News Headline: “Paris Hilton reveals she owns over 800 wigs.”
Has it been 4,712 days since Paris Hilton announced she was leaving public life?
Not that anyone is counting.
Beware the ides of National Women’s Motorcycle Month.
News Headline: “Tennessee governor signs proclamation honoring early KKK leader.”
News Headline: “Republicans silent as Trump renews racist attack on congresswomen.”
Increasingly hard to keep up with the Party of Lincoln 2.0.
News Headline: “We’ll all be drinking more in the next decade, study says.”
The study is premature.
It’s not as if Donald Trump has been re-elected.
News Headline: “Cats in Philadelphia looking for their fur-ever homes.”
News Headline: “Dogs in Pittsburgh looking for their fur-ever homes.”
News Headline: “A purr-fect opportunity to find a fur-ever home for new kittens.”
Stop it now.
And J.D., a Chicago reader, wants to know if it is time for QT’s biennal reminder that the word “gerrymander” is taken from the name of 1800s Massachusetts Gov. Elbridge Gerry, who pronounced it GARY, not JERRY, so the word should be GARY-mander, not JERRY-mander.
WRITE TO QT: firstname.lastname@example.org
News Headline: “Cities brace for deportation raids as Trump threats spread fear.”
New inscription for the Statue of Liberty’s tablet:
“Your papers, please.”
News Headline: “Trump rails against ‘fake news’ in bizarre tirade.”
News Headline: “Trump mixes up campaign kickoff, election night in bizarre Twitter thread.”
News Headline: “Trump calls himself ‘great looking’ and slams ‘skinny Pocahontas’ in bizzare Twitter attack.”
All in one day.
But we can forgive Donald Trump for being on edge.
. . . what with law enforcment closing in.
News Headline: “Is humanity about to get stupider?”
Good news here.
Can’t be done.
News Headline: “Trump’s July Fourth event took over $1.7 million from a fund that was supposed to protect D.C. from terrorist threats.”
Yes. But what is the complaint?
Or are you one of those people who think protection against terrorists is more important than a tank parade?
News Headline: “Acosta defends his role in Epstein sex plea deal, offers no apology to victims.”
The labor secretary now hopes to cut funds by 80 percent at the federal agency that fights sex trafficking.
And the Trump administration wants to know:
When will all these child rape victims stop their whining?