- What you missed on Sunday Kos …
- If Trump really cared about Jews, he’d resign and just go away, by Ian Reifowitz
- Why are Trump’s political donors so ashamed to be publicly known, by Laurence Lewis
- D.C. media’s dirty little secret: It has no idea what’s happening inside Trump’s White House, by Eric Boehlert
- 1619. The 400th anniversary of the real founding of America, by Denise Oliver Velez
- When will the media finally admit that the Trump economy hasn’t been so ‘great,’ by Sher Watts Spooner
- Trump and his cohorts just don’t understand what America truly is, Frank Vyan Walton
- The only response anyone should ever give to the question: ‘How do we pay for it,’ by David Akadjian
- All white men who own property and have a certain level of income are created equal, by Mark E Andersen
- The Republican Party is laying the foundation for minority rule, by Egberto Willies
Speaking to reporters as he returned to Washington from a weekend in New Jersey, Mr. Trump dispelled questions on whether he might consider replacing Mr. Pence on the ticket.
“I’m very happy with Mike Pence — I think Mike Pence has been an outstanding VP,” the president said. “I think that he’s been incredible in terms of the love that a lot of people [have], especially if you look at the Evangelicals and so many others. They really have a great respect for our vice president, and so do I.”
Florida’s iconic palm trees are under attack from a fatal disease that turns them to dried crisps in months, with no chance for recovery once they become ill.
Spread by a rice-sized, plant-hopping insect, lethal bronzing has gone from a small infestation on Florida’s Gulf Coast to a nearly statewide problem in just over a decade. Tens of thousands of palm trees have died from the bacterial disease, and the pace of its spread is increasing, adding to environmental woes of a state already struggling to save its other arboreal icon, citrus trees, from two other diseases.
As public health and regulatory officials continue to investigate a suspected link between pig ear pet treats and human cases of salmonella, a third voluntary recall of the popular dog treat has been issued.
Dog Goods USA LLC, of Tobyhanna, Penn., is recalling its Chef Toby Pig Ears Treats because of a “possible salmonella health risk,” according to the recall notice posted on the Food and Drug Administration website.
- If you haven’t watched Randy Rainbow, you haven’t lived:
On today’s Kagro in the Morning show: Upheaval at KITM World HQ, so enjoy our 8/21/18 episode: Papadopoulos sentencing looms. Someone found Steve Scalise’s baggage! Anti-Antifa trolls trolled. German study finds increase in hate crimes correlates with increase in Facebook usage. Hmm!