Mar. 31, 2018
Mar. 30, 2018
Nuclear annihilation would at least save us from more of this.
A Washinton Post investigation story that will probaby be covered on one or more of the MSNBC shows tonight:
Behind the chaos: Office that vets Trump appointees plagued by inexperience
You don't have to belong to Twitter to read it. Here's a fun Twitter site:
Here's the most a Tweet about Hope Hicks which has gone viral, and made it into a HuffPost article:
Advisory: The host of this website, Google Blogger, has been misbehaving and I have been having difficulty logging in so I can update it. If you find that it is out of date, i.e., not updated every morning, one of two things is possible.
Either I am working on fixing the problem or have given up and taken it as a sign I need to find something else to do in order to fritter away some my time early in the morning. If the later, I still intend to post frequently on Daily Kos where you can keep up with my original writing here.
I have tried to use halbrown.org to share a few articles and information I have culled from numerous other sources which I found interesting in my morning perusal of new news online and whatever is being covered on MSNBC. I often add excerpts so readers can decide if they want to read the entire article. Typically I review The New York Times and The Washington Post which require subscriptions if you want to read more than 10 articles a month.
I review the following:
The best and biggest original article and an aggregate liberal website is HUFFPOST.
Less popular, AlterNet has both original articles and links to other website articles. Progressive radio host Thom Hartmann recently started publishing there.
RawStory is mostly an aggregate site but leans towards the gossipy.
Serious sites are Buzzfeed, Politico, Axios, Daily Beast, Salon, Slate, The Hill, and Think Progress.
Daily Kos is an unusual website because it has a stable of staff writers and hundreds of regular non-staff writers who can publish anything there. Readers often comment on articles and one piece I wrote had about 500 comments. Typically there are far less. For example, these are my most recent articles with the number of comments in the first column.