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Daily Briefing: Just Flew In From One First Street

* At a summit in Vietnam President Bush confronts regional economic realities, North Korean diplomatic complexities, and some goofy, goofy pajamas. [NYT, Time]


* Supreme Court Justices Roberts and Alito do battle over whose mildly amusing dinner party quips are better. [WP]

* Pentagon internal review of Iraq war uses football metaphors for policy options. Typical. [WP]

* Gay-marriage ban may go to a ballot in Massachusetts. [WP]

* Charlie Rangel wants to make politicians "think twice" about starting wars and believes legislation to renew the military draft will do that. Plans to propose the legislation, "as soon as we start the new session." [WP]

* New pointless coin to celebrate old pointless Presidents. [NYT]

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The great journalists at the National Enquirer regularly sent advance digital copies of stories about Donald Trump and his political opponents to Michael Cohen, according to a story in the Washington Post, which cited "three people with knowledge of the matter" as sources. Probably Trump was one of them, you know how he is.

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Times have been tough for those Trump supporters who are fine with his rampant bigotry but are discovering he's going to screw them like any number of non-wife-like women he totally swears he's never met.

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