News Headline: “NRA Convention will allow guns, except when Trump and
NRA leaders are no fools.
Unlike NRA members.
News Item: “. . . tittering on the brink of financial collapse. . . .”
So at least they see the humor in it.
News Headline: “Pedestrian hit by car released from hospital.”
And why the hospital released the car, we may never know.
News Headline: “Russian lawyer who met with Trump Jr. during election admits she’s an ‘informant’ for the Kremlin.”
QT Abridged Too Far Dictionary of the English Language:
informant noun 1. one who. . . who. . . what is the word. . . colludes. 2. and the collusions continue. 3. and here we are.
Alex Springer, a Denver reader, regarding a QT news headline–“Trump lawyer says he’ll pead the Fifth in porn actress case”–writes:
” ‘Pead the Fifth.’ Was that an intentional typo?”
QT is not that clever.
And it is reluctant to joke about any of Donald Trump’s adventures at the Moscow Ritz.
That would be yellow journalism.
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News Headline: “Trump’s ‘Fox & Friends’ rant was beyond unhinged.”
Donald Trump was merely unhinged until now.
This is known as growing in office.
Penn State University has informed the student Outing Club that it will no longer be allowed to go outdoors.
Among activities now “above the university’s threshold of acceptable risk” are nature walks in the woods.
The school instead recommends that the club show movies about the outdoors.
News Headline: “Paris Hilton: ‘I wouldn’t get this far in life being a dumb blonde.’ ”
The United States has a dumb blond as its president.
And has it been 4,267 days since Paris Hilton announced she was leaving public life?
Not that anyone is counting.
News Headline: “Neo-Nazis burn swastika after white supremacist rally in Georgia.”
This is where Donald Trump’s people are taking us:
The Ku Klux Klan are the moderates.