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Fair and Unbalanced: Compared to Trump, even Dan Quayle was competent, qualified, and willing to learn. The Immoral Minority: It's increasingly clear who Hillary's running mate should be. Lady, That's My Skull: Don't let pharmacistsShow More Summary
In last week's episode, Sansa Stark and Jon Snow finally had a family reunion, Daenerys took over the Dothraki nation and the winds of war began brewing. I'd say season six is shaping up nicely. (Here's a full recap of seas 6 episode...Show More Summary
H/T Capper. Open thread...
Sure, it's a metaphorical flood but it still could cause major damage unless we're all proactive. What are you listening to tonight?
This should come as a shock to exactly no one. Just last week, Donald Trump took quite a bit of heat after the news broke that a white nationalist named William Johnson, was selected as a California delegate. This week, another one came...Show More Summary
Donald Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee often contradicts what he says on an almost daily basis, but suffers no consequences for it from the Republican voters. However, his flip flops and about faces are not going over so well with the Conservative establishment. Show More Summary
Fox News legal genius "Judge" Pirro went on an epic Hillary Clinton bashing rant last night. She had the chutzpah to say that Donald Trump is the only person who can keep us safe. Yes, the same Trump who threatened to use nuclear weapons...Show More Summary
Yet another responsible gun owner has taken such exceptional care of his gun by allowing it to sit out on a table, loaded with bullets, no safety lock. Oh, and he has kids. Three kids. And they were there for their alternating weekend visitation. Show More Summary
This morning's State of The Union with Jake Tapper featured a discussion with a nonsensical, disingenuous liar from the Republican side of the aisle. Representative Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) is trying to spin the possible Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary
Senator Harry Reid joined Joy Reid on MSNBC's AM Joy and discussed Donald Trump at length. Sen. Reid began the interview by saying, "I'm a student of politics, I've never, ever on a local level, state level, I have never ever seen aShow More Summary
As we've discussed here at C&L time and time again, it's long past time for Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz to go as head of the DNC. Sen. Bernie Sanders expressed some of those same concerns during an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper this weekend: Sanders says he's backing DNC chair's primary opponent, wouldn't reappoint her to DNC: Vermont Sen. Show More Summary
Jeb! is still firmly in the #NeverTrump camp and has no intention of supporting him, but he doesn't want anyone calling his supporters idiots either: Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) said Saturday that supporters for GOP presumptiveShow More Summary
Apparently, Fox & Friends couldn’t think of a legitimate reason to attack President Obama for making the bison the national mammal. So the Curvy Couch Crew suggested the bison was going to replace the bald eagle... which is a bird. As...Show More Summary
Lawyers, Guns and Money: Here’s how fast rents in San Francisco have risen over the past 60 years. Lance Mannion: Here’s to Vonnegut, Whipple, Fonda and a trip down memory lane. P.M. Carpenter’s Commentary: Here’s to hoping that X doesn’t...Show More Summary
Hell must have frozen over. The Sunday talking heads have all decided to give their audiences a break from the giant talking yam (h/t Charlie Pierce) a.k.a. the Republican presumptive presidential nominee. That doesn't mean the usual...Show More Summary
The old foes commiserate on the campaign, drink a few beers, and have a waltz together. Source: Slate One of the few pleasures of the 2016 election season has been Larry David’s impersonation of Bernie Sanders on Saturday Night Live....Show More Summary
So many commenters here at C&L have mentioned the DNC chair this week, we wanted to post this. Term ends January 21, 2017. Open Thread below...
Outside of The Haunting, which also was released in 1963, this story (originally penned by Chekhov) called "A Drop of Water" from Mario Bava's trilogy of terror movie "Black Sabbath," scared me as much as anything I'd ever seen at the time. Show More Summary
Alexis De Tocqueville studied democracy in the early U.S. more closely than anyone except the slave-owners and morally compromised abolitionists who created it. There’s a pithy quote available from him on almost any aspect of our system, for any occasion. Show More Summary
If Donald Trump's career as a failed casino mogul in 1980's Atlantic City doesn't indicate sub-par business acumen, nothing does. His bankruptcies, a matter of public record, are brushed off as an aside that are inconsequential to his...Show More Summary