I went to a gallery show called "Nevertheless, She Persisted." (I give UP on trying to get the photos to re-orient correctly. New laptop refuses to do it.)
On a related note, I've also seen this.
- "On Wednesday, the Committee on Government Oversight and Reform sent a letter to the White House expressing concern about the way Trump deletes those typo-filled tweets, preventing them from being cataloged properly by the Presidential Records Act."
- Trump even screws up a simple holiday hat
- Trump’s in the White House bubble, and he loves it
- What happens when the world’s most powerful nation decides it doesn’t need everyone else?
- Ex-Trump executive: I knew he was ill for last 35 years
- "So, tonight Senator Isakson (R-GA) did a telephone town hall. A friend of mine attended and took notes. The town hall contained this exchange:
Tom (from Decatur): The media. What is your opinion on Trump's statement that the media is the enemy of the American people?
Isakson: I think the media and free reporting of news is essential.
Follow-up: Will you publicly denounce the president's statement?
Isakson: "I'm not going to get in a urinating contest with the president."
- "Kathryn Allen, a Democrat and family physician from Cottonwood Heights, Utah, had been toying with the idea of running against Chaffetz, whom she recently described as a “terrible excuse for a public servant.” But it was Chaffetz’s iPhone blunder, Allen’s public response and the explosive groundswell of support — and funding — she received afterward that provided the final boost."
- My local reps are working on it. Good going!
The Evil Empire:
- Twitter, House Of Cards mock Sean Spicer for wearing his American flag pin upside down
- Sean Spicer finally got to make his dumb SNL joke
- Only 27% of Trump's Appointees Are Women
- This is what a dysfunctional government looks like.
- Spicer’s Giddy Jobs Tweet May Have Broken a Federal Rule. Not like ANYONE is going to care or punish it though.
- "You can literally see Ryan gulp when he realizes what Carlson is asking him:"
- Conservatives want to blow up Senate rules to kill Obamacare
- Is the Republican health plan designed to fail?
- Republicans Back Bill that Would Let Companies Force Genetic Tests on Employees OH HELL NO
- The Real Peril Of Crowdfunding Health Care
- Trump Suggests Obama Always Wanted Obamacare to Collapse in 2017
- Breitbart May Have Just Killed Trumpcare
- Trump Already Wavering on Trumpcare
- He missed a vote, ruined his record, and cried. Thanks, healthcare!
Fear and loathing:
- "This pessimism, this apathy, coupled with the authoritarian mindset that death fixes all problems, made me feel sick. After living in America for 18 years, I’d almost forgotten growing up with this; I’d started to believe there is another way."
- Dictators have similar decorating styles. “If I’ve only got one life,” most dictators seem to think, “let me live it surrounded by gold.” ... "Each time, I felt as if I could predict every last chair cover and golden heroic beast. Come on, I’d think, surprise me!"
- Afghans Who Worked With U.S. Forces Told They Can No Longer Apply For Special Visas
- Canada says most border-crossing asylum seekers were in U.S. legally
- Trump supporters protest The Man In The High Castle’s anti-Nazi radio station
- Explaining the Wall.
- SNL Has Never Been More Popular and Less Fun I actually disagree, it makes me feel better about oh, this shit.
- Samantha Bee Urges Trump’s Staff to Stand Up to His Toddler-like Tantrums
- The underground railroad for refugees.
- "You can put on a suit and yell at other people in suits and they can’t do shit! And sometimes you can just stand there and rap Notorious B.I.G. songs and they have to enter it into the Congressional Record. New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries took advantage of this under-utilized bylaw yesterday to pay tribute to the late Biggie Smalls on the 20th anniversary of his death. On the House floor, flanked by a blown-up picture of the rapper, Jeffries started off by reciting the opening lines to “Juicy” with a proud, stentorian delivery that emphasized their power—and, more importantly, ensured that future historians will know Word Up! Magazine."
- A District Court Just Ruled That Texas Gerrymandering Violated the Voting Rights Act
- Welcome to Raleigh, Y'all!
- Welcome Here.
- In This House, We Believe. And shirts.
- Signs are populating.
- MAKING AMERICA MISOGYNISTIC AGAIN