Ted Vaill: So my family has much invested in this country, and we are disgusted with what our President, Donald Drumpf, is doing to it.
Thom Hartmann: Trump probably knew that anything by Rand would be the right answer for Republicans; the party has embraced her for decades, to the point that Paul Ryan required interns to read her books as a condition of employment.
Lance Simmens: Donald Trump is not nearly as devious as he is cruel. He cares little for anyone beyond himself or anything beyond money. We are certainly better than this!
Walter G. Moss: In a Boston speech a century and a half ago, Douglass insisted that “our greatness and grandeur will be found in the faithful application of the principle of perfect civil equality to the people of all races and of all creeds, and to men of no creeds.”
Ted Rall: Progressives are still angry that the Democratic establishment cheated Bernie Sanders out of the nomination last time. News that they’re doing the same thing now has enraged them.
Dan Embree: She carried one of those brassy scale things in one hand and a sort of sword thing in the other. She made me nervous, crossing her legs under that long, slinky gown.
Robert Reich: The real danger is that as attention inevitably turns to the 2020 campaign, controversy over the report will obscure the far more basic issues of Trump’s competence and character.
Dan Embree: While you and Kim were sipping lukewarm green tea and basking in memories of Singapore, Cohen was sharing red meat with Congress.
Marc Cooper: Meanwhile, a small gang of Mexican migrants entered my house and tore out the wood floors in FOUR rooms that got soaked when a water pipe burst.
Dan Embree: His eyes steal a wary glance at your performance from behind and to the side, his usual position. His mouth is set grimly, as he struggles to get a grip, if only on his knee.
Michael T. Hertz: The Court agrees with Trump’s argument because the tweet in question constitutes “rhetorical hyperbole” normally associated with politics and public discourse in the United States.
Harvey Wasserman: The real bottom line to the Trump trifecta of collusion, mass perjury, and fiscal felony will not require likely impeachment by a Democratic House or unlikely removal by a GOP Senate.
Johnny Townsend: Trump doesn’t care that progressives don’t like him. Neither does De Vos or Cruz or McConnell or any of the other people legislating oppression. If anything, our unhappiness is a bonus for them.