News Headline: “Fact-checking Donald Trump’s health claims on ‘Dr. Oz.’ “
Indications are that Trump is overdue for a flexible sigmoidoscopy.
He may want could schedule one on “Dancing with the Stars.”
News Headline: “Concealed carry without permit becomes law in Missouri.”
As we add to the Missouri chapter of QT’s Travel Guide to Places in the U.S. You’ll Want to Stay Out of for Any Number of Reasons.
News Headline: “Gallup Poll: Public confidence in media falls to all-time low.”
. . . if this story is to be believed.
News Headline: “Sex-mad tortoise repopulates Galapagos island.”
The morning news offers more stories about Donald Trump.
It offers stories about a sex-mad tortoise.
Decisions, decisions. . . .
News Headline: “The George W. Bush White House ‘lost’ 22 million emails.”
Lock him up.
News Headline: “Powell: Trump a ‘national disgrace’: Clinton ‘screws up’ everything ‘with hubris.’ “
And so a new bumper sticker:
CLINTON-KAINE 2016: NOT A NATIONAL DISGRACE.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin warning of possible bloodshed if Hillary Clinton is elected president:
“The roots of the tree of liberty are watered by what? The blood of who? The tyrants, to be sure, but who else? The patriots. Whose blood will be shed? It may be that of those in this room. . . .”
If Republican leaders want to tempt the nation’s rifle-polishers to start shooting, the least they can do is learn some grammar.
Blood of whom.
And is it time for QT’s sesquiennial reminder that a sojourn isn’t a journey, but a temporary stay in one place?
A villain on the TV series “The Last Ship” explaining how to take over the White House:
“The people are too wounded and scared to think for themselves. . . . You need to terrorize them, . . . You need to be more terrible so they don’t have to be. . . .”
In other news, Donald Trump will campaign today in Ohio.
Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer on the weekend performance of his team:
“They were very professional.”
You’re not supposed to say it out loud.
Beware the ides of International Gay Square Dance Month.