Here are the comments I sent to CNN earlier this week:
Dear CNN News Producers:
(I know you won’t pay attention to this, but I’ll say it anyway.)
Please, please, PLEASE STOP all coverage of Donald Trump “controversies.”
We know his M.O. We’ve seen enough … Read More
Paul Ryan missed his moment, a seminal moment, a “come-to-Jesus” moment. It could’ve been a Reagan moment: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”
As the leader of the House and his party, Ryan should’ve called Trump out, by name, as a misogynist, bully, … Read More
Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart once said, “Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do.”
When it comes to considering President Obama’s selection of Judge Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court, Senate Republicans are … Read More
Last month, I wrote that SP4 Dennis Haines (Ret.) was one of approximately 174,000 Viet Nam vets who had contracted Hepatitis C through tainted blood. However, due to the extreme cost of the drug, Sofosbuvir, only about 15 percent have been treated thus far.
Dennis … Read More
President Obama signs S.614, July 1, 2009. The bill awards a Congressional Gold Medal to Women Airforce Service Pilots. The WASP program was established during World War II, and from 1942 to 1943, more than a thousand women joined, flying sixty million miles of … Read More
With the shameful shenanigans demonstrated by all the name-calling, four-letter words, and rally violence by certain presidential candidates, you can only imagine what grade-schoolers think. That’s just what CBS News correspondent Chip Reid wanted to know.
Reid sat down with five 5th graders, Max, Ella, … Read More
The Fortune Cookie is a desperately funny Billy Wilder film about an equally desperate con man by the name of “whiplash” Willy, a lawyer (brilliantly played by Walter Matthau), and his schnook brother-in-law, (the equally brilliant Jack Lemmon).
Lemmon is a TV cameraman who is … Read More