Sunday Reads: Sunday Supper Open Thread



Dicks and assholes…it’s whats for dinner.


This is is an open thread.

11 Comments on “Sunday Reads: Sunday Supper Open Thread”

  1. roofingbird says:

    You’ve got ads showing on your site again. The Coast Guard blurb is bigger than your page header, and the following Sears, or pop ups take up a quarter of the page. Darn WordPress!

    • quixote says:

      All that targeting the algorithms are supposed to do, and they put Coast Guard ads on Skydancing?

      You read about Facebook throwing the election to Dump, and there’s good reason to be terrified. And then you read something like this, and all I can think is my toaster is likelier to take over the world.

    • dakinikat says:

      I’m gonna have to call up and see what the deal is tomorrow, I guess.

  2. dakinikat says:

  3. NW Luna says:

    Mulvaney says Democrats will ‘never’ see Trump’s tax returns

    Federal law gives certain congressional committees the ability to ask the IRS for access to individual tax returns. If the treasury secretary refuses, Democrats can seek to force the release via the courts. Rep. Daniel Kildee (D-Mich.), a member of the Ways and Means Committee, said on ABC’s “This Week,” that Trump doesn’t get to decide what “this coequal branch of government” does with its authority.

    the current statute allows congressional committees to make the request for an individual’s tax returns, “the fact that the president doesn’t want to turn them over is, by itself, legally irrelevant.”

    it also would be difficult for Trump to argue that he’s being singled out when every other president and major-party nominee in the past four decades has allowed their tax documents to be made public.

  4. NW Luna says:

    • bostonboomer says:

      I hope other states do the same. Is Nebraska still going with the caucus vote?