“it seems China made a bitter joke with the rest of the world”
“I’m working from home and self-isolating and that’s entirely the right thing to do.”
“leaving towns and cities will be banned”
Business as usual
Not good enough.
“Khamenei doesn’t appear in public often, even in the best of times…”
“Realistically, at this point, you need to change the reported sick cases to 1 million.”
A test of resolve — and of survivability?
“…since this morning 100 people have died before my eyes.”
“The situation the doctors describe is desperate…”
“The University of Washington said on Friday that it would cancel in-person classes…”
“The Revolutionary Guard in fact now finds itself on the back foot, a notable change …”
Votes of non-confidence.
“The aperture may open for the president to act in provocative ways that may provide him electoral benefit.”
A glimpse of things to come
“It is the light of a missile.”
Plurality still worry about Iran.
Perish the thought
Fatigue sets in
Fog of war, or odor of mendacity?
“1,500 + 176.”
‘”Today, the American soldier is in danger, tomorrow the European soldier could be in danger.”
“Let’s work together to replace the JCPOA and to get the Trump deal instead.”
Of course, they don’t want to say who…
“This person added that White House officials would not be returning Gaetz’s phone calls…”
Taking it to the streets
Only Congress has the authority to declare war.
Megan Rapinoe jumps into the fray.
Follow the money, or lack thereof
Depends what you mean by unintentional
“Listen to the Faucis of the world. And if that’s the case, it’s the case.”
“…people are going to weaponize #metoo for political gain.”