It’s been reported that Women’s March is being mocked because their prewritten press release stated that they opposed President Trump’s nominee “XX” for the Supreme Court.
Meh. They would have opposed any of the XYs on the President’s list of potential candidates as well.
… reacted in the expected way to President Trump’s nomination of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. This was typical—
And this shows how over-the-top the Left’s reaction is —
Judge Loretta Preska of the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has ruled that because the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutionally structured, the agency lacks authority to bring an enforcement action pending before that court.
This will be interesting.
Over at Hot Air, Jazz Shaw reports that the National Institutes of Health is spending money to find out if lesbians are using proper birth control.
The 21st century is turning out to be far more confusing than I’d ever imagined.
Read the whole thing.
Richard Fernandez has a post over at PJ Media taking a look a what could be the beginnings of a new cold war.
Without fanfare elements of a new cold war are being put into place by the Trump administration, the European Union and China. Although the disconnected components separately make headlines, the underlying pattern is evident despite the carnival-like distractions of the Mueller investigation and the reluctance to declare the old order dead.
The generation that ran the world in 1914 sent their sons to die in what came to be called “The Great War,” and then they mismanaged the peace. In 1939, the generation that fought The Great War sent their sons to World War II. The lessons they had learned didn’t keep us out of another war, but the resulting Cold War was in most ways less brutal than WWII.
The West won the Cold War, but our leaders have mismanaged the Cold Peace. Now, a new generation may be facing Cold War II. If we’re lucky.