Foul times

There are relationships that don’t last as long as the last two minutes of a close college basketball game.


Kevin Durant is blaming his knee injury for Brooklyn Nets’ problems this year “There wasn’t a lot of continuity with me and Kyrie out of the lineup.” Gosh, if Irving only had had a “shot” at playing.

Sad and hard to believe it was 54 years ago tonight, April 4, 1968 that MLK Jr. was shot in Memphis. And it was even reported as I remember (I was 9) on the CBS News with Walter Cronkite. Back when “Breaking News” was actual breaking news.

Lisa Murkowski, up for re-election, will vote “yes” for Ketanji Brown Jackson. She said decision partly rests “on my rejection of corrosive politicization of review process for Supreme Court nominees.” Well, if Lisa wants to become an independent, I for one would welcome her.

And Sinema and Manchin are no drama “Yes” votes for Ketanji Brown Jackson. Nice change, isn’t it?

If only GOP Senators who are so outraged over Putin’s war crimes were half as outraged when Velveeta Voldemort tried to extort Ukraine for political gain.


Chuck Schumer reminding Americans today that Exxon and other oil companies are reporting record profits and stock buybacks. For all that media loves to report on high prices, why aren’t they headlining THIS story?


Marsha Blackburn is soft-spoken and looks like a former homecoming queen. But the more I listen to her, the more I think “Ted Cruz in a skirt.”

Sen. Alex Padilla made it to Senate Judiciary Committee, about 6 1/2 hours late after his redeye flight was delayed due to weather & medical emergency for another passenger. He had taken the last flight of the night from Los Angeles.

Now, it worked out and he was able to vote for send Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination out of committee. But travel agent PSA – if CRITICAL you be somewhere for wedding, meeting, SCOTUS confirmation…., consider flying in day before.

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