It's just a matter of time before Trump starts hawking English as the official language, but in the meantime he's doing everything he can to make Jeb crazy.
Kentucky clerk goes back to same federal judge for yet one more bite at the apple in delaying issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
It's obscured a bit by the utterly indefensible legal position of the Kentucky clerk refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, but Amanda Marcotte astutely observes how the episode reveals that mainstream conservatives have basically given up the fight on gay marriage.
The CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce says Trump was very conciliatory in a private meeting this week:
The Donald Trump that I met today and that I sat with today was very different from the Donald Trump that I saw in the media ... He was a gentleman. He listened much more than he spoke. He asked questions.
In case you've missed it, Caitlin MacNeal catches you up on the latest Fox News-driven meme: Black Lives Matter is a "hate group" inciting violence against police officers.
Obama secures enough Senate votes to overcome potential veto of Iran deal.
Denali gets its official name change but loses 10 feet off its summit elevation.
Really great piece on the Denali naming pseudo-controversy from the Alaska point of view. Give it a read.
Ed Kilgore on Ben Carson: "Carson’s distinguished life and his whole manner of presentation numbs the mind to his extremism—except to the initiated, who nod knowingly at every reference to Alinsky and 'political correctness.'"
Federal judge summons Kentucky county clerk AND her entire staff to explain why she should not face stiff fine or jail time for refusing the court's order to issue same-sex marriage licenses, with special video bonus of her refusing a license to a gay couple this morning after the Supreme Court declined to bail her out.
If you weren't following on Twitter, you missed James O'Keefe's big belly flop this morning in front of the DC political press. Really must read.
Same-sex couples ask judge to impose fine against recalcitrant Kentucky clerk still refusing to issue them marriage licenses, but stop short of asking for jail time.
The inevitable Jeb v. Trump action is heating up.
For his "Year of Mercy," Pope Francis announces special dispensation for women seeking to confess their abortions.