Martha Stewart is spreading alfalfa meal on slippery pathways as you read this, having already reorganized her kitchen drawers, discarding any unused items.
And what are you doing with your day?
News Headline: “White House floats tax on Mexican imports that would have Americans paying for the wall.”
Note to Donald Trump’s basket of gullibles:
We are all Mexicans now.
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News Headline: “The possible outcomes of a Trump presidency.”
We can take heart.
The republic survives in some of them.
News Headline: “Trump advances border wall to start broad immigration crackdown.”
When you’re a president, they let you do it.
You can do anything.
Grab the Statue of Liberty by the–
Asteroid 2017 BX, which was discovered two days ago, is passing between Earth and the moon as you read this.
No need to worry.
Happens all the time.
News Headline: “A rogue national park tweets out climate-change facts in defiance of Donald Trump.”
Vive la résistance!
On this day in history 305 years ago, Frederick the Great, who said, “Every man has a wild beast within him,” was born, followed 204 years to the day by the Great Jack Brickhouse, who said, “That’s a fly ball, deep to left. . . back. . .back. . . Hey! Hey! . . . Wheeeeee!”–and can it be only 29 days until spring training?
News Headline: “Trump tells business leaders he wants to cut regulations by 75 percent or ‘maybe more.’ “
Take a breath of air.
Drink a glass of water.
Enjoy while you can.