War never changes. Ever.
See Truman’s attempt to nationalize the steel industry.
“Who can really say?”
Executive action to change wrongheaded policy is still wrong.
Playing politics or remembering history?
Who is a citizen?
Monarchial executive overreach.
UK, France, Germany want “credible investigation.”
Confusing, confounding, and discombobulating.
Get over it.
Republicans are against pen and phone legislation, right?
Hi, First Amendment!
‘Fixing’ the problem to make it worse.
Not exactly a good ploy, though.
It’s for the children.
Just let it die, please.
Politicians gonna politick.
Actions > words
That’ll go over well.
A plague on this idea.
She want the gig. Will Trump try to give it to her?
What could go wrong?
He said, he said.
Unfriendly skies as U.S. protects American air carriers from foreign competition.
Can you lose a trade war?
THAT’LL go over well. Also, he can’t do it.
Loophole or pure politics? Proba-likely-the latter.
Justice reform is conservative.
Sense and sensibility.
Never should have been convicted in the first place.
Despite no additional US actions.
Mixed bag of freedom.
At least someone wants to follow the Constitution on declaring war.
Trump may have violated the former to do the latter.
Done as part of a “Russiaphobic confusion.”
“would likely cause severe and irreparable harm to a wide variety of non-parties, including those implicated in the conduct…”
Dan Rather blames Twitter.