Those who know Spider Jerusalem already know this, and those who don’t know him could care less. Too many of you don’t know him.
Twenty years ago there was a new comic book out under one of DC’s fringe labels — yeah, Vertigo. “Transmetropolitan”. Warren Ellis, Darick Robertson. I stole their art. I don’t get paid for this; they can sue me. Either way: Read. It. Read it now. Go out and buy it and read it.
It was some serious brain-twisting, a mess, a work of paranoid comic genius that showed a horrifyingly plausible (more…)
Once upon a time, there was a candidate for president who was doing daily interviews and talk shows, doing his level best to get his message out and to snag any publicity he could manage. His numbers were rising after a long slump, and he’d just gotten some good press from an over-the-top (more…)
It’s been half a week since the Inauguration, and I for one am finding it hard to keep up. Eventually, I hope to post an ongoing log of executive actions, signed bills, and other notable events, but for right now it’s still one by one, dealing with the most important things first.
And this is pretty important.
So it looks like the DAPL review is going forward at speed, and Keystone XL is semi-authorized. That’s thanks to three executive actions yesterday. They are three distinct (more…)
I’ve long believed that a President-elect shouldn’t be held to the same standards as a sitting President. So when I tell you that Mr. Trump’s recent Twitter activity is lauding the efforts of a bunch of bikers who want to ride in and build a “wall of muscle” to protect the Inauguration, please understand that this is not a criticism of Mr. Trump’s decorum. That starts Saturday.
Instead, I’d like to talk briefly about the different protests and counter-protests that we should expect both in the nation’s capitol and across the (more…)