Meet the gentleman who is doggedly polite.
Police say 36-year-old Michael Schwarz was drunk when he shot the dog with a .44 Magnum. It is not clear if the shooting was intentional.
Thus passeth another day in NRA Paradise.
For those who fear Democrats don’t know how to take on Trump, this video may be comforting. Elizabeth Warren roasts Trump like a chestnut.
The fun stuff starts at about the 6:30 mark.
Video via C&L.
What’s the deal with roast chestnuts, anyway?
Kevin Lee points out that, in NRA Paradise, there is no such thing as the common good.
Meanwhile, Chris Honore takes a tally:
This level of violence separates America from all other advanced countries by a wide margin. Consider just homicides. According to the New York Times, in Poland and England one person per million dies in a gun homicide. In Japan it’s one person in 10 million. In the U.S. it’s 31 per million, or 27 people killed daily. In Chicago, over the recent Father’s Day weekend, 13 were killed and 56 wounded bringing the city’s total homicides thus far in 2016 to 300. If it were anything else (say, the Zika virus), this would be considered an epidemic of catastrophic proportions.
One more time, those who complain of “political correctness” desire license to mistreat others without penalty.
Daniel Ruth notes that Little Marco wants back in the Senate, having crashed and burned in his presidential campaign, during which he promised not to pursue re-election to his Senate seat.*
Ruth notes that it’s yet another flip-flop in a career of flip-floppery that rivals Mitt the Flip’s; he catalogs Rubio’s stellar legislative history.
There was Rubio’s landmark legislative victory in fighting for — and winning — a Senate resolution congratulating the Miami Heat for capturing the National Basketball Association championship. Oh the amber waves if it all.
How could one not be moved by Rubio’s crusading leadership in crafting a massive immigration reform measure? It was a stunning achievement, right up to the point when he ran away from his own bill when the political heavy lifting became too tough. What would we call this? The charge of the light charade?
Ah, memories. Certainly the hallmark of Rubio’s time in the Senate was that day when he actually showed up for work. It might have been a Tuesday. Or perhaps a Wednesday.
*Another broken campaign promise, by the way.
Werner Herzog’s Bear struggles to understand the lure of resentment. A snippet:
With the left unable to properly harness resentment (partially due to the siren call of white supremacy), the radical right has had a field day. Anger and resentment at globalization is not being directed at multinational corporations, but at immigrants.
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