Question. Does a promise become real only after it’s accepted as one?

The internet is forever. He will make a headline within a month. Best guess is, one of his DOJ pals got word he’s being looked at and he wanted to get out ahead of the story.

The financial disclosure he is required by law to demonstrate is gonna be lit af.

I sincerely hope the child outgrows his father by the time he completes the first grade.

I’ve been to Fort Bragg on business several times since 2010. Got “chauffeured” around the base by a Colonel. (Special Forces section was off-limits. Totally.) watched these men AND women parachute on jump day. Watched rope course and PT that would kill a snowflake. I’m very much endeared to the 82nd. May God bless them and their families, and may they slaughter the enemies of freedom if they have to. They’re capable bad-asses.

They found the most opportune time to announce his death. That’s all this means at this point.

It’s a horrible evil what’s been done. No bail and they get a burner phone upon release from jail is the rumor.

I think that’s actually true, and because there’s lots of nuances with respect to degrees of crimes, one might expect to be provided justification to merit release without bail. It’s the nail in the coffin of justice. On every level.

Uh-oh. Joe Biden must know what it feels like to be looking up at Thor’s hammer. And Thor ain’t smiling.

Was wondering because the Democrats (the majority) forced the electoral college to a compromise that ended the reconstruction in the South.

Oh no, I laughed right away, from a sense of unity, I suppose.

"When you set aside mere names & come down to realities, you find that we are ruled by a King just as other absolute monarchies are. His name is The Majority. He is mighty in bulk & strength ... He rules by the right of possessing less money & less brains & more ignorance than the other competitor for the throne, The Minority. Ours is an Absolute Monarchy." - unsent letter to Bayard Taylor, June 10, 1878.

Mark Twain

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