The news about Trump’s presidency is slowing down. He’s not doing any less than he was, but he’s starting to get less coverage.
In a way, that’s a good thing. After all, if only national media had given him a bit less free press during the campaign, we might very well have a different president today. And, while some of my readers are pleased to have this one, I think even they will agree that media outlets all granting one selected candidate free press is no way to pick a president. (more…)
In a few hours, the Senate will vote on whether Senator Jeff Sessions is worthy of being confirmed as Attorney General of the United States.
He’s faced opposition before. During his confirmation for a Federal judgeship in 1986, Sen. Ted Kennedy led the charge against him, and a condemnatory letter from Coretta Scott King was read into the Senate record. After that, his name never made it out of committee. And last night, the letter was read again and the speech excerpted — but this time with a different result.
Every major media outlet is talking about Senator Warren’s fiery oration and her subsequent (more…)