News Headline: “Trump widens lead over Republican field in latest poll.”
The poll shows Donald Trump supported by 24 percent of registered Republicans.
One in four American adults is a registered Republican.
So that comes to 1/4th of 1/4th of Americans.
Which seems to mean 1/16th of Americans.
As the desperate search for a bright side continues. . . .
News Headline: “Ask a somm: What can I eat with caviar and foie besides champagne
News Headline: “Food banks struggling to meet nationwide demand.”
The two stories seemed to go together, for some reason.
News Headline: “Texans fear Obama-led military invasion.”
News Headline: “Operation Jade Helm under way in Texas.”
News Headline: “No signs of military takeover in Texas.”
Does this mean President Obama has an opportunity to invade Texas and is ignoring it?
Impeach him now.
Rick Perry’s Wednesday appearance at the Iowa State Fair will conflict with the
Look. QT just tells the news.
Donald Trump in a Sunday interview regarding workers and wages:
“I want to keep the minimum wage pretty much where it is right now.”
And to those who evidently didn’t have what it takes to inherit tens of millions of dollars:
Stop your whining.
News Headline: “Huckabee: We must give babies inside the womb constitutional rights.”
But remember: Mike Huckabee is a Republican.
Zygotes will be required to provide photo IDs.
News Headline: “France’s employment tsar quits his job.”
G.J., a Chicago reader, renews the public service reminder that outbreaks of irony can occur at any time or place, without warning.
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News Headline: ” ‘Sesame Street’ is heading to HBO.”
No word yet on crossover episodes with “Game of Thrones.”
So we can only hope to imagine Big Bird’s encounter with The Hound. . . .
News Headline: “Why the media can’t stop talking about Donald Trump.”
Sometimes we need to remind ourselves that a dead whale on a flatcar will draw a crowd.
News Item: “According to a recent study, more kids are accidentally ingesting their parents’ cannabis. . . .”
That’s their story, and they’re sticking to it.