One of my favorite movies from the 1980s is “Moscow on the Hudson.” Robin Williams is a Russian musician playing saxophone in a traveling circus when he defects while in New York City.
President Trump is going to survive.
We Historically Have Underpaid All Our Educator
It was 1924 when young F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote the short story “The Rich Boy”: “Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me.” The Roaring 20s were swinging, booze flowed, wealthy free spirits danced the night away, and Scott and wife Zelda were the poster kids.
As the fog of Donald Trump obscures our political visibility, there are issues much more important than whether the president called Ukraine to obtain campaign dirt on Joe Biden.
The temperature may now reliably be less than 90 degrees, the longleaf pines are shedding their brown needles in fall’s breeze, and college football’s marquee matches are piling up. For me, that signals that election season is in full throttle.
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