Gone are the days when the losers went home after an election, to nurse their wounds, catalog their mistakes, and get ready for another round. Now an election is never over, and special prosecutors and their regiments of lawyers, egged on by the media, continue the campaign by “other means.”
Only the hard-hearted would slam the door against a refugee. Their stories are heart-breaking and their courage in seeking a better life in a new home is remarkable. Nevertheless, refugees in uncontrolled number are a headache for everyone. Germany, held up as a nation with a big heart, is learning the cost of Angela Merkel’s big heart. More than a million refugees have arrived since 2015.
Newspaper reporters aren’t expected to be purer than Caesar’s wife (not even the wife of a Julius Caesar passing as Donald Trump), but a reporter who doesn’t measure up to his newspaper’s established ethical standards can expect to pay for it.
Congressional Democrats love to spend money on solar power and infrastructure projects, and President Trump has given them something to think about — using the sun to power and pay for his border wall.
The morning after an election is always a time for poring over the entrails of the campaign, and Wednesday the Democrats spent the whole day trying to figure out how they could spend $25 million on a special election in Georgia, and still lose.