i accidentally deleted my entire email inbox, the best feeling in the world
— Matt Levine (@matt_levine) July 17, 2019
Mike Pence stormed out of the Colts game because players kneeled. Stormed!
But seeing kids behind bars, desperate men chanting “no showers”— for that he calmly stuck around and told us how well the prisoners were treated.
— Bryan Behar (@bryanbehar) July 14, 2019
This is not about “love for America.” But if it were? I’d say this: John McCain loved America. John Lewis loves America. Barry Goldwater and George McGovern loved America. Madeleine Albright and Condoleezza Rice love America. Donald Trump doesn’t love America. He loves himself. https://t.co/N0dWj3VnQn
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) July 15, 2019
The three stages of career development:
1. I can’t wait until I’m important enough to be included in meetings.
2. I feel so important being in these meetings!
3. I will do anything legal and several illegal things to avoid these meetings.
— Michael Carusi (@MichaelCarusi) July 11, 2019
But for now, this U.S. performance stands alone in women’s soccer history. The Americans found a way to pass every test. As their star captain Rapinoe put it Sunday: “I think that there’s no team that is more battle-tested in knockout stages, in pulling crazy shit out of wherever you need to pull it out of, to move onto the next stage. That’s kind of what this team is all about.”