We return from a very long holiday weekend, and it’s almost the weekend again.
Mike Huckabee would prefer that Ted Cruz not steal his Kentucky thunder. After doing all the legwork, organizing a rally for recently freed, religiously objecting Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, Mike made sure that no other Presidential candidates muscled in on his territory — by any means necessary.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz backed Obama’s Iran deal, defying both common sense and her constituents. Fortunately, the latter possesses the former: Debbie’s already drawn a primary challenger, and he’s very well financed.
Not to be outdone by higher-priority despotic regimes currently stealing the foreign policy spotlight, North Korea appears to be restarting its nuclear program.
Yesterday afternoon, John Kerry, appointed an “Email Czar” to handle FOIA requests and “document preservation.” She’ll be in charge of handling all of your questions about Hillary’s basement email server. Which works out, since she’s also a maxed-out Hillary donor.
According to Vanity Fair, Taylor Swift is more powerful than any potential Presidential candidate, including but not limited to Kanye West.
Homeopathy conventions are a lot more fun than they look. A German “natural medicine” conference came to an abrupt end over the weekend when 30 attendees ingested a very powerful, LSD-like drug “by accident.”
Today at 5:30pm, Queen Elizabeth II will become the longest serving monarch in British history, and one of only four royals to serve more than 50 years in the top slot. It is only her second greatest accomplishment after putting up with Prince Philip for all these years.
Happy Wednesday, Spectators!
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