Oh Lordy, there are tapes.
They have at least one conversation between Cohen and “The White House” (as it was termed).
Oh, and Giuliani compared the FBI to “Nazi Stormtroppers” at least twice, because that is of course something you fucking do nowadays if you are under investigation by the FBI.
NBC just corrected the wiretap story, claiming that it was only a “pen register,” AKA a request for phone call logs, but no listening in on the conversations.
Dammit, I stupidly allowed a fleeting moment of hope.
Spoiler alert for the new John Mulaney special
I feel like McCain was the best person the Republican party has ran. Ever.
I watched that yesterday, and the Trump/Horse Loose in Hospital bit is the best Trump material I’ve seen on any standup special since the election.
Are you familiar with his voting history, that he was one of the Keating Five, etc.?
I hope you’re limiting yourself to post-Southern Strategy Republicans, otherwise you have some history to brush up on.
I highly recommend reading the Tweets in that article.
EDIT: Here’s the whole Twitter thread. It’s beautiful.
Well the Missouri Governor is resigning. Hasn’t happened since the civil war.
It’s a bit more subtle than that.
The court didn’t rule that the baker could discriminate against the gay couple. Instead, it ruled that since the anti-discrimination commission showed anti-religious bias in making their determination of discrimination, the baker didn’t get a fair hearing and as such, the discrimination case had to be thrown out.
In their decision, however, they said that states do have the right to protect gay couples from discrimination, so long as the process is religiously neutral; i.e. the process can’t show any pro or anti-religion biases.
It seems that most media outlets aren’t getting the nuances of the Supreme Court’s decision in the cake baker case. In effect, the Supreme Court is basically calling for a “do-over” of the Colorado decision.
I think it’s a side effect of our current “TL;DR” culture.
SCOTUSblog had a pretty good write-up of it, if I remember correctly, and this was during their liveblogging of the decision. I haven’t seen if they have a more detailed write-up yet.
Jennifer Rubin, in the Washington Post, has a pretty good summary. But I agree that looking at the “mainstream” articles, the reader would get the impression that the cake baker “won.”