Random Wednesday Morning Thoughts

  • It was a tremendous service for W.B. Woodruff yesterday. A friend came up to me afterwards and told me after learning about W.B.'s history that he had never felt more inadequate in his life. I couldn't agree more. 
  • And I learned that one of W.B.'s sons is a tremendous guitar player (he didn't play cords, he can pick), and the other one could be a motivational speaker and/or stand up comedian. 
  • Trump's wheels off doctor said yesterday that (1) Trump dictated the letter about his health during the campaign, and (2) that his office was "raided" and Trump's records were seized. 
  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders stood in front of the the press corp yesterday and said that none of the questions the Special Council want to ask Trump (which are now public) concerned Russian collusion. That is a bold face lie.  
  • I'm going to say it for the millionth time: Watergate was a third rate burglary that got Nixon impeached. Tell you children to watch the news because history is coming.
  • Speaking of Crooks and Liars, the "Stay Woke" commentor always says I wrote that Trump would nuke North Korea. No I did not. I said that "I fear" he will launch a nuclear war. Words have meaning. 
  • Lisa Blue Baron lost the election for State Bar president in Texas. My faith in my colleagues has been restored. 
  • Stories like this are stunning. A prosecutor either was incompetent by (1) not knowing how to try a case or (2) indicting an innocent man. 
  • Wow. Just wow
  • Kanye West, Trump's new BFF, called slavery a choice on TMZ. (By the way, to the one Dennis Prager fan out there, he referred to him yesterday as "conYEE".)
  • Senate hopeful Beto O’Rourke wants to debate Ted Cruz in Spanish. That's a genius challenge since Cruz would never do it.