The release of the Mueller report has left Democrats in a dilemma. For consider what Robert Mueller concluded after two years of investigation.
I'll admit that I've been wishy-washy about this.
I watched Notre Dame de Paris burn from my couch, located in my house, located one block from a 100-year-old Catholic church that is 80 percent empty on Sundays. In the back of the church is a redbrick Catholic school, abandoned for decades.
This is about Kyle Korver and that white lady on the plane. The former is an NBA veteran, a sharp-shooting forward for the Utah Jazz. The latter edged past my seat on the way to her own on a crowded flight about two weeks back. A button on her shirt caught my attention. "Black Lives Matter," it said.
I was fresh off my grandfather's farm on Highway 12, broken-hearted at leaving my Caledonia classmates and Miss King. Life didn't end, but changed in unexpected ways when I found myself enrolled at MSCW's Demonstration School.
In 2016 and 2017, Bernie Sanders raked in over a million bucks. Last year, his gross income was down to $561,293 -- still not too shabby.
And what will you say afterward, America?
It's a solid bet that our health care future won't look quite like the present. Whether the outcome would be good or bad for the average working stiff will depend a great deal on who is president after the 2020 election.
When I was very young, maybe 40 years ago, I worked with a number of unreconstructed workingmen.
An appropriately Twitteresque meme circulated recently on that platform: Write a sad story in just three words.
Safe to say, most visitors to New York take at least a 'walk through' in Rockefeller Center if only to spot the Skating Rink, Radio Music Hall and the celebrated Christmas tree.
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