To mark how casually humans can change time on a timely schedule, the theme for this weekend's music thread is of course, time. Seconds, hours, years, yesterday, today and tomorrow, if you've got the time, we've got the music!
Trump has a fundamental disrespect for the American government. The "phony" Constitution, he said. He reeks of it: a cheap gangster who hates everything that we stand for. It's the most obvious salient about Trump. He hates the United States of America.
Brexiters have their own MAGA. They want the "Five Hundred Year Myth," of England; harking back to an entirely self-sufficient England that ruled the world - which never existed.
If we let members of Congress blatantly ignore the law, then Law is dead. They can just put on a red hat and they can do anything no matter how illegal it is.
A totally political judiciary is the same as no judiciary at all. This is a principle goal of the mafia, to destroy the rule of law. With the United States Congress and Supreme Court having become wholly-owned subsidiaries of Trump Enterprises, that just leaves one branch, on a rotten tree.
Black Americans, joined by Americans of all races, are standing up to power and not afraid to question the status quo. So this weekend's music thread is about questioning, songs that ask who, what, why, how or where.
A real man stands up to his adversaries; he makes them eat their words. Be a real man and do the best testing, the best contract tracing, and slow down/contain the deaths in the best way possible, that only you can do. Show them that you are the only one who can fix it; stand up and fix it.
Between the Democratic primary polls, the stock market and the Coronoavirus, we're being inundated with all kinds of numbers. So the theme of this weekend's music thread is taking a break from worrying about numbers and instead...
For a Senator to defy the Constitution, and stand in open defiance of it because he worships a freakish would-be dictator, is beyond outrage, and cannot be tolerated.
In an interview clip shown on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends,” Perry told Ed Henry that the president was “the chosen one” sent by God to rule over America. The former Texas governor and Republican presidential rival of Trump used Old Testament kings to make his point.