Donald Trump sure has a disgusting way of showing how much he really cares about America's veterans.
Early on Tuesday morning, one of the most prominent veterans groups in the nation discovered to their horror that Trump had blocked them on Twitter
Charles P. Pierce: [I]t appears that every other country is the region doesn't like Qatar. What's going on there is somewhat above my pay grade but the whole thing makes me a little nervous that we're possibly heading toward Balkans, 1914 on the Arabian Peninsula. ... There already is a brutal proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran going on in Yemen. This latest spasm appears to be setting the table for a general choosing-up-sides between all the states in the region. And it's here where we remember that, in his speech in Saudi Arabia, the president* lined us up firmly on the side of the Sunni states in a religious war dating back seven centuries.
According to senior White House officials, advisers and others close to Donald Trump, the president's chief of staff, Reince Priebus, won't last long at his job. The problem is that no one else wants Priebus' job, even though it was considered a coveted position just a few months ago. Conservative organizer and media personality Erick Erickson wrote that "Reince Priebus's Departure is Imminent." Everyone seems to know that Priebus' days are numbered in this administration. Roger Stone seems to agree, yet Priebus is showing up for work every day as the chief of staff. read more
California growing: "California is the chief reason America is the only developed economy to achieve record GDP growth since the financial crisis of 2008 and ensuing global recession. If that's a "mess," Trump could only hope for more of it.
We're well within 25th amendment territory. He lives in an alternate world.