Nearly $80 to fill my relatively small car up over the weekend, and the local grocery is keeping the baby formula in the same locked cabinet where the large bottles of expensive booze are.
And yet, Donald Trump is somewhere in the nyekulturny to deranged spectrum enough to be able to fail to convert with that correlation of forces.
My relatively orthodox Republican Milwaukee talkers are through with him. On the other hand, I caught a snippet of an interview out of Iowa, where Kristi Noem still views the nomination as Trump’s, should he seek it.
That’s not the most bizarre news, though. How does UCLA and USC bringing their sports to the Big Ten sound?
No fuel, no formula, now no peanut butter. It doesn’t take Donald or Kristi to have some fun with all that sacrificing being necessary for the maintenance of the rules-based international order. The correlation of forces is even more favorable to non-Trumpy populists.
Stephen: But Americans are a very sacrificing people. Perfectly willing to sacrifice 20 children at Sandy Hook and now a group of policemen in Kentucky and of course every depressed man in Wyoming to the gun. Our politicians should be able to harness all that sacrificial energy to an additional end.