“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Arguably these are even worse times than the mid-19th century, when Charles Dickens wrote his “Tale of Two Cities.”
History is usually airbrushed to remove a figure who has fallen out of favor with a dictatorship, or to hide away an episode of national shame.
Others who were fortunate enough to experience John McCain, as I was, have offered their tributes to him, many more eloquently than I ever could.
The Battle of Michigan Avenue is finally over, and it was won by the protesters.
John Brennan may not know it, but he is acting in a drama scripted and produced by Donald J. Trump.