Americans view government upside-down
“our city is out of control and we are way past the tipping point…”
Fair is fair, but how is it fair?
“The issue was that management seemed to condone all of this.”
“The March for Our Lives had the allure of a free concert…”
“It will, however, involve ‘a heavy air component’…”
“The marching orders were: I want a parade like the one in France.”
“Some training runs were performed at night…”
“ICE agents visited the motels early in the morning or late at night…”
“The New Yorker was unable to cite any company policy that was violated.”
“It’s the most narrow-minded, close-minded worldview you can imagine.”
“Your chickens have come home to roost.”
“In an African-American community, it’s a slap in the face.”
Good thing this guy isn’t running for another term, eh?
Changing life direction.
“His work was to be completed just before the University of Washington team announced its results.”
“He had his knife open, and he was pointing it at one of our guys…”
“I’m going to murder as many people on that campus as I can.”
“We’re not winning. We’re losing, and we’re losing on the central promise of Trump’s campaign.”
But that wouldn’t make for a very good story in the press, now would it?
“He now says it was cute, but he doesn’t want to use it anymore.”
Where has all the money gone?
“That was an amazing interview.”
“creepy, rude and obnoxious”
“He said nothing.”
Sins of the mother…
“Black lives matter to Donald Trump.”
Snooping in the data tackle box