cur-mud-geon: anyone who hates hypocrisy and pretense and has the temerity to say so; anyone with the habit of pointing out unpleasant facts in an engaging and humorous manner
There are very obvious disconnects between intelligent life and human actions, and those rear their ugly heads when we take a look at the ‘stupid human tricks’ as performed by members of our species.
The National Review has taken its position on the candidacy of Donald Trump and has published the thoughts of many conservatives on its website.
I am reading the new Edward Klein book titled ‘Unlikeable – The Problem With Hillary Clinton’. I am not a fan of Hillary Clinton as most of you might be able to discern. I am, however, almost feeling a little sorry for Hillary and I am only on page 61 of 271.
Hillary Clinton’s problems, or what should qualify as problems for her, seem to multiply on a regular basis. We now learn that many of the e-mails she should not have had on her personal server were beyond Top Secret clearance items. This batch, of several hundred items, falls into the realm of what is known as Special Access Programs. This is the world of rarified air so far as secret documents and secret information and surpasses the value assigned to simple Top Secret documents or information. And we thought Top Secret was where it ended.