On a forum I frequent, someone called Trump a bully, but the charge was just shrugged off by Trump supporters. It’s a disservice to make the charge without rounding it out so his supporters know why you feel the way you do.
He’s against freedom of religion, wanting to ban all Muslims from entering US.
He’s against freedom of the press. He wants the right to sue news media which he feels are unfair to him.
Trump’s proposals are revolutionary. He wants to Suspend parts of the freedom of press, so he can sue the media that he feels treats him unfair Kill terrorist’s families Suspend following the Geneva Convention Treat Americans differently based on their religion
Trump has three main threads as I see it. He stresses different notes at different times, always emphasizing that his skill, rather that details, will overcome obstacles that questioners pose
Paul Ryan, the newly elected speaker of the house, has agreed to use the majority of the majority, aka the Hastert rule, to decide which bills are brought to vote before the full House.
If you’re old enough and from Maryland, you’ll remember George Mahoney of “Your home is your castle” catch phrase. The Baltimore Catholic Review lists some important historical highlights this week, including this from 1966. The newspaper publishes “open letter” to George P. Mahoney, a Catholic candidate for governor who courted the anti-integration vote. It says…
“Whenever I am overwhelmed, I look for another ball to throw in the air.”
Here’s a quote of Ben Carson on his position with respect to a Muslim president. “I don’t care what a person’s religious beliefs are or what their religious heritage is. If they embrace American culture, if they embrace our constitution and are willing to place that above their religious beliefs, I have no problem with…
All public venues must declare whether they will honor requests from gays. Each business will adjust to the inherent demand for their services.
A scientist weaves theories from facts. A conspiracy theorist weaves theories from the absence of facts.