Berry Craig: Woody was a kind and caring cowboy figure. Moore is a hate-monger of the Jesus-loves-me-but-He-can’t-stand-you persuasion.
Berry Craig: Irony aplenty surrounds the creamy white—an appropriate hue—marble likeness that stands on a pedestal in the rotunda.
Berry Craig: “We achieved all of our objectives,” said white supremacist Matthew Heimbach in the story. “We showed that our movement is not just online, but growing physically.”
I’m particularly partial to “Ol’ Man Fibber,” their parody of Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, where I’ve lived all of my 67 years – and voted against the senate’s union-buster-in-chief all six times he’s run.
Berry Craig: While other presidents—okay maybe not George Washington—have stretched the truth from time to time, Trump is the Great Prevaricator.
Berry Craig: Almost every day offers more proof—as if proof were needed—that the emperor in the White House has no clothes. He’s “naked (pronounced ‘nekked,’) as a jaybird,” as we Kentuckians say.
Speaking to Coast Guard Academy grads, Donald Trump chose to dish out a hefty-helping of self-pity and he twisted history to boot.
Berry Craig: Krystal Ball proposes that New Deal-style, federal government-directed reformism is the Democrats’ best bet to overcome King Leer and to stave off a successor.
Though the draft ended 34 years ago, Sanford wonders if Trump might reintroduce conscription if he decides to send troops to fight North Korea, Syria or Isis.
resident Trump is slumping in the national polls, but evidently he’s still playing in Peoria—Oklahoma. “In Trump Country, Shock at Trump Budget Cuts, but Still Loyalty,” read the headline on a recent Nicholas Kristoff musing in the New York Times. The columnist had huddled with Trump voters in the Sooner State. “Democrats gleeful at the […]
Beyond Trump Nation, just about everybody thinks President Trump came off second-fiddle in his recent meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Berry Craig: Protesters greeted McConnell when he showed up to chow down at a chamber of commerce lunch in Jeffersontown, a Louisville suburb.
Berry Craig: The Republicans started down the “states’ rights road” in the 1960s with the Nixon-era “Southern Strategy.”