Here's an idea, you economically ignorant totalitarians: How about letting people make the lunch decisions they want to?
That agreement announced by European Commission prez Jean-Claude Juncker and the Very Stable Genius certainly got the stock market all excited, but, like the "agreement" with Kim Jong-un, it's long on broad intentions and short on concrete plans.
This one makes my head hurt. It pits good guys with understandable points against each other - namely, Jim Jordan and Steve Scalise against Paul Ryan. Ryan doesn't support the move to impeach Rod Rosenstein. Of course, comment threads under articles about it are full of "Ryan-can't-step-down-a-minute-too-soon-the-weasly-little-RINO" type sneering. But have these folks really thought about the distraction and time-eating factors? Don't these folks want to get Kavanaugh confirmed before the midterms? I think Allahpunidt at Hot Air has the accurate take:
. . . a bit of virtue-signaling by the Freedom Caucus to Trump’s base to broadcast just how much they hate Trump’s chief inquisitor on Russiagate. Document production is window dressing for what this is really about.Then again, Mueller, who was hired by Rosenstein, has been at this for over a year and a half and there's still not a shred of evidence of collusion.
Facebook is having a terrible, very bad, no good week.
Daren Jonescu observes how a Trump-shill site covers a North Korea development - that took place months before the Kim-Trump summit:
Fox News stands in solidarity with CNN over the matter of CNN reporter Caitlan Collins being told she was not welcome at the Trump-Juncker presser.