Midday open thread: Invasion called off, Pravda on the Potomac, and a sore loser
Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is Super fun pack comix, feat. The year Christmas was cancelled and more:
— JoeMyGod (@JoeMyGod) November 8, 2018
Perhaps they should all boycott Pravda on the Potomac?
Reporters from many news organizations have expressed support for CNN’s Jim Acosta after the White House revoked his press pass.
Hours after losing his bid for re-election, a Harris County, Texas judge released almost all the youthful defendants who appeared in front of him, apparently saying it was what voters wanted. […]
“‘If I release you, are you going to go out and kill anybody?’” Halpert quoted Devlin as saying to his client and others.
After responding they wouldn’t, Devlin said ‘OK, you’re released,’” Halpert said.
It’s probably too late to send flowers:
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On today’s Kagro in the Morning show: We are once again under the cloud of a mass shooting, but still tracking election results with Greg Dworkin, because it’s all routine, now. More races flip blue, so the Gop is headed to court, as usual. Trump’s choice to replace Sessions is pretty sketchy.