Daily Archives: May 3, 2017

Frank Sinatra: “I Should Care” (1945)

“I Should Care” was written by Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston and Sammy Cahn and published in 1944. It counts as a jazz standard and has been recorded by many artists. The entry at the Jazz Standards website says this: Bob … Continue reading

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Ben Carson, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, thinks people choose to stay in a homeless shelter as a lifestyle choice. Beyond stupid

Carson: Shelters should not be a “comfortable setting that would make somebody want to say” https://t.co/A6H3C38yI9 pic.twitter.com/mITUDpkvPr — The Hill (@thehill) May 3, 2017

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CNN panel blows up over Kimmel remarks. Way to be a jerk, Matt Lewis

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FBI Director Comey says it makes him “mildly nauseous to think we had an impact on the election.” Really?

FBI Director James B. Comey is still defending his decision to “announce last October that the bureau had reopened its investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private email server” and effectively hand the election and country over to Donald … Continue reading

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HRC to launch new PAC

It may not be a very popular position these days, but I’m a big fan of Hillary Clinton. Politics sucks. It’s about compromises and alliances and the art of the possible and any other cliche you might mention. It’s about … Continue reading

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The New Yorker’s Evan Osnos and the 25th Amendment

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Is it possible America has elected a president who is not mentally competent?

It seems lately that a lot of people are starting to seriously question Trump’s sanity, and not in a childish name-calling sort of way. This week we are starting to hear smart, serious people wonder, with not a little fear … Continue reading

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Morning Headlines

ABC News: ‘This is not a rubber-stamp party,’ Pelosi says about Democrats and abortion New York Times: G.O.P. scrambles as a crucial voice shuns the latest health bill Politico: No good GOP options if Obamacare repeal fails The Hill: FBI Director … Continue reading

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