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
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.”
Stop the presses! Donald Trump actually spoke the truth, for once. Here is a link to Andrew J. Bacevich’s editorial in The Boston Globe. It’s a must-read, as is everything Bacevich writes.
Stephen Kinzer’s essay in this morning’s Boston Globe states the obvious (which goes unnoticed): “Giving one individual the power to set off nuclear war would have been abhorrent to the framers of our Constitution.” Such concentration of power is the definition of tyranny.