A Clinton spokesman states “She can stay dark for five straight days and let Trump trip all over himself”, which Glenn gladly repeats. The only trouble with this is that Trump has not been making as many “newsworthy” comments lately, which could bode badly for Glenn’s desire to see Trump lose the presidency, in favor of his (supposed) favorite, Hillary Clinton. Hard to believe.
 August 19, 2016 at 10:51am
I would suggest “living non-animal or plant organism”, although that might offend the non-living. Dang, it’s really hard being non-offensive!!!
 August 19, 2016 at 10:49am
If someone accidentally gets upset and yells the phrase “Oh, MAN!!!” will they be expelled, or have to go through microaggression training? In Spanish, nouns ending in “o” typically refer to the male of the noun, so should they really use “actor”, “ancestor” or “director”? This may offend their Spanish speaking students. I would recommend “human who acts”, “prior living relative of human being” and “human being who directs”, although the last one could be considered offensive since it implies one person (oops, I mean human being, the word “human” not meant to infer that animals or plants are lower in stature, of course) is better than another. Hummm, for director, perhaps “human who for no particular offensive reason has been given the job of overseeing the functions of other humans”. I think that works. Man, I hope this helps! DANG!!! I mean Human being, I hope this helps.
What about those cultures that end most sentences with "man" or "do you hear what I'm sayin?" How about banning words that I find offensive. All references to sexes that don't f'n exist! All references to "identify as" be I don't give a sheet what anyone identifies as. All references to same sex bathrooms, transgender bathrooms. Unless the person has figured out how to exchange those Y or X chromosomes.
You can’t use human either. There are people who believe they are parrots and dragons.
“Bipedal” might work. Of course this might offend any handicapped, crud, I mean special needs creatures. Actually I've observed, most handicapped persons get offended less often than everyone else. It’s the fully functional (discounting questionably lacking brain activity) that worry about PC out of guilt.
 August 5, 2016 at 11:01am
She wouldn’t know the truth if it bit her in the ass.
Like he might accidently shoot himself in the back 4 or 5 times.
 August 3, 2016 at 4:10pm
““As the general election unfolds, it’s essential that whatever doubts linger about the candidates, these voters believe that The Times will give them the information they need to answer those questions,” Spayd concluded.” I expect the NYT to give readers what they want them to read, and that primarily includes anything negative about Trump and nothing but positive about Clinton. Journalism is dead at the NYT.
 August 2, 2016 at 3:48pm
How nice of the President to be so kind as to offer Republicans advice on their elected candidate. I’m sure he has the best interests of our party in mind when he offers this criticism. Hard not to take this seriously, given that Obama has had eight years of practice as a President with no experience. And it shows. Everything Obama touches is worse than it’s ever been. I can’t wait until he’s out of the White House and hopefully out of our lives for good.
 August 2, 2016 at 3:42pm
This should make Glenn very happy, and may be the first and only time he agrees with the President. I fear another Clinton presidency, and believe that if Clinton wins, that Glenn, among others will bear part of the blame for Trump’s loss. It could mean the end of his career, and I don’t think he would be upset about it.
 July 28, 2016 at 7:58am
He really wants to go there when his party’s nominee for President risked the very safety of our country by sending classified emails over an unsecured personal server? If ANYONE shouldn’t have access to classified information ever again, it’s Hillary Clinton. Please come quickly January 2017, when we can say goodbye and good riddance to the Obamas, the Clintons and their ilk.
 July 21, 2016 at 3:54pm
Matthews is just an embarrassing hack.
[-1] July 21, 2016 at 3:48pm
How is Hillary good for conservatism? Sort of like lesser of two evils. If anything, a Trump presidency could spawn a Constitution Party…
 July 21, 2016 at 3:46pm
They weren’t booing at the mention of the Constitution; they were booing Cruz because they knew he was implying that Trump is not a constitutionalist and that people shouldn’t vote for him.
Cruz never implied that. You know in your heart trump isn't a constitutionalist that's why you Trumplings are having a collective aneurysm about his remark.
@FedUp - Cruz calls'em like he sees'em. Sometimes, the truth hurts. Doesn't make it any less true.
Personally I think Cruz got a booing because he spoke the truth and people realize it, but wanted to hold on to their ignorant bliss. They wanted to kill the messenger because they know the message is true and they just couldn't handle it.
Newt explained it quite succinctly: Cruz, in his lawyerly, actor-wise, performance spake the truth about himself without actually having the brass to force it out of his lips (unlike that particle in that one debate) . . . he, himself, is not Constitutuinally eligible to be legally nominated to the office of president/VP of the United States of America, and all of those who are conscious (aware) of this reality should know what the best course of action for THIS country is.
I don't think it's Cruz's fault if your guy doesn't fit his description of a freedom loving Constitutionalist.
My rump us not a constitutionalist! Duh!
 July 21, 2016 at 3:44pm
Steve Hayes is not a Trump supporter either, so no surprise he would support Cruz’s actions last night. I love Cruz’s conservatism, but he lost me last night. Will be interesting to see who he blames in 2020 if he doesn’t get the nomination he is angling for. I read an interesting comment today on Twitter: someone pointed out that Cruz told everyone to “vote their conscience”. That’s what they did in the primaries, and Cruz lost. He needs to come to grips with that.
Why? It appears that Lindsey Graham is, but not everybody that doesn't want trump is going to vote for the other major party candidate just because that's been done for the last century. There was reason why the Whig party dissolved. The GOP is foundering and rudderless. They've had the last 8 years to decide to get their act together when voters handed them the House and Senate to put the brakes on Obama. We got nothing, so if they lose their base, they deserve it. It's possible the democrats are seeing the writing on the wall with their corrupt party too.
He was all along, Trump is bringing the Globalist Traitors out into the light for EVERY ONE TO SEE!
 June 8, 2016 at 10:57am
Apparently he isn’t on the same page as the President, who believes that Global Warming is the preeminent threat. I happen to believe Obama is the biggest threat to the country, followed by the spectre of a Hillary Clinton presidency, and third in line, the absolute idiocy of all the people in our country who apparently flunked history and think electing a Socialist would actually be a smart thing to do. God help us all.
June 6, 2016 at 3:18pm
Angry, sad people, without a reason to live…
 June 6, 2016 at 3:14pm
Too bad all the Republicans in Congress didn’t have the guts to speak up against Obama the way they are against Trump.