Putting aside for a moment the state of ruin in the Trump White House, I'm seeing nothing but chaos coming from Democrats. Granted, it takes a while to recover from a disaster, and it is especially discouraging when the disaster is of your own making, like burning down the house because you left something unattended on the stove.
There are not enough tear gas canisters or bullets in Venezuela to sustain the regime of dictator Nicolas Maduro, which is so cash-strapped it can't even import food. And although his Cuban and Russian masters are willing to see hungry Venezuelans beaten into submission, the international community is not.
Kudos to the Bradenton Herald. Its blockbuster revelation on July 17 of a 93-year-old monumental tribute (literally) to the brutal system of chattel slavery on the grounds of the Manatee County Historic Courthouse should evoke demands for the monument's immediate removal.
GOP leaders need to step up to the plate and demand that Donald Trump fully disclose all of his tax returns and fully divest himself of all of his business interests, otherwise they will be equally guilty of subverting our conflict-of-interest laws and ethical norms.