The federal government isn’t exactly fragile but — as Danziger observes — a stampeding demagogue can still be expected to break a lot of its institutions. And leave a smelly mess of b.s. wherever he goes.
Danziger reckons the legendary investigative reporter Wayne Barrett, who passed away too soon on January 19, would behave in an entirely predictable way upon reaching the pearly gates.
Bernie Sanders is coming around again, rallying Americans against repeal of the Affordable Care Act, intervening in the contest for a new DNC chair, and — as Danziger observes — riding that political carousel.
Discord between Trump and Congressional Republicans over how to replace Obamacare threatens to drive the GOP over an ideological cliff — or so Danziger fondly imagines.
The furor over his controversial dossier linking Donald Trump to the Kremlin led former MI6 officer Christopher Steele to make himself scarce — but Danziger thinks he’ll be received warmly in any British pub.
While Donald Trump constantly refers to his incoming defense secretary James Mattis by an old nickname, Danziger sees why someone else might be called “mad dog.”
In the heart of Dixie, Danziger finds supporters of Jeff Sessions shocked to hear him disavow traditional Confederate values during his confirmation hearing.
Rumors of Russian hackers invading Vermont’s electrical grid appear to have been exaggerated — but Danziger doesn’t believe Putin’s agents would last long in the North Country.
Danziger outlines the departments and agencies to be overseen by a variety of dubious Trump appointees, subject to confirmation. And then there’s the president-elect, and what he constantly runs.