Bill Maher mistakenly believes that people like us are envious of places like New York, LA and San Francisco. He thinks we’re envious of people like him.
Democrats are instinctively aware that their effectiveness as a political force is gravely wounded and they’re acting accordingly.
The very liberal Seattle city council has done what Democrats who run successful cities do. They voted nine to nothing to impose a tax on businesses of $275 per employee per year.
I love it when politicians invoke the (now receding) memory of the Apollo lunar landing missions to promote this or that grand idea that stands little chance of coming to pass.
The Left is spewing incomplete, taken-out-of-context or just flat fraudulent statistics in an effort to tell us how great things are going under the most far-left presidency in our history.
My disagreements with Democrats are not personal. My problem with Democrats is that I so vigorously disagree with so much of what they believe.
No matter how high and how persuasive the mountain of readily available evidence that what they believe doesn’t work, liberals never question their own beliefs.
The average salary for the chief officer of an American corporation is a bit less than $200,000 per year. Which is a third less than what Mrs. Clinton gets for an hour delivering a platitude-laced speech about income inequality.
The putting of an elite, uber-educated liberal on the hot seat is from time-to-time is both instructive and good for the republic.
Ivy Leaguers (not all but many) tend to consider themselves superior, particularly Ivy Leaguers who go on to careers in government. And right now our government is awash in Ivy Leaguers.