With all due respect to one and all, the continuing hokum, hooey and twaddle surrounding an alleged victim of misconduct is still developing into hogwash first class.
President Donald Trump recently made a huge misstatement on Twitter about Puerto Rico. The suggestion that 3,000 estimated deaths “didn’t happen” is ludicrous. Of course, more people died than the number at the time of his post-hurricane visit.
Character assassination is distinctly the order of the day. This is not to be accepted for the good of the country. It is alive and well.
It's that time of year again, fellow citizens. The time of year when local Republican candidates, and local Republican leadership, issue gripes and complaints about the Frederick County Teachers Association’s Apple Ballot, those candidates recommended by that group in an effort to garner your vote.
With all good intentions, the plan for today’s good news is to seek Heavenly intercessions to stop Hurricane Florence in her tracks, leaving the Atlantic coast free from disaster.
Born, baptized and educated within it, I was a member for years. For most of my elementary school years, I had to ignore some things about the semi-cloistered nuns who taught in our school.
The foolishness so prevalent today in the news business and among the civilians has reached disgraceful proportions. Incredibly, laughing at some of the imbeciles is appropriate even though sad.