Don't know how reliable this web site is; the name does not inspire confidence. Still, this link may be worth a look:The Many Scandals of Donald Trump: Facts Donald Trump Wishes We’d Forget
Looks legit except maybe for the first item. But it omits this (follow the links)[Click] little matter involving Mafiosi, Russians, massive fraud, money laundering, gunrunning and the financing of a Trump building. (I may have missed something there...)--Alan
The American Experiment in Exile[Click] A think-piece from Josh Marshall.On a lighter note:VIDEO: Mexican Pot Smugglers Show How Easy It Is To Beat Trump's Border Wall[Click] It seems they have not yet advanced to the technology of the trebuchet. Certain designs of trebuchet[Click] are rapid-firing and can easily be mounted on a flatbed truck.America Third![Click] Trump’s effective policy…Robert Reich: Why Trumponomics Will Fail Spectacularly[Click]—Alan
A couple more thoughts about tossing drugs over The Great Wall of Trump.1) Marijuana isn't very profitable for the Mexican cartels any more; ditto heroin and cocaine. The real money is in fentanyl pills, which are easier to transport to boot.2) I imagine they could use the Katyusha[Click] principle: suddenly draw up a bunch of truck-mounted launchers to a spot on the border, quickly fire off a lot of packages to be picked up by their partners, and vamoose.--Alan
Three cheers for Ron Wyden! [Click] "Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) on Monday asked the Department of Homeland Security about reports that border agents have stopped travelers and demanded access to their phones, expressing concerns about privacy."--Alan
Drop in teenage suicide attempts linked to legalisation of same-sex marriage [Click]--Alan
‘Our Readiness for a Terrorist Attack Is Dangerously Low’ [Click] “I’ve never seen anything quite like” Trump’s approach to national security, says a former counterterrorism adviser to three presidents.--Alan
Mark Sanford[Click] Quite a story; the man is certainly not devoid of redeeming qualities. But boy, he sure does look older than his years (56). Maybe it’s from being out in the sun a lot.—Alan
You know you're old when you husband's father would have turned 100 today (Monday) had he lived beyond his 70's. His mother would have been nearly 97, but died at age 61 of pancreatic cancer. Note: We are both now 61.
My theory is that you are old when it's no longer easier to go down the stairs than to go up them. I reached that point when my second eye went bad at age 63.
You make a good point, Bill. I've always assumed it had something to do with constantly achy muscles or advanced arthritis. You know, when people begin filling their letters with news of ailments and appointments. (I hope never to do that! I want to have more joy to relate than sorrow.)
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