This week, the Internet was set ablaze by a New York Times column, which, among other things, alleged that “Americans miss [George H.W.] Bush because we miss the WASPs — because we feel, at some level, that their more meritocratic and diverse and secular successors rule us neither as wisely nor as well.”
Democrats were not going to flip the Senate.
Hey! How are you?! It’s been so long since I’ve seen you! Why didn’t we ever end up grabbing that meal? Tell me, how have you been? Oh, I totally feel you, midterm season is brutal.
Every day, I spend hours working on a newspaper. And yet, I do not follow the news.
In the past few weeks, multiple women have come forward alleging that Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh harassed, assaulted, or even raped them. The accounts begin from when Kavanaugh was a high school student, just 17 years old. They continue into his subsequent college career at Yale.