be ‘frankly ridiculous’ — and profoundly un-American – The Boston Globe
Conservative columnist Jeff Jacoby reminds us that “when it comes to bad-mouthing the United States, the ‘Squad’ doesn’t hold a candle to Donald J. Trump.”
Justin Quinn sends a message to the White House with the directness only a blues song can deliver: