“Saturday, some criminals broke windows & thought they’d get away. They were wrong.”
Too soon to say
“I still want to know, did that accomplish anything?”
“there was little to no police presence breaking up the groups.”
“If you put this up, then we’ll dial back the pressure.”
“Pray for us”
“It is prohibited throughout all national territory, all public meetings and demonstrations, gatherings and other similar acts…”
“…not at the levels of other colleges in the country that have experienced student unrest in recent years.”
“I didn’t want to be that person who I guess was stereotyped because I was white.”
“setting cars ablaze”
Welcome to hell.
Open for business.
“It is pretty symbolic that the citizens are venting their frustrations on the author of the Bolivarian revolution.”
“If somebody brings weapons, there’s no way to block off the site, or to screen them.”
“Politics should not lead us to war.”
So this should be productive
“During my speech, the protesters banged on the glass windows and shouted.”
“They sprayed her. They were punching her.”
That’s not how this works…
Thursday may wind up being the “Day Without a Job”
“…surrounded by hatred”
“I think we’re doing the kind of things that most Republicans believe can make the country better.”
“There’s a lot of sadness right now.”
Rights and responsibilities
By any means necessary.
How do you say “America was never great” in Farsi?
I sure don’t. Neither should you.
“You should kick their ass!”
Politicizing your brand is a great way to lose half your customer base
Floundering cab companies scrambling for market share
“…we have no plans to change his status.”
“when the floodwaters come up, that waste is going to be contaminating the water.”
Justice and mercy: Matthew 20:1–16.
Be stingy with the public purse, sir.
Still missing the point