News Headline: “Students at Wisconsin high school find ‘White’ and ‘Colored’ signs at water fountain.”
Who did it?
This is supposed to wait until a second Trump term.
Shortly after noon Wednesday, January 24, on the 2300 block of Entrada Del Sol in Las Cruces, N.M.
News Headline: “Can Republicans actually govern in 2018?”
News Headline: “Has America learned its lesson on sexual misconduct?”
News Headline: “Is Trump so dense he doesn’t know he’s being used?”
News Headline: “Is Rush Limbaugh irrelevant?”
News Headline: “Does time dilation destroy quantum superposition?”
No, no, yes, increasingly, yes.
See how easy?
Sunday, January 21, in Boscawen, N.H.
News Headline: “Hannity rips ‘twisted’ media after Trump’s Fake News Awards.”
News Headline: “Sean Hannity is now a favorite weapon of Russian trolls attacking America.”
Has it been 3,201 days since Sean Hannity promised he would undergo waterboarding to prove it isn’t torture?
Not that anyone is counting.
News Headline: “Woman charged after being found naked in a stranger’s bathtub.”
As reasonable a response as any to the news of the day.
News Headline: “Virginia Senate passes bill to allow guns in churches.”
As we add to the Virginia chapter of QT’s Travel Guide to Places in the U.S. You’ll Want to Stay Out of for Any Number of Reasons.
A new study has found that the three richest Americans have the same total wealth as the bottom half of the U.S. population.
News Headline: “North Korea to send delegation to prepare for Olympics on Sunday.”
Dave Carr, an Owen Sound, Ontario, reader, writes:
“The Olympics are on Sunday? I’m not ready.”
And can it be time for QT’s biennial reminder that it isn’t “a penny for your thoughts,” but “a penny for your thought”?
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