On Monday, accountability finally arrived for Donald Trump.
It is time, once again, to explain journalism to Fox News.
Suddenly, there was just blood everywhere.
So this driver is stopped at an intersection. A pedestrian is dawdling in the crosswalk. Driver leans out the window and yells, "Get out of the street, you damned liberal!"
A hypothetical narrative for your consideration:
A man climbs through the window of a sleeping girl.
I'm beginning to feel like Sally Field.
You are a boy, living in a child's blissful unaware.
It's time we talked about the most consequential political divide in this country.
Dear Mr. So-Called President:
So let me explain to you how this works.
White terrorism is not as bad as Muslim terrorism.
That, believe it or not, was the crux of an argument Sean Duffy, a Republican representative from Wisconsin, made last week on CNN.
So I had myself an epiphany.
This president lies.
Granted, every president tells the occasional politically expedient untruth.
It was, arguably, the most telling moment of Donald Trump's inauguration speech.
Dear Mr. President:
"Barack Obama is not Jesus."
Those were the first words of the first column I ever wrote about you -- a poke in the eye to Democrats who were singing rhapsodic hosannas about a certain highly regarded young senator.
How about if we let Jesus answer Kellyanne Conway?
"Five minutes for Hitler, five minutes for the Jews."
That, according to legend -- and a Facebook page for alumni of The Miami Herald -- was the routine response of an '80s-era editor whenever some hapless reporter was working overly hard to bring "balance" to a story where none should exist, where the moral high ground was clearly held by one side or the other
This has probably not, in fact, been the worst year in the history of American journalism.
There are, to my mind, only two reasons to re-examine ballots in a presidential campaign.
"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free ... it expects what never was and never will be." -- Thomas Jefferson
A few days ago, a black woman I know got a text from a friend who asked what she'd be wearing "to the slave auction in January."
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