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Deutsche Bank, the only financial institution willing to lend to Trump, announced that it will cooperate with Congressional inquiries about his shady deals.
In the unlikely event that Trump fulfills his "threat" to send migrant families to sanctuary cities, their citizens will have a chance to restore our national honor.
The world is in mourning today, following a terrible fire that destroyed much of Notre-Dame de Paris, the cathedral immortalized in Victor Hugo's great novel.
Trump aims to punish migrant families by sending them to the cities most friendly to immigration -- a policy that is boneheaded as well as unlawful.
Bill Barr might never have been the prince of law portrayed by Washington media -- but he turned into a vile toad the moment he kissed Donald Trump's ass.
Is war coming, now that Israelis reelected Netanyahu on a platform of West Bank annexation? Israel, Palestine, and the world will know all too soon.
Coarse and thuggish, the president of the United States is also dead wrong. Our country needs immigrants -- as even he admitted just last month.
There was a time when Americans had "zero tolerance" for nasty little bullies like Stephen Miller. Now that's our policy toward migrant families.
Republican Party leaders have endured the blue wave, the negative polls and presidential tantrums -- and can only wonder what is coming next year.
Jerrold Nadler, the tough New York City Democrat who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, is lobbing subpoenas into the Trump White House.
Senate Majority Leader McConnell seems determined to ensure that every last Trump judge be confirmed -- no matter how extremist or unqualified.
How do the leaders and peoples of other lands perceive our disproportionate political obsessions? They must be very confused sometimes. Or suspicious.
Having declared he would soon make Republicans "the party of great health care," Trump now seems to have postponed that worthy goal. Possibly forever.
The onset of cognitive dissonance among the Trumpsters must be intense, now that their land is flooded out by that "Chinese hoax" of climate change.
In his abandonment of integrity Lindsey Graham resembles Robert Graves' butterfly, who "will never now, it is too late, master the art of flying straight."