Tuesday Open Thread

“Nonsense is so good only because common sense is so limited.”

–George Santayana

18 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Duke Cox says:

    "I am the law and order candidate"


    We knew this was coming…didn't we?


  2. mamajama55 says:

    CBS livestream of the Sanders / Clinton joint appearance in New Hampshire today.

    Noon ET, so 10 am MT.

  3. davebarnes says:

    Nerd alert.


    United States Health Care Reform: Progress to Date and Next Steps

  4. Diogenesdemar says:

    What Hair Drumpf sees in the mirror: . . . 

  5. Voyageur says:

    Many friends of Israel, among whom I include myself, have long argued that a two-state solution is the only way to prevent an apartheid situation where a Jewish minority rules by suppressing the rights of a Palestinian majority within the current boundaries occupied by Israel since 1967.   Has Israel already reached that Demographic tipping point?   It turns out that this is just one more argument in the seemingly irresolvable Middle East deadlock,


  6. Davie says:

    Newt Gingrich Is No Longer A Fox News Contributor

    The news comes ahead of an announcement about Donald Trump’s vice presidential pick.


    Pretty strong hint about Trump's VP pick.  If so, it would be fitting that they go by their true names: The Despicable Twins — Vile and Loathsome

    Between the two of them, six wives, and untold mistresses

  7. Pseudonymous says:

    She's just not that into you?

    Elizabeth Warren Is Invited to Speak on Democratic Convention’s First Night

    In an apparent sign that Senator Elizabeth Warren will not be named Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Ms. Warren was invited by Mrs. Clinton’s campaign on Tuesday to deliver a prime-time address on the first night of the Democratic convention this month — a marquee speaking slot but one that is earlier than vice-presidential picks typically appear.

    Such nominees usually speak later in the convention week to build anticipation for the top of the ticket.

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